Septoplasty in Iran
(Deviated Septum Surgery)

A septoplasty is a surgical procedure to straighten the deviated septum. In addition to respiratory problems, a deviated septum may cause other symptoms such as a runny nose or sinus infections. The only treatment for a deviated septum is surgery. Read all about this surgical procedure, when it is performed, and the risks involved.

Septoplasty
in Iran
(Deviated Septum Surgery)

A septoplasty is a surgical procedure to straighten the deviated septum. In addition to respiratory problems, a deviated septum may cause other symptoms such as a runny nose or sinus infections. The only treatment for a deviated septum is surgery. Read all about this surgical procedure, when it is performed, and the risks involved.

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Medical tourism in other countries, especially Iran, helps you to get high-quality care in well-equipped and modern medical facilities while saving a considerable amount of money. However, planning a trip to a foreign country takes a lot of time and resources, and this may leave you nervous or irritated. Putting this burden in the hands of a licensed travel agent is the safest option. Not only will you not have to think about choosing the right doctor, obtaining a visa, coordinating flights, making hotel reservations, and so on, but you will also be able to take advantage of tourism facilities in the destination country.
AriaMedtour is one of the most reputable medical tourism companies in the Middle East, serving lots of patients each year from all over the world. Ariamedtour plans to be with you from the beginning to the conclusion of your journey, as well as to follow up with you until you return to your home country.
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All inclusive Rhinoplasty Packages in Iran

Nose Surgery Prices

Procedures Price (USD)
Septoplasty
Closed Method – Septoplasty is a surgical procedure to straighten the bone and cartilage dividing the space between your two nostrils (septum).
$1090
Septorhinoplasty
Open Method – septorhinoplasty is surgery to fix both your nose (also called rhinoplasty) and your nasal septum (also called septoplasty).
$1950
Balloon Sinuplasty
Endoscopic Sinus Surgery – Balloon sinuplasty is a type of endoscopic nasal surgery.
$1390
Closed Rhinoplasty
Method: No Visible Scars – A closed rhinoplasty technique makes all incisions within the nose, leaving no visible scars.
$1850
Open Rhinoplasty
Method: Visible scars – Open rhinoplasty involves creating an incision along the width of the columella and lifting the skin so as to allow greater visibility and increased precision.
$1350
Secondary Rhinoplasty
Revision Rhinoplasty (Open Method) – Revision rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that revises or corrects a previous surgery
$1750

Nose Surgery Prices

Procedures Price (USD)
Septoplasty
Closed Method – Septoplasty is a surgical procedure to straighten the bone and cartilage dividing the space between your two nostrils (septum).
$1090
Septorhinoplasty
Open Method – septorhinoplasty is surgery to fix both your nose (also called rhinoplasty) and your nasal septum (also called septoplasty).
$1950
Balloon Sinuplasty
Endoscopic Sinus Surgery – Balloon sinuplasty is a type of endoscopic nasal surgery.
$1390
Closed Rhinoplasty
Method: No Visible Scars – A closed rhinoplasty technique makes all incisions within the nose, leaving no visible scars.
$1850
Open Rhinoplasty
Method: Visible scars – Open rhinoplasty involves creating an incision along the width of the columella and lifting the skin so as to allow greater visibility and increased precision.
$1350
Secondary Rhinoplasty
Revision Rhinoplasty (Open Method) – Revision rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that revises or corrects a previous surgery
$1750

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What We Offer

  • Septoplasty
    Clinic and doctor visits, medical tests, medical photography, septoplasty in hospital, post-operative care, medicines*, recovery, and follow-up

  • T-Visa Authorization Code
    T-visa authorization code. (Note that there is a separate visa fee that the patient must pay when receiving the visa, which it is not part of this package).

  • Pick-up & Transfer
    Airport pick-up, private transfer from hotel to clinic/hospital and vice versa, airport drop-off

  • Accommodations
    7 nights stay in a three-star to five-star hotel offered which is preferably near the clinic or hospital

  • Other Services
    24-hour on-call assistance, interpreter, SIM card and internet

Note: The medicines and other aftercare items included in this package are the necessary items prescribed by the surgeon.
Also, the doctors and hotels and clinics which are included in the package are offered by AriaMedTour to the patient. There may be other doctors whom the patients are considered and the price might be different.




