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We Performed Two Complicated Crooked Nose Job Operations

Asymmetrical, Crooked Noses and More Difficult Than Normal Primary Rhinoplasty Operations We performed rhinoplasty operation on a female patient with a crooked nose deformity with a caudal septal dislocation after a previous trauma, and a patient with a twisted nose deformity who also had a history of trauma and had a sagging nose tip after a septoplasty operation performed in another clinic. Case 1 - Patient With Past Nasal Trauma - Caudal Septal Dislocation - Crooked Nose Deformity Caudal septum deviation, collapse of the right nasal wing, crooked nose deformity were detected in the patient with a history of nasal trauma in childhood. We performed a micromotor assisted, open technique rhinoplasty operation on the patient. In the videos and photos below, you can find pre- and post-operative images of the patient. In this patient, resection of the right alar cartilage and medial crus was also performed. Although the patient I am sharing with you here is primary rhinoplasty; A case with

Nasal Dryness After Rhinoplasty Operation

Dry Nose After Nose Aesthetic Surgery During the rhinoplasty operation, turbinate reduction with radiofrequency can also be performed for the treatment of nasal septum deviation in patients, for the treatment of septoplasty operation and turbinate hypertrophy. It is inevitable that there will be intranasal mucosal damage in varying amounts according to these procedures and the size of the surgery. Generally, the mucous membrane in the nose heals completely within a few months. The minimal traumatic techniques used, the use of radiofrequency devices that reduce heat damage by measuring tissue resistance, and the use of surgical procedures that respect the tissue and anatomical structure, when possible, can reduce the amount of mucosal damage. Temporary Dry Nose Can Be Seen Normally? Generally, it is normal to have a dry nose that lasts for a few weeks after rhinoplasty. Especially after complicated nose operations and after repeated nose surgeries, there may be a feeling of dryness in t

Upper Lip Tie Tear - Injury

Labial Frenulum Injury Lip ties are a structure in the form of a membrane or fibrotic band, which is located between the inner surface of the lip and the gingiva and can sometimes reach up to the hard palate, restricting lip movements. The piece of tissue behind your upper lip is called the frenulum. In calves with a taut labial frenulum, they may prevent the upper lip from moving freely when the frenulum is too thick or too rigid. Babies with a tight tongue tie or severe lip tie may have trouble gaining weight. It makes it difficult for the upper lip to turn outwards and upwards, making it difficult for the upper lip. While suckling, it can prevent the baby from placing the breast deeply into the mouth, keep the lips and teeth close to each other, cause dead space, and cause tooth decay or tartar. In the later period, gingival opening in the upper gingival line may cause separation of the teeth (diastema) in Yin babies. Generally, in infants and children, the labial frenulum may ruptu

Ramsay Hunt Syndrome

Herpes Zoster Oticus Causes of Ramsay Hunt Syndrome? Varicella zoster virus is actually a microorganism that belongs to the herpes virus family and is the causative agent of shingles. Sometimes, it can be hidden in the nerve cells and wait for the body resistance of the patients to decrease and it can cause infection in the matching places in the nerve traces with reactivation. This virus is also the virus that causes chickenpox. The patient I shared with you here had skin infections, facial paralysis, earache, and ear discharge after vesicular lesions that appeared in the trace of the left facial nerve. The patient applied to another clinic with the complaints of facial wounds that appeared 10 days ago, pain and warmth in the ear region, and facial paralysis, decreased movement in the left half. There, the patient was given oral antiviral medicine, vitamin eye moisturizing gel and local antiviral cream. Since the patient's eyes remained open during sleep, it was recommended to use