Radiofrequency Turbinate Reduction Video - 2



Nasal turbinates are anatomic structures with three in each nasal cavity. They are responsible for the cleaning, heating and humidification of the air entering the nose by the linear current. Generally, the inferior nasal turbinates are the nasal meats which are most commonly served.

Nasal turbinates can grow due to allergies, recurrent infections, and various structural factors, which is called "turbinate hypertrophy". Generally, patients with nasal septum deviation spontaneously enlarge (compensatory hypertrophy) so that the nasal passages in the areas with excess nasal passages are more difficult to enter the excess air and can make treatment, heating, moisturizing treatments.
In patients with nosocomial growth, nasal reduction is recommended in patients with no medical treatment. As in the past, the complete removal of the nose can cause excessive air volume increase in the nose and empty nose syndrome.

Once the nose has shrunk, it can grow again, especially in people with allergic diseases. There are no serious and life-threatening risks other than bleeding among the risks of nose surgery.

Radiofreqency turbinate reduction can be done without a bandage and without a tampon. It can be done in 2-3 minutes on average. Usually painkillers are not needed after the procedure. Applying several patients with moisturizing medication and oceanic water spray to the nose is sufficient.
The price of nasal surgery may vary depending on the hospital and the devices used. In case of using new tissue resistance measuring devices and reducing scaling, the price is increasing.

Links to detailed information about turbinate surgery:

 
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