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Online consultation and case study
One of our most specialized medical services is online medical counseling and online case study by a specialist medical team. You can consult with our best doctors and make the best decision before choosing and deciding on treatment
Best wishes for your health
Dr. Shahyar Yahyavi
Shahriar Yahyavi, born in 1349 in Tehran in 1988, I entered the medical school of Iran University of Medical Sciences. In 1375, I graduated with a third-class honors degree in medicine.
In 2002, after graduating from the first rank in the ENT specialized board, I graduated as an ENT specialist. In 2002, I started working as a faculty member and assistant professor in the ENT department of Iran University of Medical Sciences. For a year, I worked as a part-time member at the Ear, Nose and Throat Research Center of Iran University of Medical Sciences.
Positions obtained by Dr. Shahriar Yahyawi during his service at the University:
1- Assistant Professor of Ear, Nose and Throat Department of Hazrat Rasool Akram Hospital
2- Assistant Professor of Ear, Nose and Throat Department of Firoozgar Hospital
3- Member of Iranian Rhinoplasty Association
Before & After Surgery
• Your surgical goals, with regard to both appearance and breathing. There is no set number for how many revision rhinoplasties one person can get. However, there is a finite amount that you can get effectively. Each additional nose job comes with additional complications. In a rhinoplasty consultation, the surgeon examines the inside and outside of the nose. The bones, cartilage, and breathing are evaluated. Digital photographs are then viewed on the computer. Having come to the decision to undergo a nose job and locating a surgeon they like and trust, some nonetheless find themselves nervous and scared about undergoing cosmetic surgery. This is perfectly normal. A third rhinoplasty can be done. However, multiple rhinoplasties increase the complexity of the surgery. The risk of scar tissue, the possibility of excessive removal cartilage and bone tissue, the chance of improper healing–all these increase with each subsequent surgery.
Question and Answer
• Medical conditions, drug allergies and previous medical treatments.
• Current medications, vitamins, herbal supplements, alcohol, tobacco and drug use.
• Previous surgeries.