Ethnic Rhinoplasty in Iran

Ethnic Rhinoplasty in Iran

Ethnic Rhinoplasty 

Ethnic Rhinoplasty Types

Who is the best ethnic rhinoplasty surgeon in the Iran?

Iran is famous for its good reputation in performing various medical procedures, especially nose surgeries, so that people in many countries choose Iran for their nose job surgery.

In this article we provide you with a comprehensive description of ethnic rhinoplasty in Iran, the cost of ethnic rhinoplasty in Iran and the best Iranian rhinoplasty surgeons and hospitals.

Further, this article will explain the cost of the best rhinoplasty surgeons in Iran and the cost of rhinoplasty in Iran, Tehran, cost of ethnic rhinoplasty in Iran, Shiraz and cost of ethnic rhinoplasty in Iran, Mashhad.

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General information about Ethnic Rhinoplasty in Iran

The following table describes general information about ethnic rhinoplasty surgery in Iran including ethnic rhinoplasty cost in Iran, recovery time, and to name but a few.

General Information

 

Cost

$ 800-1800

Anesthesia

General/Local

Hospital Stay

1 Day

Back to Work

1 to 2 Weeks

Duration of Operation

2-4 Hours

Minimum Stay in Iran

1 Week

Best ethnic Rhinoplasty in Iran

Dr Maryam Mosleh has been ranked as the top ethnic rhinoplasty surgeon in Iran.
Cost of ethnic rhinoplasty in Iran with Dr Maryam Mosleh is around $1800.

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What is Ethnic Rhinoplasty?

Ethnic rhinoplasty is much like traditional rhinoplasty, but it is specifically used for patients of certain ethnicities. Patients of Asian, Middle Eastern, and African-American descent often benefit from ethnic rhinoplasty versus a traditional nose job. The goal of ethnic rhinoplasty is to enhance the appearance of the nose while preserving the qualities representative of the individual's heritage.

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Before Ethnic Rhinoplasty

What makes ethnic rhinoplasty different from a regular nose job?

While the goal of improving the appearance and structure of the nose is the same regardless of the patient’s ethnicity, the techniques and tools used by the surgeon can vary slightly during ethnic rhinoplasty when compared with traditional rhinoplasty.

The main difference between ethnic and traditional rhinoplasty has to do with the features of the patient’s nose. In ethnic rhinoplasty patients, the nose may have a wider, softer structure with less bone and cartilage material. This can require the surgeon to build up the cartilage or use implants or fillers during an ethnic nose job. When considering an ethnic nose job, it is essential that patients select a surgeon who is highly experienced and familiar with the nuances and intricacies that are specific to ethnic rhinoplasty in order to ensure an appealing, natural-looking outcome.

Another consideration with ethnic rhinoplasty is the placement of the incisions. Some skin types are more prone to scarring than others, making the decision to perform an open or closed rhinoplasty extremely important. A skilled surgeon will evaluate the patient’s skin and history of scarring when choosing the best incision placement and suture materials for ethnic rhinoplasty.

Why it's done

Ethnic rhinoplasty may be used to:

. Make a nose that is too flat more pronounced and elevated

. Make a nose that is too small more defined

. Help improve the balance of the nose with the chin and forehead (Achieve better balance of the facial features)

. Reduce the width of nostrils that appear to be “flaring”

. Reduce the overall width or length of a nose

. Make the face more symmetrical

. Achieve a noticeable change in facial silhouette

Who are and aren't good candidates for ethnic rhinoplasty?

The criteria for considering an ethnic nose job are the same as the criteria for any rhinoplasty. The patient may have been unsatisfied with some aspect of their nose for years, such as a pronounced hump, a size they feel is too large or too small or a bulbous tip etc.

The best candidates should meet these general qualifications:

. Good physical health with no serious medical conditions or illnesses

. Non-smoker

. Complete facial growth

. Positive outlook on life

. Patients who have realistic aesthetic goals and expectations

. They have a deformity which needs correcting.

. They have reached the right age, which means that younger people should wait until they reach physical maturity and then undergo this procedure. Females usually attain physical maturity earlier at the age 16 onwards while male teenagers have to wait until the age of 18 onwards. The reason for this is that the nose stops growing and changing significantly at this age.

