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Rhinoplasty Surgery in İstanbul

What is Rhinoplasty?

The nose, which is one of the most important organs of the face area, may require some aesthetic applications. Nasal aesthetics can also be performed on the nose, which enables the use of many functions.

Deformities due to different reasons can be removed with this operation. Fractures that occur as a result of accidents and similar situations, especially breathing problems, can also be eliminated by nose surgery. Of course, since it is visually in the foreground, shape problems that disturb the person should be avoided.

Rhinoplasty and Features

It should not be forgotten that rhinoplasty, which provides serious changes in the facial expression of the patient, also consists of different stages. With this application to reshape the nose area, a new shape can be given to the tip of the nose. In addition, nose augmentation and nose reduction operations can also be performed.

Things To Consider Before Nose Aesthetics

Before rhinoplasty, patients should pay attention to some conditions. It should be noted that the surgeon will also give detailed information to the patients about this process. First of all, it is necessary to act according to the doctor's recommendations and to have the necessary medical health screenings. Before this process, which starts with some tests in patients, diseases such as colds, flu and flu can create an obstacle for nose operations. For this reason, it is useful to give clear information to your doctor about your current ailments during anesthesia control.

Things To Consider After Nose Aesthetics

In the first morning after the operation, bruising and swelling may be seen around the eyes. In addition, thanks to the ice compress and anti-bruise cream applied after the aesthetic operation, these complaints will end up to a maximum of 3 days. In the first days, comfortable breathing may not be possible due to crusts and edema. There will be no problems as surgeons will direct patients to use creams and sprays.

In the first 24 hours after rhinoplasty, there may be nasal pain as well as facial swelling. If these pains are accompanied by a headache, painkillers recommended by the surgeon can be used. In addition, on the first day, the patient should spend the day sitting with his head elevated.

It is expected that the swelling around the eyes will decrease after the 3rd day and completely disappear after the 4th day. A patient who has undergone aesthetic nose surgery should rest for the first 2 days. In addition, if he has a work life that is not very tiring, he can return to daily life.


However, movements that require effort should be strictly avoided. For this reason, it is absolutely necessary to avoid movements such as swimming, running or gymnastics.

For 8 weeks after the operation, the nose area should be protected from impacts and impacts. Therefore, it is necessary to act gently while washing the hair and face. The same is true when massaging. After removing the splint in the nose, glasses should not be used for 2 months.


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Frequently Asked Questions about Rhinoplasty

Why is aesthetic nose surgery difficult?

The nose structure and anatomy of people can be very different. Moreover; The aesthetic expectations of people can be very different. It is necessary to analyze them very well.

Are the difficulty levels of aesthetic nose surgeries different?

It can be graded as 1-2-3 from easy to difficult. 70% of aesthetic nose surgeries are 1st degree, 20% are 2nd degree, 5% are 3rd degree. The degree of difficulty of the operations can sometimes affect the price of aesthetic nose surgery.

Are there different techniques for the surgery?

There are many different surgical techniques. Such as open technique, closed technique, delivery technique. The important thing is to apply the most appropriate simple technique to the patient.

Are there age limits or age-related problems in aesthetic nose surgery?

The age limit of aesthetic nose surgery can be ignored. The patient's health status and the desire for surgery are important. Aging may partially delay post-operative healing (such as swelling, bruising). Healing may be prolonged as a result of decreased skin elasticity.

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