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Little's or Kiesselbach's Area and Epistaxis

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

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

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

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. The patient, whom he shared with you here, had advanced nasal septum deviation narrowing the nasal airway, and we also performed septoplasty on the patient.  Most of our male patients demand a natural appearance and a nose shape that is compatible with the face. In this operation, we aimed to perform a natural male rhinoplasty operation . We aimed to obtain a nose that is not curved, the tip of the nose is not raised, and the nose is thin and has no small holes. When you look at the before and after photos of the

Before and After Injection of Only 1/4 Injector Filler to The Nose

Before and After Limited Filler Injection To The Nose In the photos above and below, there are images after injection with only 1/4 of the filling syringe made to the patient who does not want to have an operation but wants to change the nose shape in a limited amount. Here you can see the camouflage effect clearly. Normally, it is very difficult to obtain a sufficient aesthetic result with a suitable nose and non-surgical nose job for aesthetic nose operation. Here you can see the camouflage effects of the nasal filling, such as the smaller nasal volume and the less bare nasal arch after the injection of only a small amount of nasal filling. The fillers used here contain cross-linked hyaluronic acid, have been used for many years and have an effect of approximately 10-12 months. Patients can be injected into different areas according to the shape of the nose. You can find the before and after images about non-surgical nose job with filler >>  5 Minutes Nose Job With Filler in I

About The Nostril Retainer

Apparatus Made of Soft Silicone That Prevents Nostril Deformation: Nostril Retainer Nostril retainer is made of soft silicone that does not harm the human body. It is used to correct or reconstruct the shape of the nose by placing it inward through the nostrils. The raw material of the device is "silicone gum". This product prevents the deformation or collaps of the nostrils after the nose aesthetic surgery, nasal valve operation and for cleft lip or palate surgery. There are standard and long types, the long type can also be used by cutting. This product is different from standard nasal snoring apparatus! On the internet, there are various products that are placed in the nose, expand the nasal airway, nasal valve expander, plastic or hard silicone. These products are not nostril retaners and may not be suitable for prolonged use or regular insertion into the nose. Nostril Retainer Indications - Preoperative Use: "Nostril Retainer" can be applied in the correction