I Have a Deviated Septum. Can Rhinoplasty or Septoplasty Correct...
If you’ve been told you have a deviated septum, you may be looking for ways to improve your ability to breathe. Many patients don’t know where to start. Come see Dr. Sajjadian for personalized advice from a triple-board-certified surgeon with... Read More
Am I a Good Candidate for Buccal Fat Removal?
Do you have a “chipmunk” face? Chubby cheeks? A baby face? If so, buccal fat removal might be the solution. This surgical procedure removes some appropriate amount of the buccal fat pad (an encapsulated collection of fat cells inside of... Read More
Dr. Sajjadian’s Guide to Rhinoplasty
Dr. Sajjadian has recently created this Guide to Rhinoplasty to assist anyone researching Rhinoplasty including ethnic rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty, and non-invasive nasal correction. To download the guide and learn more about Rhinoplasty before your consultation or procedure, click here or the... Read More
Is Rhinoplasty Permanent or Is Revision Often Necessary?
Rhinoplasty is a permanent surgical procedure to alter the look or function of your nose. Unfortunately, sometimes the procedure may require revision as the healing process determines the outcome of the surgery. This can leave some patients unsatisfied with their... Read More
What Is Recovery Like After Buccal Fat Removal?
If you have a classic baby face or overly round cheeks, buccal fat removal may be the solution. This surgery removes the fat pad located in buccal space (just to the side of the mouth) for a more chiseled and... Read More
What Is Buccal Fat Removal?
Do you have “chipmunk cheeks”? Some people have excess fat in their cheeks, causing the appearance of chubby cheeks. The solution is simple: buccal fat removal. This procedure removes some amount of the buccal fat pads located in the cheek... Read More