Otoplasty in Iran
An otoplasty surgery, as the name suggests, is a cosmetic ear surgery that is done to change the shape, size, proportions, and sometimes position of the ear.
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An otoplasty surgery, as the name suggests, is a cosmetic ear surgery that is done to change the shape, size, proportions, and sometimes position of the ear. When it comes to plastic surgery, Iran is known to be one of the best countries in this domain, with the high-skilled doctors, developed medical facilities, and affordable prices it has to offer. Otoplasty in Iran is performed by some of the most proficient plastic surgeons, thus ensuring the best results.
The ear is an essential part of you. The distinguished shape of it helps you with hearing as it helps amplify sound and locate its source of it. However, this shape is different from person to person. Some people have more pronounced ears than others, some have oval ears, others have more round ears and the list goes on. Despite the types of ears people have, some of them do not feel satisfied with the shape of their ears. For example, they might be uncomfortable with how far their ear sticks out from their heads, how their ears look misshaped, or how the ear is distorted due to an injury or a birth defect. That is why otoplasty surgery is invented. In this article, we try to explain everything about this surgery and about the advantages of undergoing otoplasty in Iran. Stay with us.
As mentioned earlier, otoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that involves changing the size, shape, and position of the ear to make it more appealing. This ear reshaping surgery involves making a couple of incisions either on the backs of the ears or within the inner creases of the ear. The surgical techniques your surgeon will use depend on your own unique case (meaning that the techniques would be different from one patient to another). After making the incision, the surgeon will remove bits and pieces of the cartilage and the skin of the ear and shape it how the patient desires. This surgery could be done either under general anesthesia or under local anesthesia paired with sedation. It typically takes around two hours until the surgery is completely done.
Like any other surgical procedure, before undergoing an otoplasty you should stop any medication that could increase the bleeding during the surgery like aspirin and anti-inflammatory drugs.
You should also quit smoking before the surgery and during the recovery time as smoking decreases blood flow to the skin making the healing process slower. Something else you might consider stopping is consuming alcohol since it could interfere with the anesthesia.
In order to maintain the new shape of your ears, there is a couple of things you should keep in mind during the healing process. This includes:
Typically, it takes at least six weeks to fully recover after an otoplasty. However, the results are significantly noticeable within just two or three weeks.
Otoplasty cost in Iran is just between $1,000-2,500. Whereas, in other countries, like the USA, it could go up to $3,700. Keep in mind that the moderate cost of otoplasty in Iran does not mean that the surgery would be compromised. This low-cost otoplasty in Iran will deliver the best possible results since the surgery will be done by a top board-certified surgeon with many years of experience.
We all can agree that Iran is at the top of the list when it comes to offering medical services, especially plastic ones. The skills of Iranian surgeons are outstanding and the clinics and hospitals are equipped with the latest medical technology and are always up to date with different medical fields. That is why undergoing otoplasty in Iran is considered a really good deal, without forgetting to mention the affordable prices compared to other countries that also provide high-quality medical services. Keep in mind that Iran is not just a good country for medical purposes only, as it is a really beautiful country as well, and it has a lot of amazing places you will enjoy visiting.
So, if you are thinking about getting the procedure here in Iran, all you have to do is to get in contact with us in GOMEDIRAN. With GOMEDIRAN, you will not have to worry about travel stress and planning, because we get your back as we will make your stay as comfortable and stress-free as possible. In addition to that, our medical services are known to be among the best.
Yes, otoplasty is reversible. The most common cause of reversing an otoplasty is something called “over-correcting”. Over-correcting is a very common complication of a standard otoplasty. This reversing includes taking bits of rib cartilage and placing it behind the ear. This technique is the most suitable when handling an over-correcting after an otoplasty.
Otoplasty is done to just change the shape of the external ear, so it should not cause any changes in hearing. Yet, distortion of the auditory canal and major changes in the concha could cause some alterations in hearing. Generally speaking, this complication is too rare that it is almost never seen.
The surgery is done under anesthesia. So, of course, you will not feel any pain during the operation. On the other hand, you might feel some pain after the procedure. This post-operative pain is usually mild and could be managed and controlled using regular OTC painkillers and anti-inflammatory medicine.
It is a surgical procedure so logically it is going to be permanent. But in order to maintain the new shape of your ears, you should follow your doctor’s instructions precisely.
It is important to take a break from any exercise or sport after an otoplasty for at least 2 weeks. Exercising before the 2 weeks after surgery would make the ears swell more, and what are even worse than swelling are the side effects that include discomfort, bruising, and more prolonged pain. With that being said, it is important to stop any activity that could potentially make your condition worse.