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Rhinoplastic

Rhinoplastic

Rhinoplastic

Rhinoplastic is statistically one of the most frequently performed plastic surgery operations which implies changing the shape of the nose, as the basic proportions of the face depend on its size and form.

During the cosmetic surgery of nose both aesthetic side and functional status should be taken into consideration, regardless of whether or not patient mentions the breathing problems. Nasal septum is often curved or wings are hypertrophic (increased/enlarged). These leads to difficulties in breathing and creates discomfort and develops lack of oxygen supply to patient. In such cases it is necessary to conduct partition recovery process along with the aesthetic plastic (Septoplasty) and shorten nasal wings. All of these three operations can be done simultaneously. Changing the shape of the nose and making it more beautiful doesn't imply only nasal hump removal, in this case it is necessary to calculate individually the current symmetry of the face and to act accordingly.

Nose is the central figure of face and while changing its shape the leading point is to protect the exact fundamental symmetries. It must be in harmony correlating with the other parts of the face and it cannot be the standard for all types of face, even if it has a very beautiful shape. It is desirable that patient did not appear to have the noticeable impact of the conducted operation. It is not nose that should adapt with the operation but vice versa operating technique must fit the nose. The operation conducted with the above mentioned approach will always have sufficient results. This is confirmed by many successful operations conducted in our center.

While using the modern methods for rhynoplasty and Septoplasty in our centre the following major principles are emphasized:

  1. Rhynoplasty is conducted under general anesthesia. Patient does not experience any pain not only during the operation but also after it (for this general anesthesia is not necessary) this can be achieved by intra- venous sedation too.
  2. After operation neither swab nor tube is places in nostrils even when there is a need for any kind of intervention on petition.
  3. Bleeding during the operation and after is so small that it doesn’t cause any problems to patient.
  4. On average operation lasts 1.5-2 hours.
  5. Gypsum is removed in 5-6 days after surgery and is no longer used.
  6. Postoperative facial bruising will be resolved in two weeks time.
  7. In approximately 10-14 days patient returns to its ordinary life.
  8. In 1-2 hours after operation patient can leave the clinic.

In case of Rhynoplasty the upper age limit is not important as but, the lower age must be limited above 16 year.

Septoplasty

Septum deviation resulted from traumatic causes is very common among patients, This leads to difficulties in breathing and creates discomfort and develops lack of oxygen supply to patient. According to our experience in such cases it is necessary to conduct Septoplasty to patients.

While using the modern methods for Septoplasty in our centre the following major principles are emphasized:

  1. Septoplasty is conducted under general anesthesia. Patient does not experience any pain not only during the operation but also after it (for this general anesthesia is not necessary) this can be achieved by intra- venous sedation too.
  2. After septum operation neither swab nor tube is places in nostrils.
  3. Bleeding during the operation and after is so small that it doesn’t cause any problems to patient.
  4. On average operation lasts 1.5-2 hours.
  5. Splint is removed in 5-6 days after surgery and is no longer used.
  6. In approximately 10-14 days patient returns to its ordinary life.
  7. In 1-2 hours after operation patient can leave the clinic.

Turbinate’s Destruction (Electrocoagulation)

Turbinates' enlargement is very common among patients, this leads to difficulties in breathing and creates discomfort and develops lack of oxygen supply to patient. These symptoms caused from turbinate's hypertrophy. According to our experience in such cases it is necessary to reduce turbinates' size with destruction or electrocoagulation.

  1. Turbinates’ electrocoagulation is conducted under general anesthesia and intra-venous sedation.
  2. After Turbinates’ electrocoagulation neither swab nor tube is places in nostrils.
  3. On average Turbinates’ electrocoagulation lasts for 30-45 minutes.
  4. In approximately 5-6 days patient returns to its ordinary life.
  5. In 1hours after operation patient can leave the clinic.

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