ABOUT BABAK AZIZZADEH, MD, FACS
DOUBLE-BOARD CERTIFIED CARE AT THE INSTITUTE FOR RHINOPLASTY AND NASAL RECONSTRUCTION IN BEVERLY HILLS
Dr. Azizzadeh is the Director of the Institute for Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction in Beverly Hills. He’s an expert surgeon who specializes in all aspects of nasal surgery including: primary rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty, ethnic rhinoplasty, nasal reconstruction, septoplasty, nasal valve reconstruction and nasal skin cancer (MOHS) reconstruction.
To ensure that you receive the highest level of care possible, Dr. Azizzadeh is one of a select group of surgeons who are double-board certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery as well as the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. His plastic surgery colleagues have chosen him as one of the Top Doctors in US World & News Report on a yearly basis.
After graduating from the UCLA School of Medicine with highest honors, Dr. Azizzadeh completed a six-year residency program in Head and Neck Surgery / Facial Plastic Surgery at UCLA Medical Center. He then completed a sub-specialized fellowship in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at Harvard Medical School, which was only offered to one surgeon annually.
Dr. Azizzadeh was as a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School, and then became an assistant clinical professor of surgery at UCLA and attending facial plastic surgeon at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He has since been promoted to Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery at UCLA. He is also the co-director of the facial plastic & reconstructive surgery fellowship program at Keck School of Medicine at USC and co-chairman of the Cedars-Sinai’s annual Advances in Multi-specialty Plastic Surgery Symposium.
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As a leader in the field of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, numerous media outlets throughout the years have featured Dr. Azizzadeh. His expertise makes him a sought-after resource for topics related to rhinoplasty and other facial plastic surgery. In addition to a high-profile story on The Oprah Winfrey Show, other places Dr. Azizzadeh’s work has been featured include Doctors Show, Discovery Health, People magazine, Los Angeles Times, and New York Times.
For the past two decades, Dr. Azizzadeh has been actively engaged in clinical and basic science research to help advance the field of facial plastic surgery. He has received many honors and awards for his research endeavors and has published numerous articles, as well as, presented at the national and international level. As an Associate Clinical Professor at UCLA, Dr. Azizzadeh is also actively involved in teaching facial plastic surgery to residents and medical students.
Dr. Azizzadeh is the author of the best-selling consumer book Beverly Hills Beauty Secrets and is the lead editor of multiple medical textbooks including Master Techniques in Rhinoplasty. Dr. Azizzadeh’s books are mainstay in education program used by medical students, residents and practicing plastic surgeons in the United States and around the world.
Due to his unique expertise and cutting-edge surgical techniques, Dr. Azizzadeh is frequently called upon by his plastic surgery, ENT, and dermatology colleagues to treat their most complex patients and revise their unsatisfactory outcomes.
In addition to his busy surgical practice, Dr. Azizzadeh has also been actively involved in several humanitarian organizations such as Global Smile Foundation and Medical Missions for Children. He routinely travels to third-world countries to treat children with facial and nasal deformities. Dr. Azizzadeh is also a member of the Reconstructive Surgery Team of the ROSE Fund, a national non-profit organization committed to ending violence against women and children.
SCHEDULE A RHINOPLASTY CONSULTATION WITH DR. AZIZZADEH TODAY!
If you’re interested in having a rhinoplasty procedure, contact our office to setup an appointment with Dr. Azizzadeh at the Institute for Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction in Beverly Hills. Call 310.657.2203 today!