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Nose job or Rhinoplasty is the surgery that changes the shape of the nose, the appearance of the nose and improve breathing or both. The upper portion of the structure of the nose is bone, and the lower portion is cartilage. Rhinoplasty can change bone, cartilage, skin or all three. Rhinoplasty is known as Nose Job and possible changes that your surgeon can make to your nose through rhinoplasty include:

  • a change in size

  • a change in angle

  • straightening of the bridge

  • reshaping of the tip

  • narrowing of the nostrils


Rhinoplasty is the most common of all the plastic surgery procedures. Nose job or rhinoplasty surgery in Turkey is becoming more popular as well because of the professional and top best rhinoplasty surgeons in Istanbul, Turkey.​

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Benefits of Rhinoplasty

If you are considering undergoing a nose job in Turkey, you probably have a functional or cosmetic imperfection that you would like to change it. Once these issues are successfully resolved, you will look forward to a number of benefits including: 

  • Balanced and symmetrical facial appearance.

  • Attractive nose shape that blends in with your other features.

  • Smaller and more proportionate nose look that fits in with the rest of your face.

  • Elegant and smoother nasal look.

  • Ability to breathe easier.

  • Improvement of your life's quality.

  • Increase your self confidence.  


Primary Rhinoplasty

Primary rhinoplasty is the operation of the nose that is designed to change or reshape the nose
and is the first operation ever performed on that nose for the same reason. The term secondary rhinoplasty refers to an operation done a second time on the same nose as many individuals desire further changes to their nose. Primary rhinoplasty generally has the goal of improving the aesthetic appearance of the nose.
The Primary rhinoplasty operation is performed by altering the bone and cartilages that make up the core structure of the nose after elevating the skin from the underlying structures and then the skin is then put back down onto the underlying structures. This just refers to the fact that the procedure is the first Rhinoplasty a patient has had. Any subsequent Rhinoplasty procedure would be considered a revision, which tends to be more complicated depending on the quality and extent of the first procedure. Rhinoplasty (commonly referred to a “nose job”) is a plastic surgery procedure that involves reshaping the nose. It can be either a cosmetic procedure performed to improve the appearance of the nose, a medically necessary procedure to improve nasal breathing, or a combination of both. Primary rhinoplasty refers to first-time nasal surgery, whether for cosmetic or functional purposes, as opposed to secondary (revision) rhinoplasty, which indicates the patient has had one or more previous rhinoplasty surgeries. Primary rhinoplasty is accomplished by removing excess bone and cartilage from beneath the
skin covering the nose. In some cases, cartilage grafts are added to help remodel the nasal framework. After alteration of the supporting structures, the skin is repositioned over the newly shaped framework to give the nose its new appearance. The changes may be subtle or dramatic, depending on the needs of the patient.

Our rhinoplasty surgeon’s goal is to produce a nose that looks natural, functions properly, and is in balance and harmony with other facial features. The “operated look” is thereby avoided. Get well Healthcare offers 3D Rhinoplasty Simulation using the Vectra 3D Imaging System to simulate the proposed before and after results of rhinoplasty surgery. While each primary rhinoplasty patient’s wishes are always central to what we do, there are limiting factors. Skin texture and thickness, previous injuries or nasal surgeries, individual variations in healing, and facial proportion and contour play important roles in what can, and should, be achieved with a nose job. These and other factors will be fully discussed during your consultation.

Revision or Secondary Rhinoplasty

Revision Rhinoplasty is the corrective nose shape surgery that alters the shape and/or function
of the nose after a previous rhinoplasty. Revision rhinoplasty is also called Secondary
Rhinoplasty. Revision Rhinoplasty is done when aesthetic and reconstructive nasal re-shaping
done in previous operation is not properly done resulting in cosmetic or functional deformity.
Sometimes Revision may be required beyond a secondary operation, such as a third or fourth
Our Surgeons at Get well Healthcare analyze each individual requirement in aesthetic
reshaping of the nose, discuss with you the probable outcome after the operation and take
maximum precautions to prevent Revision Rhinoplasty. The results of rhinoplasty that can be
expected depend upon the surgeon and the patient's desires. Certain results and expectations are possible and some others are not possible. Therefore, both surgeon and the patient have to decide prior to surgery the possible outcome making sure that patient will achieve what they desire with minimal chances of revision surgery.

