Nose Aesthetic (Rhinoplasty, Nose Job) in Turkey

Nose Twitching After Rhinoplasty

Nasal Myoclonus (Involuntary Contraction of Nose Muscles) After Nose Aesthetic The patient, who had undergone rhinoplasty in another clinic, applied to our clinic for revision rhinoplasty and during the application he mentioned a complaint unrelated to the shape, " nose twitching "," uncontrollable nasal muscles spasm " or " nasal myoclonus ". This is a situation that I have seen several times in my professional life, which is not easy to explain. Cause of Nose Twitching After Rhinoplasty The reason for the appearance of twitching or myoclonus in certain areas of the nose after the rhinoplasty operation may be the regrowth of the nerve endings cut under the skin towards the nasal muscles and causing innervation in these muscles or irritation of the nerves that normally innervate these muscles due to swelling or blunt trauma. It can be thought that there is no serious underlying disease and may be associated with the operation in patients who did not have p

Different Questions and Answers About Tonsillectomy

Tonsil Removal Surgery What is tonsillectomy? Tonsillectomy (tonsil removal) is the operation of removal of tonsils (tonsilla palatine, palatine tonsils) from the waldeyer lymph node ring element in our throat. There are many different devices and techniques used for the removal of the tonsils. Tonsillectomy surgery is performed under general anesthesia in many clinics. I wanted to write an answer to the following questions about tonsil removal surgery. Can you smoke cigarette after surgery? As the tonsil tissues are removed in the pharyngeal region after the tonsil operation, the air space expands. They continue to function in neighboring areas (lingual tonsils, lateral pharyngeal bands, nasal flesh, neck and lymph nodes beneath the chin) instead of the depleted lumen. In patients without tonsils cigarette smoking, foreign particles, soot and soot in cigarette smoke can adhere to the pharynx and cause "recurrent pharyngitis episodes" and "chronic pharyngitis" over

Rhinophyma - Definition, Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

A Skin Disease That May Cause Progressive Nose Tip Growth and Deformation: Rhinophyma Rhinophyma Definition Rhinophyma, which is a skin problem that we can detect incidentally in patients who come to us for aesthetic nose surgery, is a kind of skin disease that can usually occur in men between the ages of 50 and 70. Although it is a controversial situation, it may occur in the clinical process as a result of severe rosacea (rose disease) disease and progression in relation to Rhinophyma ; It is also thought that rhinophyma may be a part of rosacea (rose disease). However, there are some differences between rosacea disease and rhinophyma disease. These differences are: There are differences between the progression of the two diseases. While rosacea disease goes into regression after exacerbations; If the disease is not treated in rhinophyma, it progresses over time. There are different characteristics in both diseases in terms of gender. While rosacea types are observed at almost equal

Lip Tie - Definition, Symptoms and Treatment

Labial Frenulum and Lip Tie What is Lip Tie? The piece of tissue behind your upper lip is called the frenum . This structure extends between the inner surface of the upper lip and the gingiva, and limits lip movement. Sometimes it is possible for this structure to pass between the upper teeth and extend to the hard palate and cause an effect on the jaw and tooth structure depending on the tension it has made. When these membranes are too thick or too rigid, they can prevent the upper lip from moving freely. This condition is called lip tie. Lip ties are not as scientifically researched as tongue ties, but treatments for lip ties and tongue ties are very similar. Lip ties and tongue ties can make breastfeeding difficult in infants and in some cases may cause babies to have difficulty gaining weight. Especially short, tight and thick ones have more symptoms. A lip tie is not a major physical abnormality in a baby. But if left untreated, it can cause problems in the long run. What does li