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Facial Aesthetics Nose Aesthetics What is Aesthetic Surgery?

What is Rhinoplasty Rhinoplasty?



OPERATION TECHNIQUES: According to the patient’s taste and needs, breathing problems in the nose, concha (moisturizing channels) growths, septum deviations (bone and cartilage tissue in the middle of the nose) are corrected while performing aesthetic nose surgery. If necessary, fat injections can be made in the cheek, chin and forehead. When we bring the septum in the middle of the nose closer together with transfixion sutures, tampons may not be placed, although not in every patient.

CLOSED RHINOPLASTY: The procedure is performed through the nostril without an incision at the tip of the nose. It is suitable for easy noses with less maneuvering.

OPEN RHINOPLASTY: It is preferred in difficult noses that require detailed procedures. The entire nasal tissue is removed through an incision at the tip of the nose. The bone-cartilage framework is reconstructed.

PUSH DOWN/LET DOWN RHINOPLASTY: The cartilage and bone roof structure is lowered downwards in one piece as the most block without disrupting the structure. It is a suitable surgical technique for those who love natural nose. The arch in the nose is reduced but a small amount remains.

PRESERVATIVE RHINOPLASTY: Also known as ligament preserving surgery. Each cut structure is replanted in its new place. Since it is performed under the cartilage and bone membrane, swelling and edema are less than other techniques.

FUNCTIONAL NOSE OPERATION: In addition to aesthetic nose operation, it is the correction of the parts that cause shortness of breath.

NOSE OPERATION WITHOUT TAMPON: In patients who do not have problems with the cartilage and bone roof called septum or in patients with mild correction, tampons may not be placed.

These operation techniques can be used together. These techniques are summarized so that you don’t get confused while researching on the internet.





  • Desk work is not recommended for 2-7 days and bending forward for 1 week.
  • After 2 days you can take a bath.
  • We do not expect excessive edema and bruising. After the splint is removed, bruising and visible edema disappear within 1 week.
  • Return to daily activities and self-sufficiency 2-5 days
  • Pain is minimal. Surgery 1. We ensure that the patient does not feel pain with intravenous painkillers on the day and oral painkillers after discharge.
  • The patient can take a shower 48 hours after the operation.
  • Patient 1. The splint on the nose is removed during the week. The patient’s swelling is maximized in 3-4 days. There may be difficulty in breathing at first due to swelling in the nose. Most of the edema in the nose 1. starts to decrease in a month. It takes 1.5-2 years for the nose to take its original full shape. The patient should not wear glasses for 1 month.


  • Nasal tip drooping and nasal dorsum collapse do not occur with new techniques. But due to the effect of gravity and healing tissue, the tip of the nose loses 1 mm of projection (the protrusion of the tip of the nose forward) and is displaced 1 mm downwards. The operation is performed taking this into account.
  • Asymmetries in the nose are eliminated. Since there is cartilage and bone memory in the nose, minimal curvature may occur in the nose, although not as much as before. This situation is not at a level that will tire the eyes of the patient and the people outside. (It is not understood at first glance from a distance of 2 meters)
  • The nose should not be hit for a month. Sports and activities that may cause impact are prohibited.