However we may advise you not to undergo the procedure if:

. You have skin or nasal cartilage that is lacking in structural integrity.

. You have unrealistic expectations and you seek perfection, I mean if you are looking for something to transform you into another person.

. You suffer from depression or another psychological issue such as body dysmorphic disorder.

. You have high blood pressure, bleeding disorders, lung disease, diabetes, high cholesterol and severe allergies.

. You are a heavy drinker or smoker.

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Risks and Side effects

Fortunately, significant complications from ethnic rhinoplasty are infrequent. Your specific risks for ethnic rhinoplasty will be discussed during your consultation.

All surgical procedures have some degree of risk. Some of the potential complications of all surgeries are:

. Adverse reaction to anesthesia

. Hematoma or seroma (an accumulation of blood or fluid under the skin that may require removal).

. Infection and bleeding

. Changes in sensation

. Scarring

. Allergic reactions

. Damage to underlying structures

Other risks specific to rhinoplasty are outlined below:

. Skin problems or skin breakdown from bandaging or from grafting materials being exposed through thin skin, particularly if foreign materials have been inserted.

. Nasal blockage caused by swelling inside the nose

. Injury to your septum, the structure that separates your nostrils

. A raised scar at the base of the nose with the open approach

. Skin discoloration

. Difficulty breathing

. Nasal septal perforation (a hole in the nasal septum) is rare.

. Unsatisfactory results that may necessitate additional procedures (Possibility of revision surgery)

You can help minimize certain risks by following the advice and instructions of your board-certified plastic surgeon, both before and after your ethnic rhinoplasty.

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Before the Procedure

When patients come to our surgeons for a consultation on ethnic nose surgeries, our surgeons take into consideration the above characteristics along with that particular person image goals and their other features. Ultimately, positive outcomes rely achieving a pleasing balance between all features, including the eyes, jawline, chin, cheekbones, facial shape and even the size of the skull, neck and body.

. Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty

Common traits of a Middle Eastern nose may include a:

. Pronounced nasal hump

. Wide or round tip

. Downward sloping or drooping tip

All of these can be addressed with a Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty that preserves the traditional bone structure and classic, defined profile in a balanced and ethnically sensitive manner.

. African-American Rhinoplasty

Some common traits of the African-American nose are a:

. Wide, low nasal bridge

. Flared nostrils

. Round tip

Because of these traits, it is essential that your nose surgeon has experience with this particular type of rhinoplasty. Your cosmetic surgeon should take extra care to maintain the curvature of the nostril to avoid the “triangular look,” which is not considered aesthetically pleasing or culturally sensitive.

. Asian Rhinoplasty

The significant diversity within Asian ethnicities provides many variations in common nasal traits. Eastern Asian people tend to have flatter profiles with flatter bridges and round nasal tips. Those of South Asian ethnicity (Indian and Pakistani) may have long noses with pronounced bumps. Wideness can also be an issue, whether of the bridge or the tip. Because of the degree of variation, a personal consultation with our surgeons where you can discuss your concerns and get honest feedback on your options is essential.

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. Latin Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty for people of Latin ethnicity includes significant variation due to both European influences and those of the native peoples of South America. Despite this variation, common Latin nasal traits may include:

. Weak cartilage in the nasal tip

. A nasal hump

. Thick nasal skin

The approach to Latin rhinoplasty depends significantly on the cultural heritage of the patient (African, European, Mestizo, etc.) A personal consultation can offer you more insight into what can be expected based on your nose and other similar patients and their results.

Preparing for Your Procedure

How do I prepare for an ethnic rhinoplasty procedure?

Before scheduling an ethnic rhinoplasty, you should meet with your surgeon to discuss important factors that determine whether the surgery is likely to work well for you. This meeting generally includes the following:

Your medical history:

The most important question your doctor will ask about your motives for surgery and your goals. Your doctor will also ask questions about your medical history - including the history of nose obstruction, surgery, and any medications you take. If you have a bleeding disorder, such as hemophilia, you may not be a candidate for rhinoplasty.

