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One Size Does Not Fit All When it Comes to Noses – Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty

One size fits all is great for many things: hats, gloves, socks, etc. This isn’t the case for rhinoplasty. This surgery is designed to reshape and perfect the nose, one of the central features of your face. The right nose can bring your other features into balance for a balanced and attractive appearance. The wrong type of nose can have the opposite effect. If you’re thinking about rhinoplasty, remember–your face is unique and your nose should be, too. Dr. Sajjadian can help you discover YOUR ideal nose.

What Is Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty?

Many patients don’t realize that the nasal structure can vary quite a bit depending on your ethnicity. Caucasian rhinoplasty and ethnic rhinoplasty are both rhinoplasty, but the surgeries, themselves, can vary quite a bit. Middle Eastern rhinoplasty is an especially complex type of ethnic rhinoplasty. If your genetic heritage originates in the Middle East (countries like Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Turkey, Iraq, syria, Jordan, etc.), come discuss your options with Dr. Sajjadian. He is a worldwide recognized expert in ethnic rhinoplasty. Middle Eastern rhinoplasty requires a skilled surgeon with a deep understanding of ideal proportions of your nasal structure.

Why Do I Need an Ethnic Rhinoplasty Surgeon?

You love your ethnic heritage and the unique look it provides but not your nose. Ethnic rhinoplasty seeks to preserve your ethnic features, bringing them into better harmony by altering the appearance of your nose. Dr. Sajjadian strives to make natural looking changes to the nose that will complement your other facial features. His end goal is a new, beautiful nose that will look like you were born with it. No one needs to know you’ve had rhinoplasty.

Due to the unique nasal structure many non-Caucasian patients possess, ethnic rhinoplasty can be very complex. It often requires advanced surgical techniques including in-depth tip-reshaping, cartilage grafting, nasal implants, dorsal hump removal, and more. Yes, many surgeons offer rhinoplasty, but not all of these surgeons possess the complex skills needed for a successful ethnic rhinoplasty.

Choosing the wrong surgeon can have much more than an aesthetic impact on your appearance. Improperly done rhinoplasties can lead to breathing problems, nasal collapse, and a host of other problems. Luckily, these can be avoided by choosing the right surgeon. Dr. Sajjadian is triple board certified, a member of the Rhinoplasty Society, and a renowned expert on nasal surgeries. He has been a teaching faculty at major symposium and has lectured and written extensively on ethnic rhinoplastyprocedures.

If you’re thinking about Middle Eastern rhinoplasty, call today and schedule a consultation with Dr. Sajjadian. Middle Eastern rhinoplasty is not the same as a traditional rhinoplasty.