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Tip and bridge narrowed using custom grafts. Nostrils refined and made more symmetric.
Large hump reduction with droopy tip elevation. Tip reshaped completely but with natural result.
Dramatic tip and nasal lengthening and refinement. Diced cartilage fascia graft used to augment bridge. Natural results from major structural changes.
Dynamic tip elevation and refinement along with major bridge reduction and de-projection. Nose is now well balanced with face.
Hanging, bulbous nasal tip, large hump on bridge and long appearing nose. Bridge reduced while refining and balancing the tip shape to match.
Hooked Hispanic nose with droopy nasal tip and large dorsal hump on bridge corrected and reshaped with natural refinement techniques.
Dr. Ashkan Ghavami is a board-certified plastic surgeon with a special focus on rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty and ethnic rhinoplasty. His skills and reputation for excellence have attracted rhinoplasty patients from around the country and from outside the United States who seek natural-looking yet effective results.
Dr. Ghavami is a graduate of one of the top plastic surgery training programs in the country (the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center) and has many years of clinical experience handling complex rhinoplasty cases. He is continually invited to speak about his surgical techniques and rhinoplasty approach at numerous plastic surgery conferences, including the prestigious Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s annual meeting and the Hawaii Plastic Surgery Symposium, just to name a few. Dr. Ghavami has also authored and published many peer-reviewed scientific papers, and has served as guest editor of the official journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He has been featured as a rhinoplasty expert on major television networks and programs. Media appearances include “Good Morning America,” “The Doctors,” “The Tyra Show,” “The New Ricki Lake Show,” CBS News, Fox News and the Discovery Channel.
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Keep in mind that just because a surgeon has performed a large number of rhinoplasties or has been in practice for a very long time, this does not automatically qualify that surgeon to possess proper aesthetic judgment or to be adept at the most recent and advanced techniques and concepts. There is much more to it than that. Finding a rhinoplasty specialist that is right for you can be challenging. Here are some of the most common qualifications of a rhinoplasty specialist:
Rhinoplasty on various ethnicities demands even more specialized knowledge and dedication, because with ethnic noses it can be more difficult to affect enough of a visible change while retaining natural facial appearance. Specialists in ethnic rhinoplasty such as Dr. Ghavami possess specific knowledge, most notably familiarity with the facial characteristics of different ethnicities. Dr. Ghavami is often asked to present his techniques at plastic surgery meetings around the world, from Paris to Hawaii. A successful ethnic rhinoplasty specialist is able to establish the delicate balance: improving the attractiveness of a patient’s nose without erasing his or her unique ethnic characteristics. Creating and maintaining ethnic-facial balance is critical to performing rhinoplasty on all ethnic nasal types.
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If you’re interested in meeting Dr. Ghavami and learning more about his experience and qualifications, please call (310) 275-1959 or email us to set up a consultation.