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We Performed Again Complicated Revision Rhinoplasty Operation

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Overreducted Nose Hump, Asymmetrical Nostrils, Asymmetrical Nose Bone, Hanging Columella ... The problems written in the above title can sometimes occur even after rhinoplasty operations performed only once. The patient, who had a primary rhinoplasty operation 2 years ago in a different clinic, applied to our clinic because of aesthetic and functional problems in the nose. On examination of the patient, the following were found: - drooping columella - asymmetrical nostrils - incision scars - asymmetrical and flattened nasal bone - features of thick and fibrotic skin - asymmetrical nose wings In fact, when you look at the images, you can see how asymmetrical the anatomical structure of the nose is. The patient underwent revision rhinoplasty using temporal muscle fascia, removal and rib cartilages. Although the operation performed here is a secondary nose job; It was more difficult than many 4th and 5th rhinoplasty operations I have done. Marginal rim grafts were placed on the left nasal

Keep Your Teeth Clean and Healthy - Gum Diseases Can Affect Your Cardiovascular Health

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Periodontal Disease May Cause The Increase The Risk of Cardiovascular Disease  Heart diseases are among the most common causes of death today. Studies have shown that there may be an increased risk of developing atherosclerotic plaque, which causes occlusion or narrowing of the coronary arteries, or the risk of developing bacterial endocarditis related to the inner surface of the heart or heart valves in people with gum disease and inadequate dental cleaning. As in the patient seen in the photos above and below, there is a regular release of bacteria from the gums into the bloodstream in patients with extensive calculus, bleeding and inflammation in the gums. Therefore, it can be determined that bacteria in atherosclerotic lacquers and bacteria in dental calculus are very close to each other. In general, it is appropriate to clean the teeth every 6 months by the dentist, to explain healthy tooth brushing and oral care recommendations to the patient. Dental Plaques and Atherosclerotic P

We Performed Micromotor Assisted Natural Nose Aesthetics!

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Natural-Looking Rhinoplasty We performed micromotor asisted   natural-looking nose job , on a female patient with a slightly arched nasal tip, with a more than normal nasal tip projection, and a drooping nasal tip. The reduction of the bone tissue in the nasal arch during surgery can be done much easier and with less soft tissue trauma than conventional nasal rasping. At the same time, with the tungsten cylindrical probe, a near-smooth nose arch reduction can be made. We preferred the operation with the open technique. There was almost no bruising on the nasal skin after the procedure, but as with all bone shaping procedures, bruising may inevitably occur. The skin of the patient's nose tip is thick, it looks a little edematous in the photos here. You can find more information and visual content about natural rhinoplasty in the links on the side. Below you can find the before and after images of the patient.  Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon Private Office

We Performed the 4th Revision Rhinoplasty Operation

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We Performed Micro-motor Assisted 4th Revision Nose Aesthetic Surgery With Rib Cartilage  The patient, who had undergone three rhinoplasty operations in different clinics before, was admitted because of asymmetrical nostrils and sagging of the tip of the nose. The following features were found in the examination of the patient: - asymmetrical nostrils - droopy nose tip - features of thick and fibrotic skin - wider than normal nasofrontal angle - weaker than normal and soft nasal cartilage support We planned the 4th rhinoplasty operation for the patient using micromotor, ultrasonic device and rib cartilages. As seen in the video above and the photos below, the patient underwent the following procedures: - bilateral internal low to high osteotomy - bilateral external osteotomy - reduction of the nasal root region by circling with the micromotor system - shaving the roughness on the sides of both chin bones with micromotor system and thinning the nasal bone - replacement and sewing of ala

Nodular Type Basal Cell Carcinoma of Nose Tip

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BCC (Basal Cell Carcinoma) of The Nose An 82-year-old female patient presented with the complaint of a nearly round-shaped, painless, mass lesion on her nose that had been present for about 8 months and was growing gradually. Other otolaryngological examinations of the patient were evaluated as normal. Excisional biopsy was performed after local anesthetic injection in the hospital under operating room conditions. The result of histopathological examination was reported as nodular type basal cell carcinoma. No tumor was found in the surgical margins. Follow-up of the patient was planned. Basal cell carcinomas are locally aggressive and non-metastatic tumors. Similar links >>  Basal Cell Carcinoma of The Nose Tip Skin  /  Nodular Type Basal Cell Carcinoma of the Nose  /  Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) Of The Nasal Tip Skin Source links >>  Basal Cell Carcinoma of the Outer Nose: Overview on Surgical Techniques and Analysis of 312 Patients Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology,

We Performed Again Nasal Valve Surgery + Septum Perforation Repairing Operation

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Nasal Valve and Nasal Septal Perforation Closure Surgery The patient is admitted tto my clinic with comliants of "nasal blockage, whistling sound when breathing through the nose, nasal dryness, nose bleeding, collapse of the nasal wings during breathing". During the exam we found that "the nasal tip is deviated to the left, the nasal bone is deviated to the right, the nasal septum is deviated to the right. There is a perforation of approximately 5 mm in diameter near the anterior part of the nasal septum. There are dry, crusty and bleeding areas on the mucosa at the edge of the perforation. There is nasal valve stenosis, which is more prominent on the left, and nasal valve collapse, which increases while breathing. The Cottle's Maneuver (CM) is positive on both sides. The right inferior turbinate is hypertrophied". Preoperative diagnosis was made as "Nasal septum septum perforation, nasal valve collapse, nasal septum deviation, turbinate hypertrophy "

Galata Tower, Taksim and Sütlüce Beach, Golden Horn, Atatürk Bridge and Galata Bridge Scenes

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A Few Photos and Videos Taken Near Galata Tower I have attached the videos and photos taken from the 8th floor (roof floor) of Galata Times Boutique Hotel, located in an area between Karaköy and Taksim. There is a metro station in the immediate vicinity and if you reduce the amount of driving, you can also find parking garages. Many of my patients stay in hotels in this region, usually in order to walk to the Galata Tower and Taksim, and it is 45 minutes to my office if you use the subway, or 25-30 minutes by car. A bit crowded and preferred place. There are many places with its historical structure and full photographs here. I will continue to share the sights of Istanbul with you as long as I have time. Similar links >>  Travel photos in turkey Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon Private Office: Address:  İncirli Cad. No:41, Kat:4 (Dilek Patisserie Building), Postal code: 34147, Bakırköy - İstanbul Appointment Phone:   +90 212 561 00 52 E-Mail:   murateno

We Performed Revision Nose Job + Nasal Adhesion (Intranasal Synechia) Surgery

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Complicated Secondary Revision Rhinoplasty + Nasal Synechia Surgery + Nasal Septal Spur Removal Surgery In the examination of the patient, who had previously undergone rhinoplasty in a different clinic and had complaints of nasal deformity and nasal congestion, the following were found: - adhesion (approximately cm long) in the anterior part of the left nasal cavity, between the nasal septum and the inferior turbinate mucosa - septal spur formation on the left posterior side of the nasal septum, again posterior to the left nasal cavity (in contact with the posterior turbinate inferior) - columella (hanging olumella) which is more prominent on the left when viewed from the side - asymmetry between the nostrils - droopy nose tip - weak left upper lateral cartilage - asymmetry in the nasal bone The patient with these findings underwent revision rhinoplasty using rib cartilage , septoplasty , septal spur removal , and inranasal nasal synechia removal surgery. During the operation, after t