Physical exam:

The doctor will perform a complete physical examination, including any laboratory tests, such as blood tests. He or she will also lose your skin and inside and outside the nose. Physical examination helps your doctor determine what changes need to be made and how your physical attributes - for example, your skin thickness or cartilage strength at the end of your nose - affect your results. Physical examination is also important to determine the effect of nose-nose surgery on your breathing.

Photography:

Someone from the doctor's office may take pictures of your nose from different angles. The surgeon may use computer programs to simulate images to show you the kinds of possible results. Your doctor will use these images for previous, subsequent and referral evaluations during surgery and long-term reviews. More importantly, images allow for a specific discussion about the objectives of surgery.

Discuss your expectations:

You and your doctor should talk about your motives and expectations. You will be told what you can and cannot do for your nose and what your results might be. It is normal for people to feel self-conscious in discussing their appearance, but it is important to be open with your wounds about your wishes and goals in surgery.

Sometimes the surgeon may talk to you about surgery to increase your chin. This is because a small chin will create their nose bigger. Chin surgery is not required under these conditions, but it may better balance facial features. Once the procedure is determined, you will need to arrange someone to take you home if you have an outpatient procedure. In the first few days after anesthesia, you may have convulsions in memory, slow reaction time and reduce judgment. So arrange a meeting with a family member or a friend at night or two to help with personal care tasks while recovering from surgery.

Food and medicine

Avoid drugs containing aspirin or ibuprofen for 2 weeks prior to the procedure of nasal and nasal mobilization. These drugs may increase bleeding. Take only medicines that have been approved or prescribed by the surgeon. If you smoke, stop smoking. Smoking slows the healing process after surgery and makes you more susceptible to infection.

During Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Whether you undergo traditional or ethnic rhinoplasty, the process and recovery are generally the same. The procedure is usually performed under general anesthesia and typically lasts about 2 – 4 hours, but this can vary from patient to patient, depending on the complexity of the case and any associated procedures being performed.

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Ethnic Rhinoplasty procedure steps

Ethnic Rhinoplasty surgery includes the following steps:

. Step 1 - Anesthesia

Medications are administered for your comfort during the surgical procedure. The choices include intravenous sedation or general anesthesia. Intravenous sedation numbs the specific area of the surgery and the patient is often given IV sedation in combination with local anesthesia to help them relax during the surgery process. A general anesthesia may also be used during the ethnic rhinoplasty procedure, which puts the patient into a deep sleep. Your doctor will recommend the best medication for your specific needs.

. Step 2 - The Incisions

The incisions used for an ethnic rhinoplasty vary based on whether the procedure is open or closed. In an open rhinoplasty, the incisions are made across the columella, the stip of tissue that separates the nostrils. This procedure is generally considered more invasive and is reserved for major surgeries. A closed rhinoplasty involves hidden incisions inside the nose, and is used for smaller adjustments to the shape of the nose. Through these incisions, the skin that covers the nasal bones and cartilage is raised, allowing access to shape the structure of the nose.

. Step 3 - Monitoring

Throughout the procedure, your doctor may monitor certain vital signs like your breathing rate and blood pressure, to ensure your body is handling the procedure properly. These monitors are for the patient’s well-being and rarely anything to be worried about.

. Step 4 - Reshaping the Nose Structure

Once the incisions have been made, the doctor can perform the process of reshaping the nose in accordance to what was discussed with the patient prior to the surgery. A large nose may be reduced by removing bone or cartilage. Sometimes surgery may require the addition of cartilage, most commonly, the septum, the partition in the middle of the nose, is used for this purpose, and occasionally cartilage from the ear or rarely a section of rib cartilage can be used as well. If the septum is deviated, it can be straightened and the protrusions inside the nose can be reduced to improve breathing.

. Step 5 - Closing the Incisions

Once the structure of the nose is sculpted to the desired shape, the doctor will close the incisions with little stitches. Additional incisions may be placed in the creases of the nostrils to alter their size. A splint is usually applied to keep the nose in place as it heals, and to protect it from accidental trauma, some patients might also have internal splints or tubes as well.

