“A nose job reveals the vision of a plastic surgeon.”

Although rhinoplasty is one of the most frequently performed procedures, it is a surgery that suffers from significant information pollution. In this essay, I will strive to provide clear information.

Preparation Before the Operation

During the initial consultation, I always discuss the patient’s preferences and endeavor to fully comprehend the specific type of nose desired. In the subsequent phase, I conduct a thorough examination of the nose and inform the patient about the potential outcome of the surgery in terms of shape. It is of utmost importance to me not to misguide my patients or make unrealistic promises. I firmly oppose the use of Photoshop animations. While a doctor can skillfully manipulate Photoshop to depict a desirable nose shape, it is important to note that the surgical outcome will not perfectly match the Photoshop depiction. As Dr. Cem Payaslı, I find it more reliable to present recent patient photographs with their consent, as these demonstrate tangible results.

The Surgical Procedure

If the patient is experiencing any breathing difficulties due to nasal issues, I also perform septoplasty (correction of nasal deviation for improved breathing) during the same operation. The surgery is typically conducted in the morning and lasts approximately 1 to 2 hours. After the surgery, ice is applied to the eyes. It is highly probable that the patient will experience minimal pain after the operation, instead possibly encountering mild discomfort.

Post-Operative Condition

To enhance the patient’s comfort, they are accommodated in the hospital overnight and discharged the following morning. On the third day post-operation, the patient is requested to attend a checkup. In current practice, silicone airway splints have replaced the previously used gauze packings, which were both burdensome for patients and our team alike.

This evolution in surgical technique is groundbreaking. Since silicone does not adhere to various surfaces, the patient experiences minimal discomfort. Patients may only feel a sensation when the silicone is removed. For certain patients who have not undergone septoplasty,

I do not insert nasal tampons. At the conclusion of the first week, the second checkup is conducted, the nasal splint is removed, and a nasal tape is applied. The subsequent phase involves a natural recovery process. At the end of one month, the patient is invited for follow-up pictures, which are then juxtaposed with images taken prior to the operation.

In closing, I would like to emphasize: “A BEAUTIFUL NOSE IS A NATURAL NOSE.”

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