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General Surgery

General surgery is a medical discipline that involves performing various types of surgical procedures to treat a broad range of health problems and diseases.In general surgery, the surgeon is expected to perform both pre- and post-operative care and management other than the surgery itself. General surgeons can diagnose several types of diseases, especially those that are related to the abdomen and the organs connected to it. These include bile ducts, liver, pancreas, spleen, appendix, small and large intestine, rectum, and the stomach. The surgeon may also operate the thoracic region, glands in the thyroids, and hernias. To a certain extent, general surgeons are also responsible for procedures performed on the skin and the breast.

General Surgery


Fisherectomy with or without sphincterotomy

Choledochal cholecystectomy with or without cholangiography

Primary inguinal hernia repair

Hemorrhoidectomy with or without phyperectomy

Cholecystectomy without cholangiography

Investigative laparotomy

Mesh or prosthesis bracket for incisional hernia repair


Burr hole (s) One or more to drain extrathoracic or subdural hematoma

Craniectomy or craniotomy to examine the top of the tent

Non-meningioma ultra-cadaveric brain tumor enlargement

Create shunt,Subarachnoid or subdural to peritoneum or pleura or elsewhere

Laminotomy or laminectomy or fasectomy and foraminotomy of a sigma

Laminotomy or laminectomy reexploration or fasectomy and foraminotomy or excision of the intervertebral disc (reoperation)

Neuroplasty or median nerve translocation in the carpal tunnel

Removing the segmental device from the back of the spine

Correction of scoliosis or kyphoscoliosis up to 70 degrees

Treatment of spondylolisthesis up to grade 2

Segmentation at the back of the spine up to 5 segments

Burr hole (s) By aspiration of cyst or intracerebral hematoma

Craniectomy or craniotomy To drain the hematoma above the extradural or subdural tentacles, intracerebrally

Overexpression of the maxillary cord tumor; meningioma

Spinal cord puncture,Therapeutic or diagnostic

Laminotomy or laminectomy or fasectomy and foraminotomy Along with a vertebral segmental discectomy

Lumbar discectomy with or without laminotomy and laminectomy with or without foramina access through a pedicle

Segmentation at the back of the spine over 5 segments

Arthrodesis posterior or posterior method, Side of a surface below the C2 segment

Correction of scoliosis or kyphoscoliosis over 70 degrees

Treatment of spondylolisthesis grade 3 and 4


Complete prostate surgery through the duct (TURP)

One-way hydrosol oxidation

Varicocele enlargement with hernia repair

Bilateral hydrocellulose oxidation

Varicocele excision without hernia repair

Orginopxia via inguinal without hernia repair

Abdominal orchiopexy

Cystoortoscopy by biopsy or by fulgurization

Cystoroscopy involves ureteral catheterization or permanent stent placement


Cystolithoma,Cystotomy with removal of stones

Repair of hypospadias

Suprapubic prostatectomy


  • Face Surgery
    clinic and doctor visits, laboratory tests, medical photography, nose surgery in hospital, post-operative care, medicines, recovery, and follow-up
  • Treatment Visa (T-Visa)
    visa authorization code
  • Pick-up & Transfer
    airport pick-up, private transfer from hotel to clinic/hospital and vice versa, airport drop-off
  • Accommodations
    five- or three-star hotel (of the patient’s choice) near the clinic or hospital
  • Other Services
    welcome dinner, 24-hour on-call assistance, interpreter, SIM card and internet
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Is Iran the right choice for my rhinoplasty?

Iran has all you need for a safe and effective rhinoplasty: highly-experienced surgeons, modern clinics and hospitals, and affordable costs. Iran is well-known for its rhinoplasty and is called the “nose job capital of the world.” Plus, Iran is a great country with a great culture and great people. A look at the testimonial videos of our rhinoplasty patients who had their nose job done in Iran will tell why Iran is a great country for your nose surgery.

How can I get my nose surgery arranged with Health Trip?

First of all, you should send your request through one of our communication channels (online form, WhatsApp, email, online chat, etc.). We will assign a personal coordinator and consultant to you who will guide to through all the process, step-by-step. During the correspondence, you may be asked to send photos of your nose for a more accurate price quote and choosing the most suitable surgeon. Finally, after you’ve decided to have a trip and surgery arranged, we will do all the arrangement for you.

How much does it cost?

Depending on the doctor, hospital and clinic’s fees, and other factors, an average primary nose job would cost something between $1500 and $2200 in Iran. A revision rhinoplasty cost is normally higher than a primary one. The infographic you see here compares the average cost of rhinoplasty in Iran with other countries

Why choose Health Trip?

Health Trip does all the arrangements for you, from helping you choose the best rhinoplasty surgeon in Iran, get a visa for Iran, book flight and accommodations, to picking you up from airport, transferring you to your hotel and hospital, assigning a personal interpreter to you to help you communicate with your doctor, and providing post-operative care and consultation.