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Think Several Times Before Entering a Public Pool Early After Rhinoplasty!

When is It Safe to Start Swimming in A Pool After Nose Aesthetic Surgery? May be a bit of a sad article for our patients who love to enter the pool and swim. During rhinoplasty operations, varying degrees of injury to the mucous membrane in the nose and various incisions are made in the nose. In other words, in the nose job operation, it is not just outside the nose; It is also touched inside the nose. It would not be correct to see it as just a simple shape change process, and what should be considered in this regard is that you have to wait for a long time for the inside of the nose to come into contact with water, such as "Public Pool", in which different microorganisms can be found. Maybe when you look, you can see that the water in many pools is clear, clean and bright. You may think that pool water is much cleaner and clearer than a sea water. However, keep in mind that many pools are made this way using only chlorine and clarifying chemicals. In addition to the risk of

A Minimally Traumatic Eardrum Repair Technique: Transcanal Myringoplasty

Closure of Eardrum Hole Without Visible Skin Incision Hearing loss and recurrent middle ear infections, which may vary depending on the location and size of the hole, can be seen in patients with a hole in the eardrum . Especially in selected patients with healthy and normal middle ear mucosa, without chronic otitis media or cholesteatoma, tympanic membrane operations can be performed "transcanally", that is, through the canal of the external auditory canal. Sometimes with endoscopic and sometimes microscopic technique, this operation can be performed only through the outer ear canal. On this subject, you can take a look at the Different Details on Endoscopic and Microscopic Eardrum Surgery article that I prepared before.  It can be done to close the holes in the eardrum, to increase the hearing level of the patients and to prevent recurrent middle ear infections. In other words, it is aimed that the eardrum can perform its barrier function and hearing-related function again

Cool, Small, Dry Turbinate: Empty Nose Syndrome

It's Not Just That Turbinate Volumes Are Small; The Fact That The Fibrotic and Mucous Membranes Have Changed Also Cause Their Functions to Be Negatively Affected Turbinates in the nose, as I mentioned in previous articles, are unique, round sausage or pressed sausage-shaped tissues with a mucosal membrane covered with mucus layer and ciliated epithelium, abundant capillary vascular network and warm tissue inside, and bone-containing tissues in the innermost part. There are 3 of these structures in each nasal cavity. These structures perform the task of rotating the air taken from the nose by hitting themselves, increasing the intranasal airway resistance, slowing the air taken from the nose, thus gradually cleaning, humidifying, heating, purifying and pressurizing the air that moves by slowing down and rotating. Especially the inferior tubinates, which are at the bottom, are the most responsible for nasal functions. What should the characteristics of healthy turbinates be? Above is

We Performed The Oroantral Fistula Closure With Buccal Fat Pad Flap

Oroantral Fistula (OAF) and Chronic Maxillary Sinusitis About 6 months ago, the patient who underwent right molar tooth extraction and after which complaints of facial fullness, pain, feeling of food in the mouth getting into the nose, and pain hitting the teeth arose, was diagnosed with oroantral fistula and related maxillary sinusitis in a different dental clinic. He performed oroantral fistula repair with local mucosal flap techniques in the same clinic. The patient applied to our clinic because his complaints continued. On the paranasal sinus tomography of the patient above, a bone defect at the base of the right maxillary sinus was observed in the molar tooth area. It was observed that the maxillary sinus cavity was completely filled with inflammatory tissue. A diagnosis of " Odontogenic Sinusitis " or " Dental Sinusitis " was made.  Oroantral Fistula Definition Here, the abnormal transition or pathological connection between the oral cavity and the maxillary c

Adenoid Hypertrophy and Tongue Tie May Affect Teeth and Facial Development in Children!

Tongue Tie Surgery With Adenoidectomy Operation - Two Simple Operations That Have a Positive Effect on the Development of Jaw and Facial Bones in Children In the photo above, the appearance of the patient's under tongue and the removed adenoid tissue, 3.5 years old, who underwent adenoidectomy + thermal welding device assisted tongue tie release surgery (frenectomy) operations due to adenoid hypertrophy and tongue tie are seen. Adenoid hypertrophy, which causes long-term open mouth sleep and nasal congestion, can negatively affect mouth and face development in the long term, just like tongue tie. You can think of it as two unrelated situations, but I would like to simply add the following information. Correct Tongue Resting Position is Very Important in Babies During The Sleep "In babies, during sleep, the tongue lies on the roof of the mouth, on the side, in contact with the upper palate. In other words, the tongue acts as an expander, a repulsive muscle organ that shapes the

Different Beautiful Areas of Istanbul: Cankurtaran and Kilyos

Kumkapi, Kadirga, Cankurtaran and Sariyer - Kilyos Area Istanbul may be the most beautiful city in the world, when you come to this city for surgery, there are many historical, natural and touristic areas within a short distance to visit. Cankurtaran area, Kumkapı, Yenikapı and Kadırga are close to each other. You can find many hotels and historical buildings here, and you can also get on the small boats that depart for the Bosphorus tour, attend tile making workshops and whirling dervish shows. Below you can find photos taken from the roof of a hotel in Cankurtaran: Below you can find the photos taken from The Fiyort Cafe in Kilyos and the photos and videos taken at the Kilyos Beach: Kilyos Seaside, Sariyer Videos 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:  Mobile phone:   +90 533 6