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Nose Aesthetic (Rhinoplasty, Nose Job) in Turkey

Functional Rhinoplasty Operation in Istanbul

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Functional Nose Aesthetic Surgery
Functional rhinoplasty operation are among the aesthetic interventions that have benefited many more people in recent years. The nose is one of both complex and multifunctional organs. For this reason, surgery planning should be carried out considering the anatomy and physiology of the airway. Rhinoplasty provides a more aesthetically pleasing appearance to the nose area while at the same time providing a form that can provide a healthier breathing in order to improve the quality of life of the patient.
At this point, functional rhinoplasty operations come into play. When a problem occurs in the nose function due to a previous nose surgery operation, a nose surgery operation can be performed to eliminate this problem. However, if the patient has respiratory problems due to congenital deformations, functional nose aesthetic surgeries are utilized and the patient is given a nose shape where he can breathe more easily.
Benefits of Functional Rhinoplasty …

Complicated Revision Rhinoplasty With Temporal Fascia and Rib Cartilage

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Revision Nose Job in Turkey
We performed a revision rhinoplasty operation on a patient who had previously undergone recurrent nasal surgery and then underwent a nose filler injection. During the operation, "Cartilage and temporal fascia were kept in sterile serum supplemented with Rifocin antibiotic." That's the reason for the orange-brown color :)

At the beginning of the operation, local anesthetic infiltrations were performed. Of course the temporal region and the nose ...

In the pre-operative photographs, you can see severe arch and curve in the dorsum of the nose, asymmetry in the tip of the nose, and retraction of the columella.
Removal of Nose Filler During Revision Rhinoplasty Operation
Subcutaneous nose filler materials were surgically removed in the supratip area after skin dissection after columellar incision.

The volume of nose filler materials may mislead the surgeon prior to revision rhinoplasty operation, and this should be taken into account when informin…

About The "Sleep Test (Polysomnography - PSG)"

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Polysomnography - PSG
A diagnostic test used to evaluate sleep apnea syndrome when patients are asleep. This is a test that measures your breathing, brainwaves, heartbeats, body movements, snoring, blood oxygen levels throughout the night. This requires electrodes to be placed in some parts of your body. Small receivers are placed on your head, mouth and nose, chest, neck, fingertips and legs. This is a painless procedure. After the receivers are placed, you are expected to go to bed and sleep according to your normal sleep time.
When Sleep Test (Polysomnography - PSG) Is It Done? In patients with symptoms of sleep apnea (daytime sleepiness, wake up tired in the morning, insatiable sleep feeling, witnessed breathing arrest during sleep, night sweats ...), it is desirable to diagnose sleep apnea syndrome, to evaluate disease cipitation and to provide appropriate treatment.
Indications of Sleep Test?Polysomnography is a test for the diagnosis of sleep disorders. Often; Although it is u…

Non-Surgical Nose Job With Temporary Filler

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5 Minutes Nose Job With Temporary Filler
Non-surgical rhinoplasty with temporary filler  has been one of the processes in which many more people have been looking hot in recent years. This procedure, which has become a much more attractive option for those who do not want to have surgery or those who have problems with surgery due to various health problems, is applied with skin filling injection procedure in the most general way. Some parts of the nose are given volume in order to give a more beautiful and smooth appearance to the nose area aesthetically.

The hyaluronic acid filler materials can also be preferred to correct nasal asymmetries and nasal cavities in non-surgical rhinoplasty with temporary filler procedures. Without the need for any surgical intervention, it is more compatible with the face shape of the person and aesthetically a smoother nose appearance can be obtained. However, it should be noted that the filling materials used in this process do not produce a permane…

Radical Mastoidectomy Operation

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Operation of Radical Mastoidectomy in Istanbul

Cells that are filled with air and whose walls are bone-shaped are located in the back of the auricle, in the skull and in the back of the middle ear cavity, and the bone in which these cells are located is called "mastoid bone". In some otitis media, these cells may be filled with inflammation and inflammation residues, or may partially dissolve. Depending on the amount of inflammation spread, these cells may need to be completely removed. However, if the ossicular structures in the middle ear are also surrounded by residual inflammation and are therefore removed during surgery; this operation is called "radical mastoidectomy". In radical mastoidectomy surgery, the middle ear and mastoid cells are combined into a single cavity. This surgery is planned especially when there is extensive cholestetatoma and ossicles in the middle ear or inflammation-related destruction of adjacent walls. During surgery, the mouth of the …

Otosclerosis (Abnormal Remodeling Disease of The Middle Ear Bones)

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Otosclerosis - Abnormal Bone Growth and Sclerosis in The Middle Ear A Brief Looking at the Anatomy of The Ear
In our ears, there are anatomical structures with different functions in the outer, middle and inner ears. The sound waves transmitted through the outer ear canal vibrate the eardrum (black arrow in the picture on the side) and vibrate to the ossicles in the middle ear immediately adjacent to the membrane. The oscillation system that acts as a lever and the vibration generated by the sound waves are transmitted to our inner ear (the red arrow in the picture on the right). In other words, in transmitting a sound wave to our inner ear, the outer and middle ear should work in a healthy way. Therefore, in diseases and other conditions affecting our outer and middle ears, the sound cannot be transmitted to the inner ear. This type of hearing loss is called conductive hearing loss. In the diseases and conditions related to the inner ear, although the sound transmission; This type o…