Surgery for reshaping the nose is called rhinoplasty. The goal of rhinoplasty may be to improve breathing or to change the appearance of the nose.
Bone makes up the upper portion of the nose, while cartilage makes up the lower portion. Rhinoplasty can alter bone or cartilage, or it can affect both. Consult your surgeon about whether you are a candidate for rhinoplasty and what it can accomplish for you.
As your surgeon plans your rhinoplasty, your other facial features, the skin on your nose, and what you want to change will be taken into account. When you are a surgical candidate for rhinoplasty in Iran, your surgeon will create a customized treatment plan for you.
A rhinoplasty may be covered in part or whole by insurance.
- The balance between the size and shape of the nose
- Whether the nose is wide at the bridge or how the nostrils are shaped and positioned
- Bridge of nose with visible humps or depressions
- An enlarged or bulbous nasal tip, drooping, upturned, or hooked nose
- Large, broad, or upturned nostrils
- Nasal asymmetry
It is important to remember that everyone’s face is asymmetrical to some degree if you desire a more symmetrical nose. Even though the goal is to create facial balance and correct proportion, the results may not be completely symmetric.
Consult your surgeon first to determine whether you’re a good candidate for rhinoplasty. You will discuss why you would like the surgery and what you expect from it.
If you are on any medications or have a medical condition, your surgeon will ask about it. A surgeon may recommend that elective surgery not be performed if you have hemophilia, a disorder that causes excessive bleeding.
To determine what changes can be made to your nose, your surgeon will closely examine the inside and outside of the nose. Laboratory tests may also be ordered.
In addition, your surgeon will consider whether any other procedures need to be done concurrently. At the same time as rhinoplasty, some people also opt for chin augmentation, a procedure that enhances the appearance of the chin.
Photographs of your nose from various angles are also taken during this consultation. The shots will be used to assess the long-term effects of surgery and may be referred to during the procedure itself.
Ensure that you are aware of the surgery costs. It’s much less likely that an insurance company will cover cosmetic rhinoplasty.
Two weeks before your surgery and two weeks afterward, you should avoid using painkillers containing ibuprofen or aspirin. You may bleed more when taking these medications since they slow down the blood-clotting process. You should inform your surgeon of any medications and supplements you take so they can advise you if you should continue them.
Rhinoplasty recovery is more difficult for smokers, as cigarettes slow the healing process. In addition to causing your blood vessels to constrict, nicotine also causes your healing tissues to receive less oxygen and blood. It is therefore beneficial to stop smoking before and after surgery.
Depending on the procedure, you may have it in a hospital, doctor’s office, or outpatient surgery facility. You will be anesthetized either locally or generally. Your nose will be numbed with local anesthesia before a simple procedure, which will also numb your face. It is possible to receive medications through an IV line that make you dizzy, but you will still be awake.
You will become unconscious from a drug you inhale or receive through an IV during general anesthesia. A general anesthetic is usually administered.
Your surgeon will make cuts between or, if necessary, inside your nostrils once you are numb or unconscious. As soon as they separate your skin from your cartilage or bone, they can begin reshaping it. Your doctor may have to remove some cartilage from your ear or deep inside your nose if you need additional cartilage for your new nose. Implants and bone grafts might be necessary if more work is required. An extra bone is connected to the bone in your nose via a bone graft.
It usually takes one to two hours to complete the procedure. Complications can prolong the process.
There are more nose jobs per capita in Iran than in any other country in the world (seven times more than in the United States), making Iran the nose job capital of the world.
Iran is home to one of the most significantly trained specialists who perform nose surgery - cosmetic and medical.
In Tehran, it is impossible to walk down a street without coming across a nose job signature: bandages fixed to the nasal bridge. Since a few decades ago, Iranian women and men have been crazed for having a small, straight nose.
Currently, Iran has the highest number of nose surgeries per capita in the world. Iran has become a rhinoplasty hub globally as people flock to the country to have their noses changed by Iranian doctors.
In the capital Tehran and many other cities across the country, cosmetic nose surgeries are performed by nose surgeons who have both academic and practical expertise. National and international patients can get quality nose surgeries at hospitals and clinics in cities like Mashhad, Shiraz, Isfahan, Tabriz, and Kish Island.
Iran is also the most popular destination for health tourists seeking nose reshaping surgery. Several foreign nose job candidates, especially from Middle Eastern countries, flock to Iran annually to undergo surgery under the skilled hands of Iranian nose surgeons. Watch rhinoplasty testimonial videos to see how the procedure went for others.
Several famous foreign celebrities have undergone rhinoplasty in Iran, including the Swedish-American model Pixee Fox, known as the ‘Human Barbie Doll’, and Brazilian-born Briton Rodrigo Alves, the ‘Human Ken Doll.’ Just look up Iranian nose job pictures or Iranian nose job trends, and you will see how rhinoplasty is advanced and done much more than any other place.
