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Nose Aesthetic (Rhinoplasty, Nose Job) in Turkey

We Performed Micromotor Assisted Natural Male Rhinoplasty

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Before and One Week After Crooked Nose Job For Men Video We performed open technique, micromotor assisted rhinoplasty operation on the patient with asymmetric, crooked and thick skinned nose. We also performed septoplasty operation for the treatment of nasal septum deviation and turbinate reduction operations with radiofrequency for the treatment of turbinate hypertrophy. In the video above and in the photos below, facial appearance is available in the first week after the operation. Rebc changes (recovery period of bruises) are still seen in the patient's under eye area close to the nose. Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon Private Office: Address:  İncirli Cad. No:41, Kat:4 (Dilek Patisserie Building), Postal code: 34147, Bakırköy - İstanbul Appointment Phone:   +90 212 561 00 52 E-Mail:   muratenoz@gmail.com  Mobile phone:   +90 533 6550199 Fax:   +90 212 542 74 47      

We Performed Secondary Revision Nose Tip Plasty Operation

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2nd Revision Nose Tip Aesthetic in Men Istanbul The patient, who had previously undergone a nasal tip aesthetic operation and with sagging at the tip of the nose, spreading at the tip of the nose while laughing, and progressing down the tip of the nose. We performed an open technique revision nose tip aesthetic operation. During the operation, cadaver rib cartilage was used. The "L Strut" graft was prepared and placed. Cap grafts were placed in addition to the tip of the nose. You can find the before and after photos in the video and in the images below. Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon Private Office: Address:  İncirli Cad. No:41, Kat:4 (Dilek Patisserie Building), Postal code: 34147, Bakırköy - İstanbul Appointment Phone:   +90 212 561 00 52 E-Mail:   muratenoz@gmail.com  Mobile phone:   +90 533 6550199 Fax:   +90 212 542 74 47      

We Published "Ear Ventilation Tube Placement (T Tube) Video"

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Tympanostomy and T-tube Placement to The Eardrum We performed Ear Ventilation Tube Placement (T Tube) procedure on the patient who was treated for retraction of the eardrum and chronic serous otitis media. An incision (tympanotomy, myringotomy, paracentesis) was performed in the anterior-lower quadrant of the eardrum. The viscous liquid was aspirated. T Tube (1.14 mm in diameter) was placed. The position of the tube was checked with the aid of a curved needle guide. The operation is terminated. You can find detailed information about why ear ventilation tubes are used and which types are available in the links below. In the history of this patient, despite more than 6 months of medical treatment, an ear and emulation tube was placed due to the gradual increase in ear blockage and hearing loss, the onset of structural changes in the eardrum, and a conductive hearing loss of more than 30 dB in the audiometry test. During the operation, it was observed that the aspirated liquid was quite

Ear Pain (Otalgia) - Causes, Tests and Treatment

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Otalgia: Pain Localised to The Ear Pain in the ear area is called "otalgia" or "ear pain". The cause of ear pain can be an ear disease; It can occur with dental disease, tonsillitis, infectious diseases related to the nose and throat, diseases related to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), laryngeal and tongue cancer, and sometimes it can occur as a sensory aura before migraine. What is Primary Otalgia? If the cause of ear pain is related to the ear, this condition is called "primary otalgia". Diseases causing primary otalgia may be related to the outer, middle or inner ear. The main diseases that may cause primary otalgia can be summarized as follows: Related to the outer ear: - Mechanical causes: due to trauma, foreign objects (insect, hair or cotton swabs) - Infectious causes ( otitis externa ): may occur due to bacteria or fungi (ear fungus) Related to the middle ear: - Mechanical causes: barotrauma, pressure changes in the middle ear due to eustachian

Smelling Disorders

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Smell (Olfactory) Disorders Disturbances related to smell can be due to many different causes. Inability to smell " Anosmia ", decrease in smell " Hyposmia ", hypersensitivity to odors " Hyperosmia ", misperception of odors " Dysosmia ", perception of odors as bad odor " Cacosmia ", perceiving the opposite of odors " Parosmia ", perception of odor even though there is no odor in the environment " While it is called as " Phantosmia "; difficulty in distinguishing different odors from each other is called "Heterosmia". The absence of sense of smell from birth is called " Congenital Anosmia ". It is not easy to measure the amount and find the cause of the problem in smelling problems . Olfactory Disorders May Show Many Different Situations! Toasted bread… Soil after the rain… Freshly ground coffee… Freshly baked cake… What if we hadn't heard their scent, would we still perceive them in the s