The patient is then taken to a recovery area to be monitored for a short period of time after surgery, to ensure the patient's vitals stay regulated until it's safe to go home. Some patients remain in the hospital overnight for observation, while most patients are allowed to go home after surgery within a few hours. Patients should have been instructed by their doctor before the surgery, to have someone ready to pick them up after the short recovery period afterwards. You will not be able to drive yourself home after undergoing an ethnic rhinoplasty procedure, because you will likely feel nauseous, tired, and uncomfortable immediately after surgery.

After Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Post-operative Instructions for an Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Ethnic Nose job Surgery after-care

You may be eager to see the results of ethnic rhinoplasty procedure right away, but the recovery process takes time, most patients will notice results when the swelling begins to go down, but it may be up to a full year before the final results become apparent.

Post-operative care is very important. Unnecessary pain and the complications of infection and swelling may be minimized if the instructions are followed carefully. Sometimes the after-effects of surgery are quite minimal, so not all these instructions may apply. Common sense will often dictate what you should do.  However, when in doubt, follow these guidelines or call our office any time for clarification.

Ethnic Rhinoplasty is a common surgery that not only can give a great cosmetic outcome but also can improve nasal breathing.  The success of the surgery lies in the hands of the patient as well as the surgeon. The best surgeon on earth will not obtain satisfactory results if the patients do not properly care for themselves after surgery. In order to take advantage of all the positive changes associated with ethnic rhinoplasty surgery, the patient must pay close attention to the recovery process.

Immediately Following Surgery:

. An adult should stay with you for at least the first 24 hours after surgery. Rest is absolutely necessary.

. You should rest with your head elevated in a recliner or with at least 2 pillows for at least the first week after surgery.  Try not to sleep on the side of your face but rather sleep with the back of your head on the pillow.  Some patients prefer an airline type pillow for comfort.  Also popular is the common pillow called a “husband.”  This is the large pillow that has extensions that go under the arms and supports the patient.

. Take the prescribed pain medications before you begin to feel discomfort. It is easier to prevent pain than control it.

. Restrict your activities the day of surgery and several days afterwards. It is not unusual to require 10 to 14 days before you are feeling back to normal, and before you can resume physical activity.

. Caution: If you suddenly sit up or stand from a lying position you may become dizzy. If you are lying down following surgery, make sure you sit for one minute before standing.  Stand up slowly to provide time to steady yourself.  If you feel dizzy when you sit or stand, you should lie back down immediately to minimize the possibility of fainting.

. Packing: A nasal packing is sometimes placed into the nostrils, especially if your surgery is also to relieve a nasal breathing obstruction. This packing is removed a few days following surgery. Our doctor usually sees you within a few days to assist in the removal of packing and to review instructions.

. A small bandage is placed between the bottom of the nose and the upper lip. This is changed as often as needed during the day. A small amount of oozing is ordinary and expected. It should not concern you. The bandage may be changed one or a dozen times. The loosely closed incision allows blood to escape rather than flow back up into the nasal tissue. Most of this oozing stops by the evening of surgery or by the following morning. The drip pad, placed below the nose, can ordinarily be discontinued the morning following your operation. A small amount of red-pink serum is to be expected. Just dab it away.

. A small silicone splint is placed atop the upper two-thirds of the nose at the completion of the rhinoplasty. This splint acts both as a protector for the freshly operated nose and helps to maintain the position of the newly sculpted nasal bones. The splint is removed in one week. Do not allow it to get wet or it may separate prematurely.

. After general anesthesia or I.V. sedation, clear liquids should be initially taken. Over the next several days a high calorie, high protein intake is very important. Nourishment should be taken regularly. You should prevent dehydration by taking fluids regularly. Keeping well hydrated also prevents nausea and vomiting. Try not to miss a single meal. You will feel better, have more strength, less discomfort, and heal faster if you continue to eat.  Decreased activity may promote constipation so you may want to add more raw fruit to your diet and be sure to increase your fluid intake.  Avoid straining when going to the restroom. Getting a laxative or a stool softener may be beneficial.

