Rhinoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure performed for the nose. This procedure is performed to change the shape, size and structure of the nose. Rhinoplasty is usually performed by people who are not satisfied with the appearance of their nose or by people who have breathing problems due to their nose structure.

Rhinoplasty is usually performed under anesthesia and the procedure time can vary between 1-2 hours on average. Before the procedure, a detailed discussion is held between the surgeon and the patient about the procedure and expectations are determined. The surgeon collects information about the patient’s facial structure and nose structure and informs the patient about his expectations after the procedure.

Rhinoplasty is performed by adjusting the nasal bone and cartilage. The surgeon breaks and reshapes the nasal bone and brings the cartilage into the desired shape. During this procedure, the surgeon may also replace the nostrils (nasal cavities).

After the rhinoplasty procedure, the patient may usually experience mild pain and swelling. Painkillers and ice chips placed on the eyes can help reduce these symptoms. After the rhinoplasty procedure, the patient is usually hospitalized at home for a few days and then monitored at the procedure site.

Rhinoplasty usually gives successful results and people’s satisfaction with their nose appearance increases. However, like every surgical procedure, there are some risks in rhinoplasty.

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