Iran’s healthcare system is relatively inexpensive. Plastic surgery in Iran is not expensive due to economic factors. On average, a rhinoplasty performed in Iran would cost you up to 80% less than that performed in the United States (including all expenses), 60% less than that performed in Australia, 50% less than that performed in Germany, and 30% less than that performed in India. So overall, Rhinoplasty in Iran is not expensive in comparison to other countries.
Our Team will offer different affordable nose job packages to ensure you won’t have any economic problems regarding surgery. The cost of nose surgery packages is determined by the experience and proficiency of the doctor, the type of hotel, and any additional services you wish to have.
Iran has among the world’s most skilled, experienced, and prolific nose surgeons.
Iranian nose surgeons graduate from top universities in Iran and the US. They have attended advanced courses and fellowships primarily in the United States and Europe, so they are considered the best in the world.
Iranian rhinoplasty surgeons’ tried and tested many of their past results from their years of work and practice. In Tehran, for example, nose surgeons perform 100 operations per month on average. Iran has rhinoplasty surgeons who perform up to five surgeries in one day.
The rhinoplasty doctors in Iran deal with a variety of cases involving a variety of noses. Therefore, they are even better at operating on noses with different shapes and deformities.
Some are known for specific types of noses, such as fleshy or bony noses, or specific types of nose surgery, such as fantasy nose surgery. Additionally, there are many different patients’ ages; some are as young as 17, and others are as old as 50 or older, with the latter often involving medical rhinoplasty.
The pre-operative doctor-patient conversation is one of the significant advantages of Iranian rhinoplasty surgeons. Their goal is to fully and clearly understand what patients want by listening to them within a friendly atmosphere.
As a matter of course, most rhinoplasty surgeons are well versed in aesthetics, which means that they provide consultation to their patients on how the nose should be reshaped to meet aesthetic standards and harmonize with the other features of the face.
Iranian rhinoplasty surgeons take advantage of their extensive knowledge, experience, and sound aesthetic sense to make your dream come true, as rhinoplasty is an amalgam of science and art.
The rhinoplasty doctors at Our Team will do your nose job in the style of your choosing, but they will also suggest the best nose style for your face to meet aesthetic standards and to blend with the rest of your features.
Plan your travel and surgery with a good rhinoplasty surgeon. This is all you need to do. Check the doctor’s qualifications and experience in nasal surgery before making your decision. You can view photos of the doctor’s previous rhinoplasty cases to determine the doctor’s level of expertise and practical skill.
Research is sometimes necessary before deciding whether or not to have surgery with a particular surgeon. Our consultants can help with this. By utilizing the services of rhinoplasty surgeons in Iran, you can select one who has extensive experience doing nose surgeries on people with noses similar to yours.
A surgeon will also meet you personally once you arrive in Iran, and you will discuss your expectations with them.
Before surgery, there will be another consultation session where the patient and the doctor will go over expectations and results once again.
When you have no idea what surgery in a foreign country is going to be like and what you will experience, you have to make sure your trip is as well-organized as possible.
Medical tourism facilitators can help you organize all these aspects so that you don’t have to worry about getting a visa, booking a flight and hotel, communicating with your doctor in a foreign language, etc.
Our coordinators will guide you through the entire procedure once you contact Our Team regarding rhinoplasty in Iran. Our Team will handle the work of obtaining a visa for Iran.
Our assistants will be waiting for you when you arrive in Iran. The rest of the process will be carried out according to the schedule we have outlined. The video below demonstrates how services are provided for foreign patients.
There are many packages that Our Team can offer, but the problem many people have is that they don’t know which one is for them and which they should choose.
For that, Our Team has a free counseling session that will help you to choose your preferred package.
Rhinoplasty can be performed on two different noses: the bony nose and the fleshy nose (meaty nose). Skin thickness distinguishes between bony noses and fleshy noses. Thick skin covers meaty noses, while thin skin covers bony noses.
With a bony nose, the skin is thin, and the details of its structures are more easily recognizable. Due to their stronger cartilage, the nasal tip is generally firmer and less likely to droop on these noses.
The thick skin of fleshy noses, however, conceals the bony structure and cartilage underneath. In addition, fleshy noses have thinner and weaker cartilage tissues.
However, it is possible that the above general rule does not apply; for example, a bony nose can have thick skin, and a fleshy nose can have thin skin with strong cartilages.
Rhinoplasty is performed differently for fleshy noses versus bony noses. Reshaping the tip of the nose poses a challenge in meaty nose surgery. A good result can be achieved when the sides and tip of the nose are reshaped in fleshy nose surgery.
A new technique is used to strengthen the nasal tip and prevent it from dropping due to the possibility of deformation of the lower part of fleshy noses after rhinoplasty due to their weak cartilages and plump skin.
