1. What is Nose Aesthetics?

Nasal aesthetic surgery, also called rhinoplasty; It is an operation performed to change the shape of the nose to suit the person’s face and to correct respiratory problems due to structural defects in the nose. Rhinoplasty is called septorhinoplasty or nasoplasty.


2. With Which Methods Is Nose Aesthetic Surgery Performed?

Rhinoplasty operations are traditionally performed with open or closed methods. If radical changes are to be made in the nose and/or intranasal septum of the person, the choice should generally be in the direction of open nose surgery. In this technique, surgeons can work more efficiently because they can see the inside of the nose more easily. In closed rhinoplasty, the inside of the nose is reached only through incisions made through the nostrils. With this non-marking technique, the nose structure and nasal functions can be improved. Piezo rhinoplasty, the last method used in rhinoplasty operations; It is also known as painless rhinoplasty among the people. In the piezo technique, the nose skin, tissue or vessels are not damaged; bones are shaped with mini rasp and saws vibrating with ultrasonic sound waves.


3. Who Can Have Nose Aesthetics?

Nose aesthetic surgery can be performed after the completion of bone development, unless there is a traumatic or serious problem that prevents breathing. Bone development is completed at the age of 16 in women and at the age of 17 in men. Those who aim to eliminate congenital anomalies in their nose, reduce the nose, correct the nose, lift the nose, reduce the nostrils, narrow the nose, widen the nose and make the general shape of the nose compatible with other facial features can have rhinoplasty. The decision of the operation, as a result of patient and surgeon interviews; should be given in accordance with the surgeon’s recommendations.


4. How Much Are Rhinoplasty Prices?

Nasal surgery prices may vary according to the price policy of the hospitals where the operation will be performed, the changes to be made in the patient’s nose, the surgical technique to be applied, the materials to be used during the operation, whether the person has had a previous nose surgery, and the surgeon’s past achievements and expertise. Since each rhinoplasty surgery is planned individually, rhinoplasty prices can be learned clearly as a result of interviews with surgeons.


 5. What is the Recovery Process After Rhinoplasty Operations?

The recovery process after rhinoplasty operation may vary according to the age of the person, skin characteristics, the extent of the changes made during the operation and the surgical technique applied. The patient can stand up and walk around the room half an hour after the rhinoplasty operation. She can return to her desk job or school 3-4 days after rhinoplasty. He can return to his city or country 7 days after rhinoplasty. One month after rhinoplasty, she gets beautiful and corrected enough to take important photos such as graduation or engagement. After rhinoplasty surgery, a period of 6 to 12 months must pass for full recovery to occur. After 1 year of rhinoplasty, your nose has largely taken its final shape and does not change much over the years.