Croup (Acute Laryngotracheobronchitis)

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Viral Infection That Cause Acute Laryngeal and Subglottic Swelling in Children Croup (Acute Laryngotracheobronchitis) is an infection that affects the larynx and trachea, usually caused by the Parainfluenza Type I virus. Among the main bacterial causes are bacteria such as Corynebacterium diphtheriae and Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pneumoniae, Hemophilus influenzae and Moraxella catarrhalis, which can cause other respiratory infections. Symptoms of Croup - Barking cough - Sound when breathing (stridor) - Hoarseness These symptoms may increase at night. It usually occurs in children between the ages of 6 months and 6 years. It is not seen in adolescents and adults. These symptoms are due to swelling in the inner mucosa of the larynx and trachea and narrowing of the airways. "The Westley Score" scoring system is available for the Croup. This classification system is made according to the symptoms and the severity of airway obstruction. You can find detailed information

Little's or Kiesselbach's Area and Epistaxis

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The Capillary Anastomosis Area In The Nose Where Nose Bleeding is Most Common: Kiesselbach's Area In the photo above, the area of superficial vascular anastomosis in the mucosa, marked in the pink round area and located just behind the columella, in the anterior part of the nasal septum, known as the Locus Kiesselbachi / Kiesselbach's area / Little's area / Kiesselbach's triangle It is an arterial anastomosis in the septum nasal mucosa; its location is known as the Locus Kiesselbachi / Kiesselbach's area / Little's area / Kiesselbach's triangle  /  Kiesselbach plexus . Little area is where epistaxis is most common. Arteries joining the Kiesselbach Plexus: - Anterior ethmoid artery (branch of ophthalmic artery) - Sphenopalatine artery (Terminal branch of the maxillary artery) - Arteria palatina major (branch of the maxillary artery) - Septal branches of superior labial artery (branch of facial artery) The Kiesselbach plexus is a vascular network consisting

We Performed Again Nose Job Without Bone Broken in Istanbul

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Rhinoplasty Without Breaking The Bone In patients who do not want too much anatomical changes in the nose, we can perform operations in which the procedure can be terminated (with a limited amount of shape change) without processing the nasal bone. The following procedures were performed for the patient seen in the video above: - turbinate reduction with radiofrequency for the treatment of turbinate hypertrophy - septoplasty operation for the treatment of nasal sepum deviation - nose tip plasty and nasal tip lifting for the treatment of the drooping nasal tip (various cartilage grafts were placed on the nose wings and columella and the nasal tip was increased, especially the cartilage support, and the nasal tip moved forward) - Shaving and smoothing the asymmetrical hump areas in the nasal bone with the help of a micromotor system - dupporting the nasal valve regions with cartilage grafts - supporting upper lateral cartilages with external spreader graft and internal spreader graf

We Performed 3rd Revision Rhinoplasty For Long Nose and Droopy Nose Tip Treatment

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Tertiary Nose Job With Cadaveric Rib Cartilage In the photos and videos below, there are nose photos of the patient who had a rhinoplasty operation in a different clinic twice before and who had various problems afterwards. A 3rd revision rhinoplasty operation was performed on the patient using rib cartilage. It has been added before and after. This patient was operated for the following problems: - drooping nasal tip and weak nasal tip cartilage support - long nose appearance (due to drooping nose tip) - Abnormal indentation in the middle of the forehead and eyebrows, in the root of the nose (in previous operations, it may be due to the operation with a metal device!) The following procedures were briefly performed on the patient during the operation: - Filling the forehead and nasal root area with the patient's subcutaneous tissue - Various cartilage graft applications for structuring the nasal cartilage support tissue - Ovelapping technique to alar cartilage lateral legs (provid

We Performed Another Micromotor Assisted Male Rhinoplasty Operation

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Thick Skinned Nose Job For Male Patient We performed micromotor assisted male rhinoplasty operation on a male patient with thick skin, prominent nasal arch and asymmetrical nose. The patient had large and large nostrils. We also performed alar base resection to the right nostril. Various cartilage graft applications and alar dome stitche techniques have been used in order to make the low and flat tip of the nose appear more lifted and to increase the cartilage support tissue. Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon Private Office: Address:  İncirli Cad. No:41, Kat:4 (Dilek Patisserie Building), Postal code: 34147, Bakırköy - İstanbul Appointment Phone:   +90 212 561 00 52 E-Mail:   muratenoz@gmail.com  Mobile phone:   +90 533 6550199 Fax:   +90 212 542 74 47