Persian (Iranian) rhinoplasty is a very common type of Middle Eastern cosmetic nose surgery performed in my practice. Their Western counterparts are not much different, and seek rhinoplasty with the same level of vigor. No official statistics exist, but a leading surgeon says the 100 or so nose specialists in Iran perform 35,000 procedures per year. Thus, Dr. Azizzadeh understands what it takes to help a patient maintain the integrity of the nasal function and provide the best possible aesthetic outcome after an ethnic rhinoplasty procedure.
Eastern Iran is dominated by a high plateau, with large salt flats and vast sand deserts. The spike in inflation experienced by Iranians in recent months has compounded the already high price of such surgery. In addition to esthetic functions rhinoplasty can help restore normal breathing by removing the defect of the nasal septum.
Iran had one of the highest rates of rhinoplasty worldwide in 2013, just behind Brazil, Mexico and the United States, according to a survey by the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. On occasion an additional, refining surgery may be necessary to optimize the Rhinoplasty result.
So after the wave of rhinoplasty operations, now Iran has to deal with the sunami of post-surgery complications than can be a health and ethical issue that should be considered by authorities in Iran’s Medical Council. It may sound like a meaningless statistic, but the intersection of culture , sexuality, and the interpretation and practice of Islam in Iran through rhinoplasty may explain more of present-day Iranian society than the Ayatollah Khamenei.
Surgery can be conducted if there is no other form of treatment that will be less harmful and invasive for the body. Many rhinoplasty patients concern themselves about this incision because, after all, no one really wants to have visible scarring. A realistic approach to any plastic surgery is to seek improvements rather than perfection.
Due to the unique structure and appearance of your nose, in rhinoplasty perhaps more than any other aesthetic operation, the rhinoplasty in mashhad individuality of your nasal structures and their relationship to the other facial features must be recognized and respected.
When considering Rhinoplasty surgery (a Nose Job), it is invaluable for the patient and Dr. Noursadeghi to develop a decisive concept of the desired changes to the nose. Rhinoplasty tip of the nose by the closed method is even more unpredictable, we can not influence on the shape and angle of the alar cartilage, on the length of the medial or lateral cartilage.
Dr. Saman is European’s leading Closed Structured (scarless) Rhinoplasty Specialist Surgeon. I chose to fly from Sweden to Iran, to Tehran because I’ve researched and it’s not a secret that Iran is the Las Vegas of rhinoplastic surgery. At present, the cost of an average nose surgery in Iran is 50-100m rials (about £1,100-£2,200), a tummy tuck can be had for 30-70m rials, a facelift runs to 30-60m rials, and a complete forehead lift can cost as much as 150m rials.
In most Persian (Iranian) rhinoplasty patients, the skin thickness is a very important consideration, particularly when dealing with planned tip reshaping. This drooping is even more noted when she smiles as can be readily seen in her preoperative rhinoplasty photo series.
It is almost as convenient as receiving the operation in your home country, yet with the added benefit of high-quality Iranian surgical standards specially rhinoplasty. With a cultural emphasis on education and perfection, most of these surgeons have super-specialized in the cosmetic and specially in Rhinoplasty field.