Rhinoplasty requires local anaesthesia by sedation or general anaesthesia, depending on the complexity of the surgery and your surgeon’s preferences. Discuss with your doctor what kind of anaesthesia is the best in your case.
We go through the incisions we have made in the intranasal area. We uncover the cartilages and bone. A hump in the bone, any tissue structure that may have protruded, or all the elements that will make the nose deviate to the right or left are eliminated, corrected, and the nose is reshaped.
We can perform these procedures very easily through technological ultrasonic cutters, radio frequency, which we use to reduce the size of the concha or lasers, which we call diode laser. The nasal structure that we form as a result of these processes should be within the ranges of angles and measurements created by scientific principles.
If we apply our own appearance, our own structure to the patient’s nose with our own opinions, we ignore the scientific criteria, and a nose structure that will not fit the patient’s face may be revealed. A clear evaluation of the patient’s face, jaw structure, the state of the cheekbones, the asymmetries of the right side and the left side when we divide the face into two are of great importance in terms of harmony of our result with the face. In other words, if we can make a clear assessment beforehand, we can also determine the result beforehand. By minimizing the interventions, that we can do in the nose, we can minimize swelling and bruising, that will occur in the eyes after the surgery.