Kofi Boahene, M.D.
With a wide variety of skin colors and facial features, America is the world's largest melting pot. People of color have different needs when considering plastic surgery, including:
- Facial features
- Different standards of beauty
Dr. Kofi Boahene heads the ethnic cosmetic surgery program and is board-certified in both cosmetic surgery and otolaryngology. Reshaping the ethnic nose requires sensitivity to individual ethnic features and accepted norms. At our Center, we have vast experience and work with patients to achieve their aesthetic rhinoplasty goals.
Learn more about our areas of specialty, including:
Watch: Patient Seminar on Ethnic Sensitive Facial Rejuvenation and Rhinoplasty
Skin care and cosmetic concerns differ among ethnic groups. At this educational seminar on ethnic sensitive facial rejuvenation and rhinoplasty, Dr. Boahene discusses the effects of aging on the skin and presents specific surgical and non-surgical options to keep your skin youthful and healthy while being sensitive to one’s unique features.
Ethnic Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Kofi Boahene answers questions about ethnic facial plastic surgery. He discusses facial scarring, rhinoplasty, jaw contouring and how to choose a facial plastic surgeon.
Request an Appointment
To request an appointment with Dr. Boahene at his office locations at the Johns Hopkins Center for Facial Plastic Surgery at Green Spring Station in Lutherville or Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center in Baltimore, please call 877-546-4530.