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How Young Is Too Young for Rhinoplasty?

  When you hate your nose, waiting for rhinoplasty can feel like torture. This is true at any age, but our teenage patients are especially anxious and excited for surgery day. Many have endured teasing about their nasal appearance or spent years with a nose that doesn’t quite fit their expectations. In adulthood, rhinoplasty can… Read More >>

Important Topics to Cover at Your Rhinoplasty Consultation

Choosing a rhinoplasty surgeon is no easy task, but you do have an important tool available to help you find the right fit, your plastic surgery consultation. A consultation gives prospective patients an opportunity to test drive plastic surgery practices and get one-on-one time with potential surgeons. If you’re thinking about rhinoplasty in Southern California,… Read More >>

What Makes Hispanic Rhinoplasty Unique?

We live in a diverse culture. We are a gumbo of humanity which offers distinct heritages, races, and customs, and different backgrounds and cultures can unite to form an exceptional community which offers something unique for everyone. Dr. Sajjadian’s knowledge and expertise in ethnic rhinoplasty will do just that. Latino or Hispanic refers to people… Read More >>

Open vs. Closed Rhinoplasty

If the definition of beauty is subjective then the definition of a “perfect profile” is even more subjective.   Some celebrities, such as Angelica Houston, Barbara Streisand and Jessica Sarah Parker have made their prominent noses their signature feature. These three ladies are considered women of style, fashion and beauty. Other celebrities have tapered their noses… Read More >>

Dr. Sajjadian Attends the Global Masters Aesthetic Symposium

Our very own rhinoplasty heavyweight, Dr. Ali Sajjadian, recently returned from Tehran, Iran, where he had the honor or speaking on a variety of panels, in which he discussed the latest techniques and advances on all things rhinoplasty. About the Global Masters Aesthetic Symposium Sponsored by the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS), the… Read More >>

Superior Rhinoplasty Outcomes with Precise Nasal Osteotomy

During rhinoplasty, there are several techniques to cosmetically perfect the nose and improve breathing.  The nose is mostly bone and cartilage.  The top of the nose just below the brow (bony vault) is composed of bone and the lower part of the nose is composed of cartilage.  There are times when the nasal bones are broken… Read More >>

Ethnic Rhinoplasty is Not About Hiding Your Heritage

In aesthetic medicine, we often discuss ethnic rhinoplasty gone wrong, with patients overdoing it by getting a nose which does not fit their face. Let’s face it; we are born with a certain appearance and the best way to improve it is to avoid altering its genetic heritage, but rather embrace and enhance it. We… Read More >>

Types of Rhinoplasty

Not every rhinoplasty procedure is the same for each patient. Dr. Sajjadian carefully takes into consideration the patient’s history and desired outcomes to determine which type of rhinoplasty is right for them. Dr. Sajjadian created this infographic that contains the different types of rhinoplasty such as non-invasive, revision, ethnic, and nasal obstruction correction. To find out which rhinoplasty… Read More >>