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Combination Three Different Applications For Rhinoplasty Without Breaking Bone

Rhinoplasty Without Breaking Bone Nasal root filling with subcutaneous tissue - Nose hump reduction - Nose tip aesthetic surgery - Patient-1    Nasal root filling with subcutaneous tissue - Nasal root filling with underskin tissue - Nose tip plasty - Limited nasal hump removal - Limited nasal hump reduction - Rhinoplasty without breaking the bone  Sometimes we can do small things together, not perfection, but a more beautiful and functional nose. Our patient from a far away country, who shared the photographs above and below, came to Istanbul in order to eliminate aesthetic problems outside the nose and functional problems within the nose without the use of an industrial filler or permanent suture material. First of all, I would like to add the pre-operative problems seen in the photos and the ones not seen below: - nose tip angle (nasolabial angle) seems to be low and the support tissue at the tip of the nose is weak) - the upper part of the nose tip and the

Causes and Treatment of Nasal Obstruction

Nasal Congestion Causes of Nasal Congestion Nasal obstruction may occur due to many different conditions and diseases. Below, the diseases and conditions that may cause nasal obstruction are summarized briefly. - Nasal septum deviation One of the most common reasons. If the septum, which separates the nasal space into two, is curved towards one side, it may cause the obstruction of the air since there will be inadequate air intake from the side of the curvature. - Turbinate hypertrophy In the tomography image above, retention cyst in the right maxillary sinus (red arrow) and left inferior tubinate hypertrophy (yellow arrow) are seen in the patient with long-standing allergic symptoms and nasal congestion. It is usually seen with septum deviation. Nose meat is responsible for heating and purifying the air. As the volume of nasal flesh increases, airway resistance may increase, leading to nasal congestion. - Nasal valve problems The air passage region below the n

Closure of Nasal Septum Perforation With Subcutaneous Tissue During Nasal Aesthetic Surgery

Combining Rhinoplasty With Septal Perforation Repair    I have previously published links (some of which you can find at the end of the page) to treat septum perforation: • closure of septum perforation using rib cartilage • closure of the septum perforation by using cartilages from different areas within the nose  • use of absorbable Vivosorb® membrane • the use of a bovine heart membrane • you can see different techniques in septum perforation closure by using a two-sided button cartilage graft. I do not like the techniques involving the closure of the large septum perforations by sliding the membranes on the cartilage from the nose and the higher probability of puncture. As a method that can be used in small septum perforations, there is also the closure of the hole by sliding the mucosal membranes adjacent to the hole. In addition to these, the muscle membrane from the cadavers, the muscle membrane of the patient and the membranes from the animals can be used. In