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How to Place Thermoplastic Splint on Nose After Rhinoplasty Operation

External Splint Placing on Nose After Nose Job After nose aesthetic surgeries, medical tapes with various features are affixed on the nasal skin and an "external nasal splint" with different features and molding the nose is placed on the nasal bone. Thermoplastic splint for use after rhinoplasty operation - Thermoplastic splint for use after nose job surgery in Istanbul - Thermoplastic splint placing on nose after rhinoplasty operation These are "Thermoplastic Nasal Splint" or "External Thermoplastic Splints", which are frequently used today, allow the skin to breathe, soften by changing color in hot water and re-harden after being placed on the nose after squeezing cold water. Thermoplastic nose splints are available in different sizes and colors. After rhinoplasty surgery respectively in the video • Adhering skin color tape after application of tape adhesive spray on the nasal skin • Preparing the splint and making the splint soft by throwi

We Performed Tertiary (Third) Ethnic Revision Nose Aesthetic Surgery

Ethnic Revision Rhinoplasty   Perhaps one of the most difficult ones for nose surgery is the "revision" and "ethnic" nose operations. Although the patient had a special operation; Considering thick skin, intense fibrosis and altered anatomy, conditions that limit the surgical maneuvers during surgery can occur. You can find more details bout thick skin rhinoplasty or ethnic rhinoplasty at >> Unique Problems Faced by Surgeons During Ethnic Rhinoplasty? The Difficulties of "Nasal Thinning" in Patients with Thick Nose Tip Skin! Ethnic Revision Nose Aesthetics (An Example for Difficult Nose Surgeries) The Result of Digital Animation and Ethnic (Thick Skin) Rhinoplasty May Be Very Different From Each Other! Revision Ethnic Nose Surgery is not suitable for patients with high expectations. In addition to the standard nose surgery operations performed for other patients, there is a complication that requires the application of dif

How Does The Ear Tube Fall Out?

Some Ear Tubes Can Sponteously Fall Out? The middle ear ventilation tubes can be inserted as an air equalizing device between the middle ear and the external environment for the treatment of middle ear fluid, chronic middle ear inflammation, tympanic membrane collapse, eustachian tube dysfunction or for application to the middle ear. What is an ear tube and what does it do? Ear tubes (tympanostomy tubes, ventilation tubes, pressure balancing tubes) are small, hollow cylinders that are surgically placed in the eardrum, usually made of plastic or metal. An ear tube forms an airway that ventilates the middle ear and prevents fluid build-up behind the eardrum. Ensuring air transfer to the middle ear with ear tubes (ventilation) Ear tubes provide an alternative airway for air transfer in the middle ear, provide normal drainage and equalize the pressure inside the ear. Tubes are generally used in children with one of the following conditions: • Fluid trapped behind the eardrum

The Result of Digital Animation and Ethnic (Thick Skinned) Rhinoplasty May Be Very Different From Each Other!

Digital Nose Aesthetic Animation For Thick Skin Rhinoplasty    On the nose with thick skin characteristics, the result of animation and rhinoplasty may be very different from each other! The maneuvers performed by the surgeon under the skin (during cartilage grafting, suture techniques, cartilage forming processes) during the thick skin rhinoplasty operations can result in a very different result from the animation when the recovery is completed due to the camouflage effect of the skin. During the Thick skin rhinoplasty surgery, it is important to give information to the patients who want a very thin and angular nose on the animation and to know what the thick skin means in order not to experience disappointment after the surgery. When you look in the mirror, if you see a large number of comedones on the nose skin, if the nose skin is too oily, if you feel the skin in a thick skin when you hold the skin between the thumb and index finger, it is important to enter realistic expe

Why Turbinates Regrow / Hypertrophied Again After Radiofrequency Volume Reduction?

Turbinate Hypertrophy Again After Radiofrequency Causes of Nasal Turbinate Growth / Hypertrophy - Radiofrequency Volumetric Inferior Turbinate Reduction - Turbinate Hypertrophy Again After Radiofrequency Nasal turbinates help warm up and humidify the air passing through the nasal cavity. If these turbinate become too large, they can actually block the airflow. This is called "turbinate hypertrophy" or "turbinate growth". This may cause respiratory problems, frequent infections, oral dryness and impaired sleep quality. Causes of Nasal Turbinate Growth / Hypertrophy The causes of nasal turbinate hypertrophy can be summarized as follows: Nasal turbinate hypertrophy may be acute or chronic. Some of the most common causes of the situation are:  - chronic sinus inflammation Regular contact of purulent nasal discharge to nasal turbinates may cause chronic inflammation and growth / hypertrophy - environmental irritants Nasal turbinates are structures that allow