>> Day 1: Arrival at airport: you will be welcomed by our guide, then picked up and transferred to hotel*. Checking into hotel; Transfer from hotel to clinic; Visiting the doctor; Pre-op tests; Transfer from clinic to hotel

>> Day 2: Transfer from hotel to clinic; Preparations for procedure; Conversation between doctor & patient, reviewing the expectations; Performing of procedure; Taking doctor’s instructions; Hair transplant area is bandaged if needed; Transfer to hotel.

>> Day 3: Transfer to clinic for bandage removal; Transfer from clinic to AriaMedTour’s office; Having some rest at the hotel.

>> Day 4: AriaMedTour gives patient special gift**; Transfer to airport and seeing-off; Start of permanent follow-up through communication channels.

>> Note:
* Transfer from the airport to the hotel will be with the taxi.
** In some cases where your departure is in the weekends this step may not be feasible.




Wondering what this packages actually brings to you?

This exclusively-produced documentary shows a typical medical tour we arrange for our medical tourists. Watch the video to get an understanding of the services we provide to our medical tourists in package. This documentary film features a medical tourist named Cecilia who made a trip from Norway to Iran through us for a rhinoplasty as well as a cosmetic dental procedure. The whole process is filmed from the time she arrived at the airport until she departed Iran.

Before & After Photos

Take a look at ‘before and after’ photos of people who got their nose jobs done in Iran.

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Before & After Photos

Take a look at ‘before and after’ photos of people who got their nose jobs done in Iran.

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Why Choose Iran for Septoplasty?

Iran is one of the best tourism destinations for septoplasty in several respects.
First, owing to its world-class hospitals and clinics, as well as qualified and skilled physicians, Iran is known for its medical facilities.
Secondly, due to the large number of surgeries, Iran is considered as the capital of rhinoplasty in the world, and this can promise experienced surgeons.
Iran’s currency, on the other hand, has the lowest valuation against the dollar for a variety of reasons; therefore, it is a fantastic way for you to get the finest medical care at a bargain price.

Why AriaMedTour?

Ariamdtour is a medical tourism company that has created a forum for recruiting international patients and connecting them with the best Iranian doctors and hospitals.

At AriaMedtour:

  • We provide a free consultation with a team of medical experts as well as a free price estimate.
  • We link you with Iran’s best doctors and hospitals.
  • A guide fluent in English or your own language will accompany you during your stay in Iran.
  • We take care of everything (visa, flight, transfer, accommodation, treatment).

We make every effort to provide you with the best services possible and to assist you with returning home satisfied and happy.

How much does septoplasty cost in Iran?

One of the most important factors that motivate patients to have surgery in Iran is the low cost of surgery despite the very high quality of services.
The cost of septoplasty in Iran is between $ 1,000 and $ 2,000, which includes the cost of the surgeon, hospital, and preoperative tests.
It is interesting to know that the price of this surgery in Iran is 50% lower than in India, and more interestingly, it is 350% lower than in the United States and 430% lower than in England!

About our hotels

We work with a select group of three- to five-star hotels in Tehran and other cities. Depending on the type of package you choose and the location of the hospital or clinic where you are going to receive the treatment, we arrange the most suitable hotel for you. The name, details, and photos of the hotel will be sent to you ahead of time.

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Septoplasty in Iran: All you need to know

The surgery in which the nasal septum is repaired and straightened is called septoplasty. The nasal septum is the wall that divides the nasal passage into two separate cavities, right and left. The lower half of this septum is cartilaginous and the upper half is bony. Septum deviation may be due to congenital factors but will sometimes be due to impact. For most people, this septum is not exactly in the middle, but it doesn’t cause any problems. In around a third of the population, this deviation from the centerline is so great that breathing is impeded, resulting in respiratory problems. It also increases the risk of sinus infections due to poor mucus drainage. Other possible symptoms of nasal septum deviation include recurrent nosebleeds and facial pain.

