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Our Revision Ethnic Rhinoplasty Patient is Returning To England

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Especially ethnic rhinoplasty operations require additional different techniques to be applied over the normal nasal aesthetic operations.

We performed revision ethnic rhinoplasty about 2 months ago and my patient came back again today to İstanbul. She is returning to England.

I would wish the patient to succeed. Greetings from Istanbul to my all patients and friends who live at England.
Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon - ENT Doctor in Istanbul
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

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Does Health Insurance Cover The Rhinoplasty Operation in Istanbul?

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Does Health Insurance Cover Rhinoplasty in Istanbul?


For Domestic Health Insurance Companies
Health insurance companies in Istanbul generally exclude all aesthetic surgical procedures. There are, however, health insurance companies that add the rhinoplasty operation at an additional cost to the cover of the health insurance policy. When rhinoplasty operation in Istanbul is performed with turbinate radiofrequency and septum deviation correction surgery (septoplasty operation) for functional nasal problems, these functional procedures are included in gender coverage. In this system, which is known as the "weighted bill payment system" and which is funded entirely by patients who are caused by aesthetic surgery applications, the amount that patients are required to pay is normally higher. 
Turkey's health insurance may sometimes want to see the nose lateral radiographs or photo nose of patients after nasal surgery (septoplasty only or turbinate radiofrequency writing…

Weekly Changes After Rhinoplasty Operation

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Weekly Changes After Rhinoplasty Operation

During nasal aesthetic surgeries, bone grafting, cartilage graft placement and different suturing techniques are used. In these specially designed operations, the amount of procedures performed, the healing properties of the patient, the care of the patient and the thickness of the skin may change the post-operative swelling, bruising and overall healing time. Only in patients with nasal aesthetics and nasal rasping, the healing time is shorter than the recovery time after the classic nasal aesthetic, where the nasal bone is broken. The information given below roughly varies from patient to patient.


The First 8 Weeks Nose Shapes Change Very Fast After Rhinoplasty Operation!
The nose shape changes very quickly during the first two months after nasal aesthetic surgery. In the first week, edema reaches the highest level, and after the first week, the edema - swelling starts to decrease rapidly. During the operation, ridges, asymptomatic swellin…

Oily Skin May Cause Early Falling Off The External Nasal Splint (Cast)!

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Falling Off The External Nasal Splint
In patients with fatty fat, external nasal splints (external thermoplastic splints) placed after the rhinoplasty period and usually planned to remain on the nose for at least 7-10 days may be directed forward by separating over the nose skin. Especially after complicated rhinoplasty operations, these products, which are usually planned to be delivered for a long time, are not required to be separated early. If the external cast in front of 7 days, a thin tape may be glued onto the external splint in. External splints that spontaneously loosen after 7 days and separate from the nose surface can fall spontaneously, usually after removal of internal silicone splints in the nose (due to reduction in nasal volume and healing).

It is important that the external nasal splints are placed in the postoperative period in patients with thick and fatty nose skin structure and that the adhesive spray is applied on the skin and the skin is thoroughly cle…

How Can You Understand That "Nasal Septum Deviation" Is In Your Nose?

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Nasal Septum Deviation The nasal septum, which divides the nasal cavity in two, can sometimes curve to the right or to the left. In the case of this curvature, which is defined as nasal septum dviation, there is a difference between the volume of the nasal cavity. That is, when entering more than one nostril, less air enters than the other. The "nasal septum deviation", one of the most common causes of ascending intranasal airway resistance, is found to be reduced by 60-80% in the more or less common population.


There is no serious symptom in every nasal septum deviations! When the nasal septum deviation is mild and outside the nasal valve area, which is the most airway region in the nose, it usually does not cause severe nasal obstruction complications in the ghastas and may not be easily noticed by the patients.


Many symptoms may occur in patients with severe nasal septum deviation! Patients with advanced curvature in nasal septum may develop nasal obstruction and associa…

Soft Tissue Pollybeak Deformity

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Soft Tissue Pollybeak Deformity
Pollybeak Deformity is a complication of rhinoplasty, which is described by the typical appearance of a dorsal nasal convexity that resembles a parakeet's beak. This dorsal hump is located in the supratubic region of the nose, and then causes a deformity that resembles the appearance of a beak ridge at the tip of the nose and downward rotation at the tip. The beak nose deformity defines postoperative deformity associated with supratype occupancy, which leads to a disproportionate association between tip and supratip. It can come up with various mechanisms.

The beak can be a result of the technique used in nasal surgery, but it can also occur as an unpredictable complication even for the most experienced surgeons. The causes of the beak nasal deformity can be listed as the inadequate resection of the supratip structures (insufficient gut cartilage removal), overfilling of the nasal bone, loss of nasal dextrose, or abnormal edema in patients with thic…

Why Turbinates Are Important? - Empty Nose Syndrome

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Turbinates and Their Important Healt Related Jobs
Each nasal cavity contains 3 anatomical structures called "turbinates". These structures, which have outer parts as mucosa and inner parts as vascular structure rich tissue and bone, have different duties. These:
- By heating the air entering the nose
- Cleaning of air entering the nose
- Humidification of the air entering the nose
- Pressurization of the air entering the nose
- During sleep, the underlying turbinate grows in volume and the patient may need to change position in the sleep (nasal cycle)
- Increasing the percentage of oxygen absorption by adapting the air entering the nose to the lung end airways

Turbinate Hypertrophy 
In some cases, turbinates within your nose can grow and cause increased airway resistance in the nose, nasal obstruction, and a variety of other symptoms associated with it. This phenomenon, called Turbinate Hypertrophy, can occur temporarily or permanently due to the following reasons: - aller…

Nasal Bone Spur Removal Can Reduce The Your Headache!

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Sometimes a prominent bony protrusions that grow outward from the nose septum. It usually occurs due to previous nasal trauma. It is a called as "bone spur formation / bone spur formation / osteophyte / nose bone spur / nasal bone spur". As seen in the animation above, nasal bone spurs can sometimes cause headaches (Atypical Headache - Contact Point Headaches) by touching the outer turbinate or other areas. In patients with bone spur formation, spur flour extraction is sufficient for treatment during septoplasty operation. In this way the patient is simultaneously both a reduction in nasal obstruction probşmes with migraine headaches can be seen in the reduction or complete disappearance.  In patients who have complaints of headache after nasal bone spur removal, the underlying cause can be migraine or tension headache causing headache other than spur. Severe decreases in headache complaints occur in all patients, usually after nasal septal spur removal. The spore format…