Receiving treatment for a salivary gland stone requires the procedure to be performed by the best salivary gland surgeons. At the Salivary Gland Stone of Excellence in Los Angeles, our team of world-renowned doctors come from highly regarded universities and have extensive medical training that allows us to treat patients with a unique and expert understanding.
All of our salivary gland surgeons take part in cutting-edge research, contribute to textbooks and medical journals, and speak at lectures around the world. Our team of physicians have also been featured in several national media outlets including The Doctors, The New York Times, People, Entertainment Tonight, CNN, and ABC News.
Director Babak Larian, MD, FACS
Dr. Larian is a world-renowned surgeon in Los Angeles who specializes in minimally invasive treatments that provide patients with relief and an improved quality of life in very little time. Dr. Larian is a board certified otolaryngologist with a unique knowledge in various head and neck conditions.
A leader in his field, Dr. Larian trains other surgeons, presents at national conferences, and performs clinical research. The nature of his practice keeps him at the cutting edge of medical technology, allowing him to be at the leading edge of treatment options that result in improved outcome and less discomfort to his patients. Dr. Larian is involved with designing equipment for minimally invasive thyroid and parathyroid surgery. Expertise in performing these types of surgery is of utmost importance to assure improved outcomes, and a significantly lower risk of complications.
As the founding member and director of the Cedars-Sinai Head & Neck Cancer Center of Excellence, Dr. Larian has extensive experience in treating the diseases listed above and is happy to take the time to explain and educate his patients about all their options and the most suitable course of action. He prides himself in forming a bond with patients so that the person is treated and not only a disease.
In addition to being the director of the Salivary Stone Center of Excellence, Dr. Larian also has his own private practice.
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Mani Zadeh, MD, FACS
Expert sinus and mouth surgeon Dr. Zadeh is a board certified otolaryngologist in Los Angeles. Upon completion of his medical schooling, Dr. Zadeh completed his residency at the prestigious Columbia University in New York where he won the respect of his colleagues and was named Chief Resident. As an integral doctor at the Salivary Stone Center of Excellence, Dr. Zadeh aims to provide every patient with the utmost care and successful results while tailoring a unique treatment plan. Several of Dr. Zadeh’s patients believe he is among the best salivary gland surgeons in the world.
Michele Babajanian, MD, FACS
World renowned otolaryngologist Dr. Babajanian is a member of hte American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery as well as a Felow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Babajanian has a special interest in helping patients overcome conditions relating to the head and neck, including the sinuses and mouths. As an active contributor to medical journals and textbooks, Dr. Babajanian is known across the globe for his expertise in his field.
Speak With An Expert Salivary Stone Surgeon Today
To gain a better understanding about how our team of highly respected sialolithiasis doctors can help provide you with excellent care and even better results, please contact the Salivary Stone Center of Excellence today. We currently accept Cigna, United, Health net and Aetna, but can also work with patients who have other insurance providers or who do not have insurance. You may also be able to undergo surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Center with one of our surgeons. Learn more about Cedars Sinai salivary stone treatment or schedule a consultation at our outpatient surgery center by calling
(888) 576-5946. Our surgeons look forward to helping improve your quality of life through minimally invasive salivary gland surgery.
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