Otoplasty in Iran
Otoplasty is Ear Cosmetic Surgery and has become fairly common in both adults and children. It is performed to change the position and shape of the ears. In other words, it makes your ears appear less protruding. If you or your child has disproportionately large ears - which make you feel embarrassed, otoplasty in iran can be a solid permanent cosmetic solution so don’t worry about it with the best, Dr BayatShahbazi in Iran. However, before you make the decision of undergoing this procedure, it is essential that you weigh its pros and cons to determine whether it is worth it or not.
Dr BayatShahbazi Is The Best Plastic Surgeon In Iran
People seeking Plastic Surgeon, including liposculpture, Rhinoplasty, Tummy Tunk, Otoplasty and so on abroad want both great doctors and great prices. Iran is one of the best destinations for medical tourism due to the high experience of cosmetic surgeons on the one hand and the affordable cost of these surgeries. Also, Fully equipped and modern clinics and hospitals in Iran, it is possible to provide the highest quality services to patients.
Why Dr. Bayat Shahbazi
Dr. Mohammad Ali Bayat Shahbazi was born in 1965. He received his MD degree from Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 1989 and completed a residency in general surgery in 1993 at the same university.
After spending 7 years in the southern province of Bushehr as a surgeon, he entered Iran University of Medical Sciences to pursue a fellowship in cosmetic plastic and reconstructive surgery. In 2003, Dr. Bayat Shahbazi completed his fellowship as the top-ranked student of the class.
Immediately after his fellowship, Dr. Bayat Shahbazi took the national board-certification exam and ranked 2nd to officially become a board-certified plastic surgeon. He later passed advanced courses in cosmetic laser surgery in England and Germany.
Dr. Bayat Shahbazi spent 6 years in the cities of Khorramabad and Qom as a plastic surgeon before moving to Tehran, where he opened his office to offer cosmetic plastic surgery services.
He is currently one of the most experienced plastic surgeons in Tehran with over 16 years of experience in performing cosmetic surgery and a total of 23 years as a surgeon in general.
Dr. Bayat Shahbazi makes use of the most up-to-date equipment in his practice and he uses his own cutting-edge devices, especially those used for body-contouring procedures, such asLipomatic®, Liposat®, and Ultra-Z™. He performs most of his surgeries at a hospital in Tehran.
Doctor of Medicine, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, 1982-1989
Residency (General Surgery), Tehran University of Medical Sciences, 1989-1993
Fellowship (Cosmetic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery), Iran University of Medical Sciences, 2000-2003
Also known as otoplasty or ear reshaping
Cosmetic surgery of the ear, or otoplasty, is an aesthetic procedure that alters the size, position, or proportion of the ears. The outcome of ear reshaping surgery varies greatly depending on the changes that are desired, but these procedures generally improve self-confidence, especially in children and teenagers. If the ears stick out, ear pinning can be performed to flatten the ears against the head. If one ear is positioned higher than the other, ear repositioning can create symmetry. Large, oversized ears can be addressed alone or in conjunction with other ear issues.
When to Consider Ear Surgery
If you were born with overly large or small ears
If your ears are disproportionate to your head or oddly placed
If your ears stick out prominently
If you have suffered an injury that has negatively impacted the shape or positioning of your ears
Correction of protruding ears uses surgical techniques to create or increase the antihelical fold (just inside the rim of the ear) and to reduce enlarged conchal cartilage (the largest and deepest concavity of the external ear). Incisions for otoplasty are generally made on the back surface of the ear. When incisions are necessary on the front of the ear, they are made within its folds to hide them. Internal, nonremovable sutures are used to create and secure the newly shaped cartilage in place.