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Crooked Nose Correction

Crooked Nose is an asymmetric nose typically characterized by deviation of the bony upper third and/or the cartilaginous lower two thirds of the nose. Deviation is often sinusoid in nature and the tip may or may not be in midline (S-shaped crooked nose deformity). Crooked Nose structural problems often contribute to nose functional problems like nasal obstruction and also complicate optimal surgical management.
Crooked Nose Rhinoplasty:
Correction of the crooked nose poses one of the greatest challenges in Septorhinoplasty. The rhinoplasty surgeon must take care of correction of contour deformities as well as the nasal obstruction. Our rhinoplasty surgeons can work completely on any type of nose deformity and gives you the best outcome possible both for cosmetic correction and functional correction. Rhinoplasty surgeons plan surgical correction of the crooked nose after accurate diagnosis, taking into consideration balance, proportion, symmetry and correction of nasal function. causes of crooked nose includes Fractured nasal bones due to trauma of accidents or birth trauma are the leading cause of an asymmetric nose. These patients frequently experience progressive nasal obstruction as offending trauma leads to both septal deviation and disruption of traditional nasal support mechanisms with that internal and external nasal valve collapse may result. Diseases of the septum and internal nose like autoimmune or immunologic diseases which are classic examples of disorders resulting in septal injury.

Hump Reduction Rhinoplasty

Hump Reduction Rhinoplasty procedure is one of the most common causes for rhinoplasty operation. Nasal humps are formed by either cartilage or bone. Nasal Hump Reduction Rhinoplasty is the aesthetic correction or slimming down of the hump. Both the bone and the cartilage must be removed for the success of Hump Reduction
Benefits of Hump Reduction Surgery
Hump reduction is also called Dorsal Hump Reduction. Clients can get rid of unwanted bump protruding from their nose to reach their ultimate facial aesthetic appearance. Dorsal hump reduction is done just to remove a small bump that many clients are unhappy with, others may go with reshaping the entire curve of their nose. Most rhinoplasty surgeons are using computer imaging software to give their clients the
opportunity to see before and after photos of the procedure, allowing the client to find themselves if they will like their new nose and what additional features they may add to the hump reduction.
There are many things that has to be considered before reducing the hump on your bridge


Causes of nasal hump includes:
The bridge nose is actually composed of bone in its upper third and cartilage in the remaining lower two-thirds. Humps may be limited to the upper bony portion of the bridge which can be addressed by removing the excess bone only and some others may have a hump of cartilage which can be
addressed by trimming the cartilage and commonly the hump is composed of both excess bone and cartilage in which both the bone and cartilage are shaved.
Hump Reduction
Some patients prefer leaving a small amount of hump to feel bridge fullness after surgery to maintain some ethnic or family features or just a personal preference. So, it is important for you to communicate with your rhinoplasty surgeon how much of the hump reduction you want.

Rhinoplasty After Care
Rhinoplasty after Care Instructions:
● Apply crushed ice in an ice bag or Swiss Eye Pads (obtained from the hospital) over the skin surrounding the bandage to minimize swelling and bruising during the day for the first 72 hours after surgery. Do not put pressure on the nasal splint.
● Rhinoplasty care after operation
Keep your head elevated on two pillows when sleeping for one week after the surgery.
● Do not blow your nose for the first 2 weeks after surgery to prevent bleeding, try to do sneeze through your mouth. You may sniff backwards.
● Avoid strenuous activity (increasing your heart rate above 100 beats per minute i.e. aerobics, heavy lifting and bending over) for the first 2 weeks after surgery. This includes sexual intercourse and sexual activity.
● Finally, You should slowly increase your activities after 1 week so that you will be back to normal by the end of the 2rd week.
● Avoid hitting your nose for 4 weeks after surgery.
● You may eat a normal diet after surgery

