Philosophy of Rhinoplasty

It is not possible to achieve perfection in terms of correcting the appearance in aesthetic nose surgeries. Each patient’s tissue may respond differently to surgery. In addition, this surgery is not an organ transplant surgery, such as removing the nose of a person whom the patient takes as an example or likes and attaches it to the patient. The success rate we can achieve in aesthetic nose surgeries is related to the characteristics of the patient’s nasal tissues.

There is no ideal nose, a natural-looking nose that is compatible with your face should be targeted. Our goal in this surgery is to create a natural-looking nose that is compatible with your face by using the existing tissues in your nose. The success of the surgery depends on the surgeon’s knowledge, skills and experience, as well as the patient’s age, general health status, the structure of the nasal skin, the degree of nasal defect, the wound healing power in your tissues, smoking, the condition of other facial structures, and the patient’s special problems.

Who is rhinoplasty suitable for?

  • It is beneficial to postpone rhinoplasty surgeries during the development of adolescents. Considering both bone development and personality development, the lower limit of rhinoplasty age for young people is considered to be 16-17 in girls and 17-18 in boys. There is no upper limit for the age of rhinoplasty.
  • It is necessary to be sure that rhinoplasty is a decision that the person wants to implement in line with his / her own will, not the person’s environment or family.
  • The reflection of psychological disorders may occur in the nose and the patient thinks that there is a problem in his nose.
  • The nose is an organ that draws attention in terms of aesthetic appearance.
  • Traumatic or congenital nasal deformities always attract attention and most of the time, the person may encounter negative behaviors from the environment.
  • If you are in good physical health, have completed your personality development, come of age, have a normal psychological state, and have realistic expectations, if your nose does not fit with your face, and if there are deformities or problems with its functions that will attract attention at first glance, you may be a suitable candidate for aesthetic nose surgery.
  • As an Otorhinolaryngologist, we aim to protect the basic functions of the nose and to improve it if there is a problem, as well as improving the appearance.

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