After septoplasty in Iran, the flow of air and mucous fluids in your nose and consequently your quality of life will improve. Your surgeon may cut and change parts of your septum before placing it in the new position. The only treatment for a deviated septum is surgery.

What are the symptoms of a deviated septum?

The main symptom of nasal septal deviation is respiratory obstruction so that the person can not breathe easily through the nose and sometimes suffers from sleep disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea. Normally, sinus secretions drain through the ducts into the nose and from there to the back of the throat. The deviated septum may block the sinus ducts. In this case, the secretions of the sinuses accumulate inside them, and the possibility of sinusitis increases.

Deviation of the nasal septum can also cause snoring, decreased sense of smell, and headaches, as well as dryness of parts of the nose. This dryness can also lead to nosebleeds.

When is a septoplasty performed?

A septoplasty is performed for:

  • Chronically impaired nasal breathing
  • Nasal mucous membrane overgrowth
  • Cosmetically to correct a crooked nose
  • Impaired ventilation of the paranasal sinuses
  • Nasal bone fracture

What should we do before septoplasty?

In most cases, septoplasty is performed on an outpatient basis in surgical centers or hospitals. An anesthesiologist will examine your condition before surgery and monitor your symptoms during surgery. If your doctor has ordered tests, you should bring the results with you on the day of surgery for the surgeon and anesthesiologist to review.

Patients should not take aspirin or any aspirin-containing product for 10 days prior to surgery. Also, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen or naproxen should not be used for 7 days before the date of surgery. Talk to your doctor about any medication you are taking, even over-the-counter medications. Many over-the-counter products also contain aspirin or ibuprofen, all of which can increase surgical bleeding. Therefore, careful consideration of all medications is important.

Before treatment, patients will be given guidance about what they can and cannot eat and drink. Water, sweets, or chewing gum should also be excluded. Anesthetic complications are more likely if there is something in the intestine. Patients who smoke should attempt to quit or limit the number of cigarettes they smoke. This will aim to prevent coughing and bleeding after surgery. Patients should talk to their physician about this precaution and tell the anesthesiologist about their smoking routine so that the doctors are aware of the patient’s preoperative condition.

If patients are sick or have a fever the day before surgery, they should call the doctor’s office. And if they get ill on the day of surgery, they will also go to the surgical hospital for an examination. The doctor will determine if surgery is safe to do.

How is septoplasty performed?

The anesthesiologist will usually use a combination of gas and intravenous medication to put the patient to sleep and keep a safe and comfortable level of the anesthetic sedation. The patient will be constantly tracked with instruments such as a pulse oximeter (oxygen saturation) and a cardiac rhythm monitor (EKG) during the operation. The surgical team is ready for any situation that can arise. A nurse and a surgical technician would join the surgeon and anesthesiologist in the operating room. The entire operation takes about an hour, but it can take longer or less based on the surgeon’s anatomical considerations for the patient.

In a typical surgery, the surgeon tries to access the nasal septum by making an incision inside one of your nostrils. The surgeon then lifts the mucous membrane, which is a cover to protect the septum, and then repositioned the deviated septum to its correct position. Any obstruction, such as extra bone or cartilage, will be removed before repositioning the nasal septum. The last step is to return the mucosal layer to its original location. Sutures may be needed to hold the mucous membrane and septum in place.

After the surgery, there should be someone to take you home, and it is better to spend the first night with you.

What happens after septoplasty?

After surgery, the patient will be taken to the recovery room, where a nurse will keep an eye on them. Normally, this takes several hours. When completely healed from the anesthetic, they will be able to return home the same day as the surgery. The patient will require the assistance of a friend or family member to transport them home from the surgical center. For help, it may be great for a family member or friend to stay with the patient the first night after septoplasty.

Patients can go to bed and relax as they get home from the surgical center with their heads elevated on two to three pillows. They can reduce fluid accumulation in the tissues (edema) and swelling by elevating the head above the heart. They will be able to get out of bed with help to use the toilet. When urinating or defecating, patients should avoid any straining. They can take a stool softener or a mild laxative if they are constipated.

