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Persian Rhinoplasty

Persian Rhinoplasty in NYC

Persian women are considered to be some of the most beautiful in the world. As a leading expert on Persian Rhinoplasty in New York City, Dr. David Cangello understands just how much time and thought you’ve put into considering this life-changing plastic surgery procedure. Using his expert surgical skill and artistic vision, he knows how to meticulously reshape the nose so that it blends seamlessly with other facial features, enhancing the uniquely Persian beauty rather than detracting from it.

Contact plastic surgeon Dr. David Cangello today at (646) 665-4222 to schedule a consultation for a Persian nose job in NYC.

Our noses are functional, but they also add form to our faces—creating structure and balance. Chances are, if you are unhappy with your nose, you’re unhappy with the way you look. Dr. Cangello has spent years perfecting his rhinoplasty technique so that he’s able to achieve the look his Persian patients desire, while maintaining ethnic integrity and in many cases, correcting functionality of the nose to improve the patient’s breathing simultaneously.

From a Najoor Nose to a Work of Art

For many Persian women, rhinoplasty is a right of passage. The modern women seeking this procedure know that more symmetrical faces are perceived as more attractive but they also highly value their ethnic and cultural heritage. Removing the very common—and often very prominent—dorsal bump from the Iranian hooked nose often contributes to the Persian woman’s sense of cultural identity rather than detracts from it. Persian Rhinoplasty brings the face into balance and acts as an anchor for strong cheekbones, large almond-shaped eyes, full high-arched eyebrows, and plump, defined lips.

Is a Persian Rhinoplasty Right for You?

Ideal candidates for Persian Rhinoplasty are women and men who are unhappy with the appearance of their nose but otherwise in general good health. Those who seek out Dr. Cangello for his expertise in Persian Rhinoplasty typically present the following concerns:
  • Dissatisfaction with the size or shape of the nose, such as dorsal hump, nasal width, asymmetry, or a too-prominent or drooping nasal tip
  • A desire to retain ethnic identity while meeting aesthetic goals
  • Conditions that interfere with breathing due to nasal deformities, such as a deviated septum and inter valve collapse
Above all, it’s important that patients are optimistic but also have reasonable expectations about their outcome from nose surgery. While surgical technique can significantly solve issues regarding excessive size, width and asymmetry, it’s important that each patient understand that optimal results are achieved when Dr. Cangello enhances the shape of your nose within the limits of your existing facial proportions.

Your Persian Rhinoplasty Consultation

The first step in the Persian Rhinoplasty procedure is to meet with Dr. Cangello in his world-class office in New York City for a thorough consultation to determine if you are a good candidate for Persian Rhinoplasty. He’ll discuss any cosmetic concerns you have, and will also examine your nose for any breathing issues. The doctor will take your medical history and discuss your aesthetic goals for the surgery, making sure you have realistic expectations and understand the limitations of the procedure and the goals for your outcome.

The Ideal Candidate for Persian Rhinoplasty

Persian women and men experiencing one or more of the following conditions might seek Persian Rhinoplasty:
  • Width: When the nose is too wide or too narrow creating overall imbalance in the facial features
  • Asymmetry: A nose that is twisted or deviated
  • Dorsal hump: A bump on the bridge of the nose, especially apparent on the profile view
  • Prominent nasal tip: A bulbous or round appearing nasal tip, caused by excess fatty tissue
  • Drooping nasal tip: A long nose, where the angle between the upper lip and lower nose that is less than 90 degrees
  • Reached the age of skeletal maturity-when the nose has fully developed

Preparing for Your Persian Rhinoplasty Procedure

When you’re planning to have a Persian Rhinoplasty procedure, you’ll want to spend some time preparing to make sure you’re in optimal health. Planning ahead will make the recovery process much smoother and faster. You’ll want to quit smoking for at least one month prior to your procedure, and avoid caffeine and alcohol. Maintaining a healthy diet, and exercise and sleep regimen is also important to a successful procedure and recovery.

Your Persian Rhinoplasty Procedure

There are two ways that Persian Rhinoplasty can be performed: open or closed. Dr. Cangello will choose the most appropriate surgical technique for each patient based on the specific structural modifications required to meet your aesthetic goals. Both surgical approaches require incisions made within the internal nostril region, but open rhinoplasty refers to a technique where the undersurface columella—the tissue that divides the nostrils—is used to open the nose so the surgeon can see the underlying nasal structures directly. Closed rhinoplasty refers to surgery performed through incisions made inside the nose. This means there are no external cuts and no scarring. Persian Rhinoplasty is usually performed in an outpatient setting and takes approximately one and a half to three hours depending on your unique case.

Rhinoplasty Recovery and Risks

No surgery is without risk, but the risks associated with Rhinoplasty are small and complications are rare1 for the healthy patient population. Generally the biggest risk for a healthy patient is a poor outcome, which is why it is critically important to choose a board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Cangello, who is an expert in Persian Rhinoplasty techniques and best practices. The Persian Rhinoplasty patient’s recovery depends largely on general health and adherence to Dr. Cangello’s post-operative instructions. Patients typically experience some swelling and bruising, which diminishes around three days after surgery. For both types of Persian Rhinoplasty procedures, open and closed, the recovery time is generally one to two weeks of downtime. While the initial recovery is quick, the overall healing process for a Persian Rhinoplasty patient can take up to three years as the skin on the nose shrinks to fit the new underlying nasal framework which is why it is important to avoid games involving throw-and-catch, and other activities where flying objects may come in contact with your face.

State-of-The-Art Persian Rhinoplasty in NYC with Dr. Cangello

The most important aspect of a Persian Rhinoplasty procedure is choosing the right plastic surgeon to perform the procedure. If you are here, that means you’ve done your research and know that Dr. Cangello is a world-class, board-certified plastic surgeon in NYC who has been featured as a rhinoplasty expert on Fox News and CBS, as well as in Seventeen Magazine, Refinery29, and other publications. His artistic science-backed approach to each patient creates results that showcase the delicate balance between aesthetic beauty and medical precision. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

1 Mayo Clinic. Rhinoplasty. Available here: Accessed 11/6/2019.

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