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Full Recovery from Rhinoplasty Surgery
On average, it takes about a full year to completely recover from a rhinoplasty or nose reshaping procedure. As long as you do everything you can to maintain optimal health and take good care of your nose during this time, you might even be able to minimize the recovery time.
To give you a better idea of what to expect during your rhinoplasty recovery period, here’s a weekly breakdown of the timeline:
● Week 1: Your facial plastic surgeon will examine your nose and most likely remove your splint. During this time, you may notice some minor bruising around the eyes, but otherwise you should be able to resume your normal activities. Just be mindful of everything you do, how much sun exposure you get, and don’t put any pressure on your face or lift heavy objects.
● Week 2: Most of the facial bruising and swelling should have subsided by now.
● Weeks 3 and 4: If you work out, at this point you can resume cardiovascular exercises.

● Week 6: Resistance workouts and strength training can be resumed at this time as the bones should be stable. But be sure to consult with your facial plastic surgeon and general physician before resuming strenuous physical activities.
● 3 to 6 Months: Numbness and abnormal skin sensations around your nose should be completely gone by this point.
● One year: By this point, the healing process should be complete, give or take a few weeks or months. You shouldn’t experience any swelling, bruising, discomfort, redness, or pain at this point. Also, you should be able to see the full results of your rhinoplasty.

Tips for Facilitating the Rhinoplasty Surgery Recovery Time

Following these important tips throughout the recovery period will help facilitate your recovery and keep it fully on track.

Follow Your Doctor’s Instructions
You can read all of the online articles you want about what to expect during the recovery period and what you should do, but the best piece of advice you can take is to just follow your doctor’s instructions and book follow-up consultations regularly. Your facial plastic surgeon knows your case history in detail and since they’re the one who performed the procedure, they should be able to aptly help you through the recovery process and prescribe the appropriate medications.

Watch out for Certain Side Effects
Immediately following your nose reshaping procedure, you may notice a few different side effects like redness or slight bruising under the eyes. This should subside within the first two weeks, but if it persists, then you should consult with your facial plastic surgeon. In the beginning, you may also feel a little discomfort or soreness but this should also subside in the coming weeks. If you feel intense discomfort or pain to the point where you can’t return to your
regular activities, then you should let your doctor know.

Keep Your Head Elevated
For the first little while, it’s extremely important that you keep your head elevated in a straight upright position as much as possible to facilitate proper blood flow and prevent further injury. Unfortunately, this means that for the first six weeks or so post-surgery, you’ll have to sleep in 
an upright position and avoid turning onto your back or sides as this could displace your nose, which is still healing.

Reduce Swelling with a Cold Compress
During the first 2-3 days following surgery, you should apply a cold compress to your face to help reduce the swelling and redness. Be careful not to press the cold compress directly to your nose as this will put it out of place. Apply it to your cheeks instead and avoid touching your nose altogether.

Maintain a Healthy Diet
As always, it’s important to maintain a healthy diet, especially when you’re recovering from a major or minor surgery. Eat nutritious foods that are rich in vitamin C, vitamin D, protein, calcium, and that have anti-inflammatory properties to help keep swelling down and assist with the healing process.

Avoid Blowing Your Nose
This may seem pretty obvious, but it bears repeating. Avoid blowing your nose at all costs for the first six weeks or so following your rhinoplasty procedure. During this time, you’re going to experience a lot of congestion due to blockages in your nasal passage while your nose is healing. Do not blow your nose. Instead, talk to your doctor about using saline-based nasal sprays to help clear up the congestion and mucus buildup. On that note, you should also avoid any direct physical contact with your nose whatsoever for the first six weeks and this includes wearing sunglasses, face masks, and even scratching an itch. Even the smallest point of contact can cause injury.

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