The origin of the word rhinoplasty is Greek and is formed from a combination of the German words “rhinis” and “plattein”: to shape, to shape, to shape. The origin of rhinoplasty dates back to 600 AD in Egypt and India. The first record of rhinoplasty, especially used to treat broken noses in those years, is found in the Edwin Smith Papyrus of Ancient Egypt. In the 5th century, a famous doctor named Sushruta developed nose reconstruction by taking skin from the cheek and published these achievements as the Sushruta Samhita method.
In the 15th century, rhinoplasty was inspired by ancient Indian practices. It was re-recorded by the Sicilian surgeon Branca in 1442 with a skin shift on the cheeks and forehead. Another Italian nose surgery technique, removing soft tissues in the arm area, is described by Gaspare Tagliacozzi in his book De Curtorum Chirurqia. In the 18th century, German surgeon Carl von Graefe published an article titled "Indische Technik der Nasal Reconstruction" and used the word "rhinoplasty" for the first time in this article. While rhinoplasty was first performed with incisions made by pushing the skin from the outside of the nose, forehead and cheeks, J. Roe started to perform operations inside the nose. In 1898, Jacques Joseph used pieces of bone and cartilage to give rhinoplasty its current shape.
Rhinoplasty (nose aesthetics) is a nose surgery that corrects deformations caused by genetic or external factors in accordance with the structure of the person's face or at the request of patients who are not satisfied with the aesthetic appearance of their nose. Rhinoplasty surgery is an important application for respiratory problems as well as aesthetic dissatisfaction.
Primary rhinoplasty is a nasal aesthetic procedure performed due to deformities. Surgery is performed to eliminate deformities in the nose caused by genetic or external factors. In primary rhinoplasty, the bridge of the nose is filed and the cartilage is reduced or shortened according to the patient's request and facial structure.
Septorhinoplasty is used in rhinoplasty to solve respiratory problems and correct the shape of the nose. In this operation, the cause of breathing difficulties is determined, the shape of the nose is corrected, and the breathing problem is eliminated by intervening in the arch and cartilage curvatures.
Tipplasty is a form of rhinoplasty in which only the cartilage is operated without touching the bone and the shape of the tip of the nose is changed when necessary.
Concotomy is an operation that aims to reduce the size of the nasal conchae (concha noses) to facilitate breathing.
Septoplasty is a type of rhinoplasty that is performed only to eliminate the breathing problems of the person without aesthetic concerns. This surgery only affects the nasal concha, polyps or symptoms in the person's nose, making it easier to breathe.
Complicated rhinoplasty, also known as revision, is a second rhinoplasty performed after the previous rhinoplasty, when the respiratory problem cannot be resolved or the desired shape cannot be achieved for various reasons.
Liquid rhinoplasty is a type of non-surgical rhinoplasty. With this tip rhinoplasty, only visuals are detailed and this is how the nose is removed. This model will be one for the future, which will come to the nose. With this method, the nose, contour problems and sagging of the tips can be eliminated.
Open rhinoplasty is generally the preferred technique for aesthetic and health procedures such as bone curvature, revised surgery, large nasal flesh, cartilage collapses, sagging of the nasal tips.
With this rhinoplasty technique, incisions are made through the nose. It is popularly known as "scarless nose surgery". The healing process is faster than open rhinoplasty and the possibility of scarring is very low.
Depending on the type of intervention to be performed, the doctor decides which technique will be used.
The duration varies from person to person. One week after the surgery, the tampons are removed and the return to normal life is accelerated. Although the person can continue his social and professional life, the time to get full results is one year.
Everyone's perception of pain is different. Since rhinoplasty is an operation performed under anesthesia, no pain is felt during the operation. Depending on the pain threshold of the person, the next process can lead to unbearable pain.
Since the full recovery process after rhinoplasty takes one year, it is recommended to wait at least one year for a second operation.
As mentioned before, the recovery period after rhinoplasty is 1 year. It is recommended not to use glasses for the first 6 months after the surgery. In order not to damage the shape of the nose, it is important to protect the nose from pressure and impacts during this period.
Before rhinoplasty, it is possible to see the most suitable nose shape for the face by means of a simulation, depending on the technological structure of the clinic performing the treatment.
Rhinoplasty prices vary depending on the facility chosen, the doctor and the type of surgery performed. Please contact us for detailed information and price requests.
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