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Medical tourism in other countries, especially Iran, helps you to receive quality services in well-equipped and modern medical facilities by saving costs. However, planning a trip to a foreign country takes a lot of time and resources and this can make you nervous or angry. Leaving this time with a licensed travel agency is the safest option. Not only will you not have to worry about choosing the right doctor, getting a visa, coordinating flights, booking a hotel, etc., but you can also benefit from the tourism facilities of the destination country .
Ariana Medicare Tour Services is one of the most reputable medical tourism companies in the Middle East, which annually serves many patients from all over the world. Ariana Medicare Tour Services intends to be with you from the beginning to the end of the trip and also to be with you until you return to your country. For more information about septoplasty in Iran, read more and contact us for a free consultation.

What We Offer

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

6 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 Ariana Medicare Tour Services to the patient. There may be other doctors whom the patients are considered and the price might be different. Based on a new policy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the citizens of the USA, UK, and Canada are included in different logistic services.

Why Choose Iran for Septoplasty?
When it comes to
Septoplasty , Iran has all that you need. Safe, effective, and affordable. The surgeons and doctors are highly experienced. Aside from that Iran has modern clinics and hospitals that's why Iran is well-known as the "Secondary nose job capital of the world". In addition to this, Iran is a safe country with great culture and great people . You can look at the testimonial videos of our revision rhinoplasty patients who had their nose job in Iran. That will prove you that Iran is the best place to have your nose surgery.

W hy Ariana Medicare Tour  Services?

Ariana Medicare Tour Services can handle every feature of your tour- from transportation, hotels bookings, translator, sim card with Internet access and many more. They can make sure your travel without any difficulty and enjoy your stay in Iran while having therapy procedures hassle free. So far, we have helped more than hundreds of people to get their cosmetic or medical treatment done in Iran. And we received so much excellent feedback from them. Therefore , we assure you the best quality we are catering to our clients. Below are the feedbacks of some of our valued clients. And these will provide you the best answer to this question.

How much does septoplasty cost in Iran?

One of the most important factors that motivate patients to undergo surgery in Iran is the low cost of surgery despite the very high quality of services. The cost of septoplasty in Iran is between 1000 and 2000 dollars, which includes the cost of 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 it is more interesting that it is 350% lower than the United States and 430% lower than the United Kingdom!

Septoplasty in Iran: Everything you need to know

The surgery in which the nasal septum is repaired and smoothed is called septoplasty. The nasal septum is a 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 is sometimes due to trauma. For most people, this septum is not exactly in the middle, but it does not cause any problems. In about one-third of the population, this deviation from the centerline is so great that breathing becomes difficult, resulting in respiratory problems. It also increases the risk of sinus infection due to poor mucosal drainage. Other possible symptoms of nasal septal deformity include recurrent nosebleeds and facial pain .
After septoplasty in Iran, the flow of air and mucous fluids in the nose and as a result your quality of life improves. Your surgeon may cut and replace parts of your septum before repositioning it. The only way to treat septal deviation is surgery.

What is septoplasty?

Septoplasty is surgery inside the nose to straighten a deviated septum. The septum, about 7 centimeters long (2.5 to 3 inches) in adults, is made of cartilage and bone. It separates the inside of the nose into two chambers or nostrils .

Why it's done

A crooked septum is common. But when it's severe, a deviated septum can block one side of your nose and reduce airflow, causing difficulty breathing through one or both sides of your nose.
Septoplasty straightens the nasal septum by trimming, repositioning and replacing cartilage, bone or both.
If you experience symptoms — such as difficulty breathing through your nose — that affect your quality of life, you may consider surgery to fix a deviated septum


As with any major surgery, septoplasty carries risks, such as bleeding, infection and an adverse reaction to the anesthetic. Other possible risks specific to septoplasty include :

You may need additional surgery to treat some of these complications. You may also need additional surgery if the outcome of septoplasty doesn't match your expectations. Talk to your doctor about your specific risks before surgery .

How you prepare before septoplasty

Before scheduling septoplasty, you'll meet with your surgeon to discuss benefits and risks of the surgery. This meeting generally includes: 

Food and medications
Avoid medications containing aspirin or ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others) before and after surgery. These medications may increase bleeding. Take only those medications approved or prescribed by your
Other precautions
If you smoke, stop smoking. Smoking increases your risk of having problems during and after surgery. Smoking can slow the healing process

During the procedure
The procedure may be done with either local or general anesthesia. Which type of anesthesia is used depends on how complex your surgery is, and what you and your surgeon prefer.

Local anesthesia.
This type of anesthesia is limited to your nose. Your doctor injects pain-numbing medication (anesthetic) into your nasal tissues. If you'll also be sedated, this is done using IV medication. The medication makes you groggy but not fully unconscious.

General anesthesia.
 With general anesthesia, you inhale an anesthetic agent or receive an anesthetic through an IV line. This type of anesthesia affects your entire body and induces a temporary state of unconsciousness.

Talk with your doctor beforehand about which kind of anesthesia is best for you.

During surgery, the incision is closed with absorbable suture. Soft silicone splints may be inserted inside each nostril to support the septum. To prevent postoperative bleeding, your doctor may place bandage-like material in your nose (packing).

After surgery, you're moved to a recovery room, where the staff monitors you and watches for any complications. This procedure is typically performed on an outpatient basis, so you'll likely be able to go home the same day. You will need someone to drive you home, however .

After the procedure
To further decrease the chances of bleeding and swelling, your doctor may ask that you follow these precautions for several weeks after surgery. Depending on the extent of your surgery, you may not need to do all of these:

What happens after septoplasty?

After surgery, the patient is transferred to the recovery room, where the nurse monitors him. Normally, this takes a few hours. After complete recovery from anesthesia, they can return home on the same day of surgery. The patient needs the help of a friend or family member to transport them from the surgery center to the home. 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 rest while arriving home from the surgery center with their head on two to three pillows. They can reduce fluid accumulation in the tissues (edema) and swelling by raising the head above the heart. They can get out of bed with the help of the others and go to toilet. Patients should refrain from any force when urinating or defecating. If they have constipation, they can use a stool softener or mild laxative.

You may have some swelling of your nose, upper lip, cheeks, or around your eyes after nasal surgery. You may have some bruises around your nose and eyes. Your nose may be sore and will bleed. This may last for several days after surgery.The tip of your nose and your upper lip and gums may be numb. Feeling will return in a few weeks to a few months. Your sense of smell may not be as good after surgery. But it will improve and will often return to normal in 1 to 2 months.You will have a drip pad under your nose to collect mucus and blood. Change it only when it bleeds through. You may have to do this every hour for 24 hours after surgery.You will probably be able to return to work or school in a few days and to your normal routine in about 3 weeks. But this varies with your job and how much surgery you had. Most people recover fully in 1 to 2 months.You will have to visit your doctor during the 3 to 4 months after your surgery. Your doctor will check to see that your nose is healing well.
This care sheet gives you a general idea about how long it will take for you to recover. But each person recovers at a different pace. Follow the steps below to get better as quickly as possible

How can you care for yourself at home?




Incision care

Ice and elevation

Other instructions


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

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