The First Week after Surgery:

. Ice: During the day and evening of surgery, cold compresses are used continuously over the nose and eyes to minimize swelling and control bruising. The ice packs should be used for the first 2 to 3 days as much as possible.  A good way to do this is to crush up the ice and place it into a zip lock bag. Wrap a thin towel around the ice pack and place it over the nose and over the eyes.

. Puffiness: Puffiness or swelling of the eyelids is always most pronounced on the second morning following any facial plastic surgery (i.e., surgery on Monday, most swelling on Wednesday). It usually regresses quickly in the next few days. This normal and expected observation is no cause for concern.

. Bruising: Bruising and discoloration around the eyes is extremely variable. However, the majority of patients do experience minimal black and blue. Careful adherence to the recommended pre-operative medication instructions is imperative. A few patients, despite taking all precautions, will develop marked bruising in the eyelids. Even this bruising is usually resolved by the end of the first week.

. Nasal Stuffiness: Invariably, there is some nasal stuffiness during the week after surgery. The external edema (swelling) is reflected internally, but the mild blockage will improve steadily. The application, twice daily, of a small amount of prescription ointment just inside the nostrils, acts to lubricate the surgically sutured area and prevent crusting.

. Any crusting that does form can be gently removed with a peroxide dampened Q-tip. However, it is imperative to avoid extensive manipulation in this area. Do not blow the nose. Do not use nose drops.

. Nasal Discharge: For the first few post-operative days, you may expect a small amount pink-colored water nasal discharge. Usually, a facial tissue touched to the nostrils is all that is required. Occasionally, reapplication of a small gauze bandage beneath the nostrils may be more convenient. Any gauze that has continuous persistent show of bright red blood should be reported to me.

. Bleeding on the third, fourth, or fifth day occurs in less than one-percent of cases. First aid for such a rare occurrence is as follows: Lie down and elevate head. Place cold compress on the nose. If available, saturate a piece of cotton with nose drops or Visine, and place it in the bleeding nostril.

. Pain: Discomfort following rhinoplasty is usually limited to the first two or three days following the procedure. In most cases, it is moderate in nature. Severe pain is rarely a consequence of facial plastic surgery. The prescription for pain tablets that you have received should be used the 1st day after surgery and then on an as needed basis thereafter.

. Nasal Appearance with Cast: During the first week, you may notice that the nasal tip is slightly elevated. This is a constant, temporary factor following all rhinoplasties. The position of the nasal tip at this time has little relationship to the final result. The tip will slowly drop to its new lower position over several days or weeks. The nasal splint will be removed at the end of the first week.

. Exercise: Exercise must be limited during the first week. While relaxed ambulation about the home and local shopping, dining or visiting is encouraged: any lifting, pulling or straining must be avoided, as it may cause bleeding.

. Avoid Blood Thinners: Do not use Aspirin until after the first week. Please refer to blood thinner sheet. Alcohol is a potent blood vessel dilator and, in the post-operative condition, can promote swelling of the surgical area and even bleedings. It is best to avoid Alcohol intake for at least one week following surgery.

. Stiches will be removed at 1 week.  After all stitches have been removed, the scar will appear a deep pink color. There will be varying amounts of swelling in and around the scars themselves. With the passage of time, the pink will become white, the firmness of the scar will soften, and they will become less noticeable. Each individual varies with respect to healing, but it takes approximately one year for these changes to occur in most scars. Beginning 6 weeks after the surgery, application and gentle massage with vitamin E, cocoa butter, or Mederma may promote softer, less conspicuous scar.  Incisions can be covered with makeup 10 days after surgery.

After The First Week:

. Nasal Appearance: At the time of nasal splint removal, you will have your chance to see the new nose. It will appear quite swollen but, in most cases, even in this swollen condition, the improvement can be appreciated. It is not a time for critical evaluation since, over the next few weeks, daily changes progress toward the final result.

. In most cases, the appearance at six to eight weeks approximates the final shape. Many factors determine how quickly, or slowly, the nose assumes the final appearance. The most influential determinant is skin type. Skin that is thicker and oilier is certain to retain edema and swelling longer that skin that is drier and thinner. Individuals vary in healing potential. The nose will continue to heal over a long period of time with subtle changes occurring over years of surgery. Our goal is to provide a long term result which will last the person’s entire life.

