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6x3 cm Large Nasal Septal Perforation Repairing Surgery and 3 Months After Result

Nasal Septal Perforation Repair "Perpendicular Plate of Ethmoid Bone With Vomer + Rib Cartilage Were Used" We performed an open technique, nasal septal hole closure surgery on a patient with an ovoid-shaped, very large septal perforation of traumatic origin, approximately 6x3 cm in size. After the columellar incision was made, the alar cartilages were dissected in the vertical plane. Partially, perpendicular plate of ethmoid bone and vomer bone were removed with the help of scissors and dissector. With the green injector tip, a hole was made in the bone lamella, cartilage grafts were prepared from the rib cartilages and these bone were sutured together with the lamellas. The septum perforation was dissected in the vertical plane. The edges of the perforation were depepithelized. It was placed vertically in the perforation area. It was observed that the mucosal grafts were in contact with the placed bone + cartilage grafts on both sides. Internal silicone splints with cut exte

We Performed Again Revision Rhinoplasty Operation + Septum Perforation Closure Surgery

Complicated Nose Surgery - Revision Nose Job For Crooked Nose + Septum Hole Closure More difficult and complicated nose operation than normal. In the video and photos below, I have shared with you a patient who had a previous rhinoplasty operation and subsequently had a nasal deformity due to a traumatic nose fracture, and also perforation of the septum. The patient had a complaint of severe nasal congestion. There were functional problems in the nose due to nasal valve collapse on one side and nasal septum deviation on the other. When you look at the frontal photograph of the patient's nose, you can see the bright and shadowy areas at the same time. You can easily notice that there are serious asymmetries in the nasal bone, supratip cartilages and nasal type cartilages. We performed open technical revision rhinoplasty operation and nasal septum perforation closure operations for the patient. Rib cartilages were used. A credible example that is not easy to obtain a perfectly symmet

Using of "Modified Aluminum Cast" After Rhinoplasty

Postrhinoplasty Cast Using May Be Beneficial For Nasal Edema in Patients With Thick Skin I would like to share with you about the external aluminum splint (external cast), which was produced by a medical company recently and which I gave an idea during the production phase, made of aluminum, consisting of horizontally spaced cut wings, covered with a soft sponge on the inner surface, and having an adhesive tape in the contact area on the nose. Previously, I shared the benefits and taping techniques of postrhinoplasty taping with you in the link of  Postrhinoplasty Taping In Thick-Skinned Patients . Again, I shared the details about the use of nostril renainer obtained from pure medical silicone after rhinoplasty, especially in patients with nostril asymmetry or nasal valve collapse, in the link of About The Nostril Retainer .   Especially for thick-skinned noses, after rhinoplasty, I recommend regular nasal stinging for the first few weeks and nasal taping at night after the 3rd week,