A small change in the nose’s structure is likely to produce significant results in bony noses. It is not uncommon for bony noses to have little fat under the skin. Those with bony noses will experience minor swelling after surgery than those with fleshy noses.
If the nose is bony, the procedure must be carried out with extreme delicacy so that the outcome is symmetrical. To achieve the desired result from either a boney nose or meaty nose surgery, you will need to choose an experienced and skillful surgeon.
Many Iranian rhinoplasty surgeons and patients often describe different nose jobs as ‘fantasy’ (or ‘dolly’), ‘semi-fantasy, ‘or ‘natural.’
The nose is straightened in the ‘natural’ rhinoplasty technique, resulting in a straighter nasal bridge than one with a curved bridge. Furthermore, a ‘natural’ nose job style does not lead to an extensive angle between the upper lip and nasal tip.
Dorsal humps on a nose make it a good candidate for the “natural” style.
In general, a ‘natural’ style of rhinoplasty is performed on fleshy noses.
Essentially, a dolly nose is an upturned, tiny, short nose (also called a ski-jump nose or a snub nose). An Iranian ‘dolly nose’ surgery involves making the nose small and upturned (so-called ‘retroussé nose’). It produces the most favorable results in bony noses and suits and is most appealing in faces with small features.
The ‘semi-fantasy nose job style lies somewhere between the ‘natural’ and ‘fantasy’ styles. The bridge is slightly curved, and the angle between the nose and the lips is narrower than that of a fantasy nose.
Women are more likely to have fantasy or semi-fantasy noses than men, who typically choose a natural style. The outcome of these two techniques is highly influenced by the skill and experience of the surgeon, in addition to the type of nose used.
Not only women can have a nose job or rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty is becoming increasingly popular among men as they seek a better-looking nose. Male-rhinoplasty is not the same as female-rhinoplasty, even though this cosmetic surgery is becoming more and more popular for both genders.
The results of male and female nose jobs can differ due to differences in anatomy and preferences, even though plastic surgeons use the same surgical techniques during the procedure.
There are differences between men’s and women’s noses. The bridges of their noses tend to be straighter and more expansive, their skin is thicker, and their tips tend to be more bulbous and significant than those of women. Because men’s nose tips are less elevated, they tend to create an angle of 90 to 95 between their nose and upper lip.
While most women would like to get a small nose and slants upwards, most men would like a nose with a straighter angle and a more prominent nasal structure. The patient will feel as though he has a more masculine nose while feeling satisfied with his nose.
Your doctor can place a plastic or metal splint on your nose following surgery. You can keep your new nose shape with the splint while it heals. A nasal pack or an ear splint may also be placed inside your nostrils to stabilize your septum.
In the recovery room, you will be monitored for several hours after surgery. Later in the day, you will be able to leave. Anesthesia will still affect you when you return home, so you’ll need someone to drive you. You may stay in the hospital for a day or two if you have a complicated procedure.
You will want to elevate your head above your chest while resting to reduce bleeding and swelling. Feeling congested may be caused by a swollen or clogged nose. Following surgery, splints and dressings are usually required to remain in place for a week. The stitches might be absorbable, so they won’t have to be removed. Your doctor will need to remove the stitches a week after the surgery if the stitches are not absorbable.
Medications used for surgery cause memory loss, impaired judgment, and slowed reaction times.
Your first night should be spent with a friend or relative if possible.
During the first few days following surgery, you might experience bleeding and drainage. Gauze drip pads, which are taped under the nose to absorb blood and mucus, can be used. You will be instructed when to change your drip pad by your doctor.
The pain medication your doctor prescribes might cause headaches, puffy skin, and a puffy face.
During the first few weeks after surgery, you may be advised to avoid the following:
- Strenuous physical activities, such as running
- Nose blowing
- Facial expressions that require lots of movement, such as laughing or smiling
- Pulling your clothes over your head
- Placing your eyeglasses on your nose
- Brushing your teeth vigorously
Don’t overexpose yourself to the sun. Your nose might become permanently discolored if you do.
Your return to work or school should take about a week.
For a few weeks after rhinoplasty, you may feel numb, swollen, or discolored around your eyelids. It’s possible that this can last for six months or even longer, and slight swelling could persist for many months. Discoloration and swelling can be decreased by applying cold compresses and ice packs.
After rhinoplasty, it is essential to follow up. Your doctor will guide you in how to proceed after your procedure.
After rhinoplasty, the healing process can take a while, even though it is a relatively safe and easy procedure. You may experience numbness and swelling at the tip of your nose for several months if you have severe allergies. Some effects can linger for months after hospitalization, even if you fully recover within a few weeks. A whole year may pass before you can see the total outcome of your surgery.