. Activity: During the second week the nose must not be bumped, (elbows, doors, etc.). Though the bones are firmly healing in place, even a slight blow could cause movement. Avoid any situation where a potential for ‘ nasal trauma exists. Exercise which increases the heart rate can begin at 14 days post-up. Exercise during the first week post-up can cause bleeding. During the second week post-up it will increase edema or swelling. At 14 days, you can begin fast walking and light weights. At 21 days, you can begin running and heavier weighty. At 30 days, full exercise can begin. A frequent question is “…when can sexual activity resume…” As a moderately exertional activity (caloric expenditure), sexual activity can safely be resumed at 12-14 days following facial plastic surgery.

. Wearing Glasses: You should not wear glasses for about one month. If glasses must be worn, taping the central bridge of the glasses to the forehead will allow as little pressure as possible on the nasal bones.

. Sun Exposure: It is wise not to sunbathe for about 60 days. A sunburn will cause the nose to swell and delay the final result. Walking about between sun and shade or sitting with a hat, is permitted. It is always best to apply a waterproof factor 25 sunblock to the nose if strong sun exposure is anticipated.

. The nasal skin is somewhat insensitive following rhinoplasty. This can be appreciated by touching the skin which will seem slightly – numb. Full sensation always returns in three months time; the tip regains full sensation last. The advice concerning sun exposure also applies to the winter cold. It is possible to experience frost-bite if exposed for long periods to sub-freezing weather during activities such as skiing. Both sun and the winter cold are natural enemies to the skin and prolong the usual post-up course.

. Skin: A natural reaction of all types of nasal skin to this surgery is a pronounced increase in nasal oiliness. Even skin that is usually dry will need to be wiped with an astringent on a cotton pad once or twice a day for two weeks or more. Another universal observation is the presence of flaking or peeling of the skin, much like that caused by sunburn. This also abates in about two weeks. Most discoloration is resolved in 7-10 days. However, though unusual, this may persist longer as pigmentation beneath the eyes. Occasionally, olive-skinned patients may retain this pigment for several months.

. Small irregularities may be felt below the smooth skin, especially over the nasal bones. These irregularities are common. Most noses, even without surgery, have palpable bone irregularity beneath smooth skin.

. Friends and Family: Whether you are contemplating or have decided to undergo plastic surgery, be prepared to hear all manner of stories and judgments friends from friends and relatives. If you ask an opinion about your surgery, most people: will not be supportive. Many will have some tale of difficulty to tell you; it is an unfortunate fact of human nature. Occasionally, relatives and friends who are told you have made a definite decision about facial surgery are more supportive. After surgery, almost everyone will forget their negative statements. They will admire the results and see, for the first time, what you were talking about.

. Improvement not Perfection: Observe, in yourself and in those around you, that the two sides of the human body are not the same. Aesthetic surgery can never make them exactly the same. Our purpose and goal in facial aesthetic surgery is improvement and not perfection.

Additional Information:

. Slight elevation of temperature immediately following surgery is not uncommon.  If the temperature persists, notify the office.  Tylenol should be taken to reduce the fever.

. In the event of nausea and/or vomiting following surgery, do not take anything by mouth for at least an hour including the prescribed medicine. You should then sip on flat coke, tea, or ginger ale.  You can also purchase coke syrup over the counter which can have a soothing effect on the stomach.  You should sip slowly over a fifteen-minute period.  When the nausea subsides you can begin taking solid foods and the prescribed medicine.  Please call if the nausea does not subside within 3 hours.  There are medications we can call in to your pharmacy that work very well to control nausea and vomiting.

. If you have been placed on antibiotics, take the tablets or liquid as directed. Make sure you finish the antibiotic even if you feel like you are completely better and do not need it. Discontinue antibiotic use in the event of a rash or other unfavorable reaction, and notify the office of the reaction. Sometimes taking antibiotics with yogurt can help prevent diarrhea.  If you take birth control pills, the birth control may become ineffective; use back up form of birth control.

