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Aesthetic surgery aims to improve the appearance of the person. Aesthetic nose surgery or rhinoplasty is the reshaping of the nose to correct the appearance.

The earliest age recommended for rhinoplasty is 16-17 years of age, when 90% of nasal growth is complete. The variable affecting the decision in older people is health rather than age.

 If you have any of the following conditions, you might consider rhinoplasty:

  • If your nose looks too big for your face,
  • If there is a blow or collapse in the profile image of your nose,
  • If the front view of your nose is too wide,If your nose is drooping,
  • If your nose is thick and wide,If your nostrils are wide,
  • If your nose has skewness,
  • If a previous accident caused asymmetry on your nose,
  • If you have a blockage that prevents you from breathing in your nose.

The first step for a person that is consulting to a plastic surgeon to learn about rhinoplasty. One should keep in mind that the desired result may not be perfect, but rather corrected. One of the most important factors that should be determined before any plastic surgery is emotional balance. Rhinoplasty can give your nose a new shape, but it cannot direct the flow of your life. Postoperative complications (such as infection etc.) are rare when applied first to correct the appearance. Poor recovery may require second surgery. The risk of complications is reduced by carefully applying the recommendations of the surgeon during the follow-up period. Rhinoplasty fees and hospital prices are very variable.


The first time you talk to your plastic surgeon, you should pay attention to the following topics:

  • Medical treatments you will receive,
  • Your medical treatment in terms of taking additional nutrients and herbal medicines.
  • Allergies that will create conditions that can cause congestion or breathing difficulties,
  • How often are you going to use nasal sprays that help eliminate congestion?


You should avoid some medical treatment that may complicate your surgery or your healing process. You should give up all of the aspirin and alternative medicines 10 days before surgery. You should stop smoking for a certain period before and after the surgery.

The technique that will be used for your surgery depends not only on your surgeon's preference, but also on what you want and what you expect from the outcome of the surgery. The surgeon should design the nasal shape that is appropriate for you on the computer and evaluate whether or not it is compatible with your expectations. Aesthetic rhinoplasty is used to reduce or enlarge the size of the nose, to reshape the tip, to correct the bulge of the nose, to proportionate the angle between the upper lip and the nose. The incisions in most nasal surgeries are done through the nasal side and they are worked from there. This is called as closed rhinoplasty. In other cases, the surgeon performs open rhinoplasty by opening a small incision in the strip that divides the nostrils into two. Surgery usually lasts for one to a half to two hours, but may be longer depending on the scope of the surgery. There may be a slight pain that easily passes through postoperative medication. To reduce bruising and swelling, you will be asked to lie down slightly and apply a cold compress to your eyes. Nose cast is often taken in the first week of surgery and a one-week bandage is applied to prevent nasal swelling. Because most of the aesthetic rhinoplasties are intranasal, there will be no visible scars. Patients can return to work after 15 days.


After surgery, you should be careful about these things:


First day;


  • In this early period of recovery, you should rest your head slightly to reduce the swelling.
  • You must minimize your movements.
  • You may experience bleeding and blockage in the form of a small amount of leakage. This is normal.


In Ten Days;


  • Your swelling is maximized and begins to descend.
  • Your bruises begin to decrease.
  • You can make up your skin easily.
  • Your stitches are removed.
  • You can return to your school or your non-intensive work.


A few weeks later;


  • You can resume most of your normal activities and exercises. (Week 4)
  • Most of your swelling goes down.
  • You can use the lens from the third day if there is no blood flow in the eye.
  • You can start using glasses.
  • You can put it on the splint that we gave you. (6th week)


In the months following your surgery, you should protect your nose from sunlight. Using sunscreen creams is important to protect your skin.


The degree of correction depends on the scope of the corrective effort and the basic structure of your nose, cartilages and skin. A dramatic result is evident in the shape of a distorted nose, while a slightly larger nose may also be successfully corrected, but the result may not be obvious. It is common for some type of rhinoplasties, to hear that they dont see much difference from relatives and friends. Do not take such reactions as a sign of failure, on the contrary, it will not be noticed if it is a "good" and "natural" apperance.


Factors that are affecting the results positively;


  • Healing of the patient with no problems
  • Having not been operated previously
  • Thinness of the nasal skin
  • Strong cartilage
  • Thin nasal tip
  • Absence of large disproportion between nose and face
  • Good follow-up to doctor's recommendations and care after surgery


Factors that are affecting results negatively:


  • Poor wound healing of the patient
  • Nasal skin is thick, seborrheic
  • Poor cartilage
  • The tip of the nose is thick
  • Large mismatches between the nose and the face
  • Bad postoperative care


The most common problem is that the jaw is too small and behind the nose and forehead. The ratio in statistics is 25%. If your doctor finds you in such a situation, he or she may recommend you to have a jaw surgery in order to make your profile more proportionate and to further increase the positive result from aesthetic nose surgery.


Factors that are affecting results very negatively:


  • Previously operated
  • The need for inoculation of ribs and ear cartilage with great intervention from the beginning
  • Unhealthy skin
  • Surgical skin is stiff, scarred, and difficult to treat.

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