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Ethnic Rhinoplasty with Triple Board Certified Plastic Surgeon - Dr. Sajjadian

June 19, 2015

Dr. Sajjadian, a triple Board Certified Plastic Surgeon located in Newport Beach, CA and is the Founder of Sajjadian Plastic Surgery. Dr. Sajjadian joins us here on eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Channel to talk about Rhinoplasty and how it can benefit you.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Sajjadian discuss the following:

  • What are the advantages for patients to work with a triple board certified plastic surgeon?
  • Can Rhinoplasty improve my breathing and all around functionality of my nose?
  • What are other common reasons to undergo Rhinoplasty?
  • How is Ethnic Rhinoplasty different from traditional rhinoplasty?
  • What procedures can be done in conjunction with Rhinoplasty? Is it safer? Is it more cost effective?

Duration: 13:11

Dr. Sajjadian is one of few plastic surgeons in the United States who holds TRIPLE Board Certification from the American Board of Plastic Surgery, the American Board of Otolaryngology, as well as the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. For the past eight consecutive years, Dr. Sajjadian has received the honor of being “America’s Top Physicians”.

Dr. Sajjadian was recognized in 2014 as a “Physician of Excellence” as selected by his peers and Orange County Medical Association. For the years 2014 and 2015, he is recognized and given the honor of being co-chair of educational symposiums by both the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).  Dr. Sajjadian has been given many additional awards such as Most Compassionate Physician Award, as well as Patients Best Choice Award, and California’s Favorite Physician Award for many years.

Dr. Sajjadian believes in education and extensive training, as he actively participates in many educational meetings every year at regional, National and international level.  He is a former Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery and a faculty member of the Plastic Surgery Residency Program at one of the leading and most respected plastic surgery program in the world (the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center). While there, Dr. Sajjadian conducted extensive research and taught cosmetic and plastic surgery of the Nose, Face, Breast and Body to both residents and fellows. He is also a former instructor of Facial Plastic Surgery at Emory University.

Dr. Sajjadian is well known and respected because of his compassionate care of his patients. He believes in listening intently to patients and truly understanding their goals and desires. By creating an individualized plan he focuses on creating beautiful results. He strongly believes that each cosmetic procedure is a partnership between him and his patients in achieving the desired results. Dr. Sajjadian incorporates both surgical and non-surgical techniques to rejuvenate each patient’s appearance. He has dedicated his career to developing and implementing advanced techniques in the field of cosmetic surgery, that have helped to achieve minimal patient discomfort, and natural looking results.

In summary, Dr. Sajjadian’s plastic surgery philosophy revolves around compassionate patient care and attention to detail. He is widely respected by his colleagues and peers, and works diligently to reveal every patient’s natural and unique beauty.

The practice of Dr. Sajjadian is well known as one of the best practices for cosmetic nose surgery (Rhinoplasty) as well as corrective and revision Rhinoplasty (to help improve shape and breathing). Dr Sajjadian’s compassionate care, individualized planning as well as meticulous techniques have created beautiful and natural looking surgical results for countless patients. In addition, he specializes in and has particular interest and passion for cosmetic surgery of the face, breast and body. Using the most advanced techniques and artistic approaches, he has been able to create beautiful breast augmentation and body contouring results.


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