. Do not drive an automobile or work around machinery until you are no longer taking any narcotic pain medications.  Avoid alcoholic beverages as they will enhance the effect of the narcotic. This is a dangerous combination.  Pain or discomfort following surgery should begin to subside after the first two to three days.  If pain persists, it may require attention and you should call the office. Do not routinely take Tylenol with prescription pain medications.  Many prescription pain medications already contain Tylenol.

. Your case is individual as no two people are alike. Do not accept well intended advice from friends. Discuss your questions and concerns with our Doctors.

. You should wear clothing that fastens either in the front or at the back rather than the type that must be pulled over the head for one week.

. It is not uncommon to have some mild post-operative depression.  Most patients are shocked when they see their face swollen and, perhaps, discolored. Be realistic and realize that this is a very temporary condition which will subside shortly. The best “treatment” consists of busying one’s self with the details of post-operative care and trying to divert one’s attention to other thoughts.  Just relax and rest and let your face heal.

. Do not smoke for at least 2 weeks post operatively as smoking significantly delays healing and increases the risk of complications.

How can I clean my nose after ethnic rhinoplasty?

4 Ways to clean your Nose after ethnic rhinoplasty

4 Ways to clean your nose after ethnic rhinoplasty are as follows:

  1. Q-tip and hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is sold under a variety of names including:

. Dihydrogen dioxide

. Hydrogen dioxide

. Hydrogen oxide

. Oxydol

. Peroxide

It is commonly sold in drug stores at concentrations of 3%, more or less. When cleaning at home, some doctors will recommend that you dilute it even further by half, using clean water. The q-tips, which should also be clean, can be inserted inside the nostril to remove dried blood and mucous. Do not insert the q-tip if there’s packing already in your nose as you don’t want to change the shape of your nose by forcing the absorbent material up your nostrils further.

  1. Saline rinse

Nasal irrigation can be used starting one week after the surgery, and some doctors will encourage the use of saline rinses to keep the area hygienic.

A saline rinse uses a clean bulb that can be squeezed, which sends a low-pressure stream of water through one nostril while the water exits through the other. The saline rinse imitates the salinity of your bodily fluids (blood, sweat, tears, etc.), which is around 0.9% and can be obtained by boiling half a teaspoon of salt in a cup of water. Once cooled, it can be stored for later use.

  1. Removing blockages

Sometimes your nose may be clogged by hardened blood and mucous so that it partially or completely seals the airway. While this congestion makes breathing more laboured and may even force you to breathe through your mouth, you should hesitate to blow your nose or insert a finger to help with the plug’s removal. Instead, focus on using a saline spray or saline drops to keep the lining moist. Use a clean finger to apply petroleum jelly on the suture line to help with healing.

  1. Use a moist towelette

To clean hardened crust from around your nose, gently pat the area with a moist napkin to soften the dried fluid. Warm water can be used as it’s more comfortable than cold water.

Within four to six weeks of the surgery, most of the swelling will be gone. At this point, you can resume washing your face regularly.

How long will the results last?

The results of ethnic rhinoplasty are permanent, so it is important that you have clear aesthetic goals when this procedure is planned. Ethnic Rhinoplasty should only be performed on a nose that has finished growing. If ethnic rhinoplasty is performed before development is complete, continued growth can change the outcome of your surgery and cause potential problems and complications.

Flying after ethnic rhinoplasty

A patient must not fly for at least 5 days after the surgery. While unlikely, the possibility that you will have a nosebleed during the flight, which could be an emergency situation, is avoided. It is still not recommended to fly for an additional week (in total 2 weeks), but many patients cannot stay in town for that long of a period. If you must fly during the second week of your recovery, it is important to take Sudafed and spray a nasal decongestant (Afrin or other) prior to taking off. If not, the pressure changes during the flight may be very painful. It is also typical to have renewed swelling after the flight, which will last about 1-2 days. All of these issues are not concerning if you are planning to travel by car or train.

Out of town patients should plan to stay a few days after the surgery at a hotel. They can travel and fly back home after splint removal at 5-7 days.  Physical activity should be limited for 10-14 days. It usually takes about 6 weeks before the patient can exercise again without discomfort. High-risk contact sports should be avoided for 3 months.

