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Thick Skinned Female Nose Job - Before and 1 Year After Surgery

Rhinoplasty For Oily Round Nose Tip You can find the photos above and below before and after the open technique, micromotor assisted rhinoplasty operation performed on the patient with thick skin and a rounded nose tip. Thick-skinned female noses are characterized by a dense dermal layer. Rhinoplasty procedures for these noses require specialized techniques to achieve refined and balanced results, enhancing facial harmony and boosting self-confidence. Skilled surgeons employ tailored approaches to address specific concerns while maintaining the natural beauty and unique features of each individual. Whether it's reducing nasal width, refining the nasal tip, or improving overall proportions, thick-skinned female nose rhinoplasty offers personalized solutions for a more harmonious facial appearance. How to identify a thick-skinned nose? Understanding the characteristics of a thick-skinned nose can help individuals make informed decisions regarding rhinoplasty procedures. A thick-skinn

Iatrogenic Nostril Stenosis

Closure of the nostril entrance with excessive scarring and healing tissue The patient, who had complaints such as stenosis of the nostrils, congestion, difficulty in breathing through the nose, and sleeping with the mouth open after repeated nose surgeries, applied to our clinic. In the examination of the patient, it was observed that there was excessive scar tissue at the entrance of the nostrils, causing stenosis on the inner side. It was interpreted by palpation that there were different protrusions and asymmetrical areas under the skin at the tip of the nose. During the operation, it was observed that there were many non-absorbable suture materials and asymmetric cartilage grafts. The scar tissue was excised and the incisions were sutured. The patient was recommended to use creams containing antibiotics and cortisone and a nostril retainer, and follow-up was planned. Definition of Nostril Stenosis Nostril stenosis refers to a medical condition characterized by the narrowing or con

Example of Complicated 3rd Revision Nose Aesthetics

Tertiary Revision Rhinoplasty For Asymmetrical, Curved Nose The patient, whose pre- and post-operative photographs and videos are presented above and below, had previously undergone rhinoplasty in different clinics. After the operation, collapse of the nose wings, downward sagging at the tip of the nose, asymmetric roughness on the nasal dorsum appeared. The patient underwent revision rhinoplasty using rib cartilage. Micromotor system was used to make the patient's nasal dorsum smoother. A complicated 3rd revision nose aesthetic indication refers to a specific scenario in which a patient has undergone two previous nose surgeries, also known as rhinoplasty procedures, and is now seeking a third revision due to unsatisfactory results, functional issues, or other complications. This indication indicates a complex and challenging case that requires specialized expertise and careful planning. Several factors can contribute to the need for a 3rd revision nose aesthetic procedure: 1. Unsa

Augmentation Rhinoplasty Operation

Nasal Aesthetics For Increasing Nose Size Definition of Augmentation Rhinoplasty Augmentation rhinoplasty, also known as nasal augmentation or nose augmentation, is a surgical procedure performed to enhance the shape, size, and projection of the nose. It involves the use of various techniques to add volume or support to specific areas of the nose, creating a more balanced and harmonious facial appearance. The procedure is commonly used to address nasal bridge flattening, a lack of nasal projection, or to correct nasal deformities or asymmetries. The primary goal of augmentation rhinoplasty is to achieve a more aesthetically pleasing and proportionate nasal contour that harmonizes with other facial features. The procedure can be performed using different materials, such as autologous tissue (from the patient's own body), synthetic implants, or cartilage grafts harvested from other areas of the body. Generally, I prefer to use the patient's own tissues (temporalis fascia, cartila