When it comes to rhinoplasty, ethnicity matters. Different ethnicities have different nasal structures. Beautiful results are possible for patients from every part of the world, but varying techniques are often needed depending on your specific genetic background. Middle Eastern rhinoplasty is a type of ethnic rhinoplasty performed on patients from the Middle East. If you have genetic roots in countries like Turkey, Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Bahrain, or Saudi Arabia, come see Dr. Sajjadian. As one of the area’s best ethnic rhinoplasty surgeons, he can help you decide if rhinoplasty is right for you.
How Is Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty Different than Traditional Rhinoplasty?
Middle Eastern rhinoplasty is a type of ethnic rhinoplasty. Ethnic rhinoplasty is a subset of traditional rhinoplasty. All types of rhinoplasty focus on changing the appearance and function of the nose. Middle Eastern rhinoplasty is a bit different since it focuses on the unique nasal issues often present in patients from the Middle East. These patients may be more prone to specific nasal traits including:
- Significant nasal hump
- Bulbous tip
- Long, droopy nose
- Thick skin
Dr. Sajjadian is very familiar with Middle Eastern nasal anatomy and can use his extensive skill to create a balanced, harmonious appearance for the nose.
Can Any Surgeon Perform Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty?
Rhinoplasty is a complex procedure, even in the simplest of cases. Choosing a highly-skilled surgeon is essential for the best possible results. Ethnic rhinoplasty tends to be one of the most complex types of rhinoplasty, making an experienced surgeon even more important.
Dr. Sajjadian recommends choosing a top rhinoplasty surgeon for your Middle Eastern rhinoplasty. Look for a surgeon that has performed many ethnic rhinoplasties (preferably on patients with a similar appearance to yours) and that has advanced training. Dr. Sajjadian is a world renowned rhinoplasty expert and frequently is invited to lecture other doctors on the subject. He is an excellent choice for your ethnic rhinoplasty.
Dr Sajjadian has written articles and book chapters on this area of rhinoplasty and has given lectures on the topic. Utilizing his experience, he has devised a classification system and algorithm for treating Hispanic noses.
I Want Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty, but Don’t Want to Lose My Unique Appearance. What Will I Look Like After Surgery?
If you’re thinking about rhinoplasty you may be unhappy with the appearance of your nose. Many of our rhinoplasty patients dislike certain features about their nose, but otherwise are happy with their appearance. The goal of rhinoplasty is to bring your nose into balance with your other features. Dr. Sajjadian uses an individualized approach, working with to determine needs and wants and then creating a unique, one of a kind nose.
After surgery you’ll look like you, maintaining your unique appearance, but with a nose is proportional and harmonious with the rest of your facial features. If your nose is the first thing people see when they look at you, consider rhinoplasty. Let people see you, not just your nose.
Call and schedule your rhinoplasty consultation with Dr. Sajjadian today.