Ethnic Rhinoplasty Surgeons

Ethnic Rhinoplasty surgeons in Iran can make your face more appealing. Ethnic Rhinoplasty surgeons in Iran can also help you in making your final decision about what type of rhinoplasty is more suitable for you.

It is important that you seek the assistance of experienced and skilled ethnic rhinoplasty surgeons in Iran who have provided a suitable condition for people with limited budgets to undergo ethnic rhinoplasty in Iran easily. It is worth explaining that the quality provided by Iranian surgeons is far higher than other countries including Turkey and India.

Ethnic Rhinoplasty surgeons in Iran, have performed numerous procedures annually which make them more experienced than other countries’ plastic surgeons, due to high demand and low cost of ethnic rhinoplasty in Iran, thousands of people travel to Iran every year to undergo ethnic rhinoplasty in Iran with the best rhinoplasty surgeons at an affordable and reasonable price.

Best Ethnic Rhinoplasty surgeons in Iran

Best ethnic rhinoplasty surgeons in Tehran

  1. Dr. A. Mohammadabad Rhinoplasty/Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

(Rhinoplasty surgeon in Tehran)

  1. Dr. O. Ebrahimi Rhinoplasty/E.N.T

(Rhinoplasty surgeon in Tehran)

  1. Dr. M. Samavatifar Rhinoplasty Surgeon

(Rhinoplasty surgeon in Tehran)

  1. Dr. O. Daryani Rhinoplasty/ Plastic Surgeon

(Rhinoplasty surgeon in Tehran)

  1. Dr. Gh.H. Ghorabi Rhinoplasty/ Plastic Surgeon

(Rhinoplasty surgeon in Tehran)

Best ethnic rhinoplasty surgeons in Shiraz

  1. Dr. B. Zamiri Clinic / Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

(Rhinoplasty surgeon in Shiraz)

  1. Dr. B. Khalatbari / Cosmetic Surgeon

(Rhinoplasty surgeon in Shiraz)

  1. Dr. Eyn Abadi Clinic / Plastic Surgeon

(Rhinoplasty surgeon in Shiraz)

  1. Dr. M.M. Mehrabi /Plastic Surgeon

(Rhinoplasty surgeon in Shiraz)

Plastic surgery hospitals in Iran

Tehran hospitals                                                                        

  1. Moheb Kosar Hospital
  2. Imam Khomeini Hospital
  3. Ebnesina Hospital
  4. Parsian Hospital
  5. Pasteurno Hospital
  6. Kasra Hospital
  7. Treata Hospital

Shiraz hospitals

  1. Mirhoseini Hospital
  2. Ordibehesht Hospital
  3. Mir Hospital
  4. MRI hospital
  5. Dena Hospital
  6. Abualisina Hospital
  7. Ghadir Mother and Child Hospital

Mashhad hospitals

  1. Imam Reza Hospital
  2. Mehregan Hospital
  3. Hashemi Nezhad Hospital
  4. Farabi Hospital
  5. Mehr Hospital
  6. Sina Hospital
  7. Bentolhoda Hospital

Ethnic Rhinoplasty cost in Iran

Ethnic Nose job cost in different cities of Iran

Ethnic Rhinoplasty cost in Shiraz

The cheapest ethnic rhinoplasty cost in Shiraz is $800. However, the Average ethnic nose job cost in Shiraz is $1500.

The cost includes Surgeon’s fee, Anesthesia fee and Operating facilities fee.

Ethnic Rhinoplasty cost in Tehran

The cheapest ethnic rhinoplasty cost in Tehran is $1100. However, the Average ethnic nose job cost in Tehran is $1800.

This cost includes Surgeon’s fee, Anesthesia fee and Operating facilities fee.

Ethnic Rhinoplasty cost in Mashhad

The cheapest ethnic rhinoplasty cost in Mashhad is $1000. However, the Average ethnic nose job cost in Mashhad is $1800.

This cost includes Surgeon’s fee, Anesthesia fee and Operating facilities fee.

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