For several days after surgery, patients may experience swelling in the nose, upper lip, cheeks, or around the eyes. This swelling is normal and will go away over time. They can minimize swelling by applying as much ice to the forehead, bridge of the nose, and eyes as tolerated. This will also assist with edema and pain after surgery. Frozen vegetables in packages (for example, bags of frozen peas) have been considered by certain patients to be a comfortable ice pack that conforms better to the skin.

Moderate nasal bleeding is common and will subside over time. The gauze dressing (also known as a “mustache dressing”) can absorb blood and need to be changed only when fully soaked. For the first 24 hours after surgery, it is common to change these dressings every hour. Within a few days, patients will normally no longer need to wear the dressing. For three weeks after septoplasty, patients should avoid taking aspirin, aspirin-containing pills, or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen or naproxen.

Once completely recovered from the anesthetic, patients can eat a light, soft, and cool diet as tolerated. For many days, stay away from hot liquids. It is better to start eating slowly to avoid postoperative nausea and vomiting, even though the patient may be hungry right after surgery. Vomiting one or two times after surgery is normal. if vomiting continues, call your doctor. He or she may prescribe medicine to settle your stomach. It’s important to note that recovery results from a healthy overall diet and plenty of rest.

After surgery, patients will be given antibiotics, and they must take all of the pills prescribed. A narcotic can also be prescribed, which must be taken when required. If these kinds of drugs are needed, patients are advised not to drive. In certain cases, the doctor can prescribe steroids to minimize inflammation before and/or following surgery. It is very important that patients take all medications as prescribed, and not discontinue them prematurely. Anti-nausea medications may be recommended if patients experience nausea or vomiting after surgery (antiemetics). Patients should contact their doctor if they have any concerns or believe they are having an allergic reaction to any of these drugs. Patients should not take any other medication, whether prescribed or over-the-counter, unless their doctor has approved them.

What are general instructions and follow-up for septoplasty?

Packs may have been inserted in the nose to control bleeding in most cases, and a septal splint will be placed in some cases, which will be removed by the surgeon during the first post-operative visit. The patient will be informed about when to return to the office to get the packs out. Patients should ask someone to drive them to and from the office for their first visit. Before leaving, they should eat a small meal and stop taking too many pain relievers.

Several follow-up sessions may be needed to assess both the patient’s recovery and for the removal of debris that accumulates at the surgical site, especially if you have had sinus surgery at the same time. Such visits help to recover better and faster. Because your nose is more sensitive after surgery, your doctor will use anesthetic sprays on your nose before removing crusts.

After removing the pack inside the nose, you can breathe through your nose; However, you can not blow or sneeze through your nose for 7 to 10 days. If you have to sneeze, keep your mouth open to put less pressure on your nose. Mild nosebleeds are normal in the first few days and are usually stopped by using ice packs and keeping the head elevated. If the bleeding is severe and persistent, call your doctor.

One of the most important things you should do during your recovery period after surgery is to rinse your nose with saline nasal spray. You should do this several times a day to prevent blood clots and crusts from forming in the nose.

You should avoid alcohol and tobacco products as they may prolong swelling and recovery. Contact with smoke, dust, and fumes may irritate the nose and cause infection. So, stay away from them as much as possible. Tanning is not allowed for up to six months after surgery.

If you do not have bleeding problems, you can resume exercise and swimming from three weeks after surgery, but diving is prohibited for at least two months. It is best to avoid unnecessary travel for three weeks.

When should we get emergency help?

Patients should notify the doctor if they have the following symptoms after septoplasty:

  • A rapid surge in nasal bleeding that isn’t relieved by pressure, ice, or head elevation.
  • A fever higher than 101.5 F (38.6 C) continues despite increasing the volume of fluid and acetaminophen (Tylenol). When a person has a fever, they should try to drink one cup of fluid per waking hour.
  • Sharp pain or a fever that does not go down after taking pain killers.
  • Increased nasal or eye swelling or redness.

Most surgeons like to hear about any complications or concerns that arise with their patients, so don’t be afraid to contact them to warn them and ask them about any issues you’re having.

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