It’s okay to bargain shop for laundry detergent or shoes, but when it comes to rhinoplasty, you don’t want to pinch pennies. This is especially true for non-Caucasian patients considering ethnic rhinoplasty. If you’re looking for a Middle Eastern rhinoplasty surgeon, look for skill first and then worry about price. You’ll avoid a lot of disappointment, heartache, and revision surgery by choosing the right plastic surgeon the first time. Dr. Sajjadian is a top choice for Middle Eastern rhinoplasty in Southern California.
What Is the Price Range for a Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty?
The cost of your Middle Eastern rhinoplasty will vary substantially depending on the complexity of your surgery and the skill of your surgeon. Dr. Sajjadian is triple board certified and one of the area’s best rhinoplasty surgeons. His rhinoplasty surgeries range from about $6,000 to more than $15,000. Revision rhinoplasty can cost even more. More complex procedures typically take longer in the operating room and are more expensive.
Middle Eastern rhinoplasties often require the use of advanced surgical techniques including cartilage grafting, tip reshaping, septoplasty, nasal obstruction correction, and more. These techniques require a highly skilled surgeon to avoid complications.
During your consultation we’ll discuss the price of your rhinoplasty in detail. We’ll explain the cost of surgery, the use of the operating room, fees, supplies, etc. You’ll have a very good idea of what you’ll need to pay and when after you meet with us. We can also discuss financing and payment options.
Saving Money on Your Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty
We know that plastic surgery can be expensive, but this isn’t somewhere where you want to cut costs. Dr. Sajjadian provides each patient with years of skill, training, and experience to ensure the best possible results. He may cost more than an inexpensive rhinoplasty surgeon initially, but over time the investment in your nose will pay off. By choosing a skilled and experienced rhinoplasty surgeon you can reduce the chances of future revision surgeries, often significantly more expensive than a first-time rhinoplasty. You would want to do surgery by someone who has a lot of experience performing middle eastern rhinoplasty not someone who is trying to learn those skills. When you get things right the first time you’ll miss less work, spend less time recovering, and achieve a better end result. Save money on your Middle Eastern rhinoplasty by investing in a quality surgeon the first time.
Call and schedule your Middle Eastern rhinoplasty consultation with Dr. Sajjadian, a top rhinoplasty surgeon in Newport Beach, today.