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Nose is at the most prominent part of the face due to its position, and is the primary element that determines the visual quality of the face. Nose which is also a functional organ in addition its aesthetic effect has become one of the most commonly operated parts as the rhinoplasty evolves. Aesthetic nose operation called as “Rhinoplasty” is the reshaping of the nose by surgical intervention. This operation can be used to remove any deformations, crookedness, irregularities, or in nose reduction, enlargement, tip pointing-out, tip lifting, or nostril reduction.

Besides visual dissatisfaction, another complaint of the patients is functional incompetence. Most patients suffer from breath obstructions, nasal concha formations, nose wing collapses, or sleeping with an open mouth and associated teeth/gum problems. Such problems can be easily eliminated without any additional discomfort due to certain attempts to be applied during rhinoplasty operation. “Septoplasty” is used to remove any cartilage curvatures formed inside of the nose while concha-related complaints can be eliminated using radiofrequency techniques during the same phase. The association of “aesthetical and functional” interventions which constitute an integral part of rhinoplasty operations is called “Septorinoplasty”, and patients have a nose which is both aesthetical and ensures easy breathing at a time.

Although the concept of an aesthetical nose has been long attempted to be defined by figures or angles over years in parallel with the developments in the plastic surgery, the main concern is to apply those figures and angles correctly on the face of a person. In this context, requests of the patient is the main determinant while the primary purpose of a surgeon is to fulfill those requests in the most prudent and natural way possible.

A successful nose operation is the one that results in a unexaggerated and functional nose which fits the face of the patient and ensures unrestricted freedom of breathing.


  • Rhinoplasty begins when a patient decides to have the operation. In this phase, stability of the emotional situation of the patient is important. Upon making this decision, first interview will be made with the patient. The first interview is the first contact between the patient and the surgeon and is to query the general health condition of the patient in detail in addition to the nose examination. A chronic condition history, medications regularly used, herbal treatments, smoking, vitamin supplements, and probability of pregnancy are important since they can change the course of the operation, and should not be ignored. Nose examination is carried out to examine visual deformities, crookedness, any breath-obstructing narrowing, concha formations, and understand what the patient expects from this operation. Expectations of the patient will be reviewed based on experience of the surgeon, and the patient will be informed if their expectations can be fulfilled, and whether the outcome desired will fit the appearance of the face. Following this detailed information exchange to take place in the light of the above, technical details related to the operation will be explained to the patient, and questions arisen regarding the application will be answered. The first interview will end upon taking photos and scheduling the potential operation date.

    The second pre-operation interview will take place preferably a few days before the operation. This interview is to query whether any new health problem or medication has arisen within the time from the first interview, and any new questions of the patients regarding the operation will be answered. Work on the photos taken in the first interview and related images will be presented to the patient, and the image that the patient wishes to have will be determined. Details regarding the course of the operation will be provided to the patient based on such image, and tests will be conducted to evaluate patient’s eligibility for the operation. Operation for patients who are found to be eligible for receiving anesthesia as the results of tests conducted will be finalized.


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Noyan Clinic

Vali Konağı Cad. No:69 D:1 Nişantaşı Şişli
Istanbul, Turkey
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