Nose correction

The nose often stands out as it occupies the central part of the face.

Physical defects on the nose, as well as deformities that can be congenital or occur after injury, making breathing difficult, are reasons why patients opt for nose correction (rhinoplasty).

Rhinoplasty can eliminate all defects and deformities, change the size and width of the nose, as well as address issues resulting from nasal deviation. Due to the completion of the growth of nasal bone structures, this procedure is performed after the age of eighteen. Although this is one of the most demanding cosmetic surgeries on the face, it is routinely performed in our clinic under general or local anesthesia. Postoperative recovery involves the patient sleeping with their head elevated and applying cold compresses for a few days. They can return to their daily activities after two weeks, and to physical activities after three weeks.

Ear correction

Cosmetic ear correction is one of the most common procedures in aesthetic surgery, addressing issues such as protruding ears or irregular ear shape due to injury.

Protruding ears are a deformity that is noticeable from an early age in children, who may be teased by other children because of this issue, leading to a loss of confidence.

The intervention involves bringing the ears closer to the head, and if necessary, correcting the shape of the earlobes. The operation can be performed from the fourth (or fifth) year of a child’s life because that’s when the development of the earlobes is completed. It is advisable for the intervention to be done if the child expresses a desire for it, due to any discomfort they may experience because of the protruding ears. The surgery is performed under local anesthesia, although in younger children, it is done under general anesthesia. After surgery performed under local anesthesia, the patient can go home immediately, while after general anesthesia, they can go home the next day. After surgery, an elastic bandage is worn for several days, and analgesics are prescribed in case of pain. Daily activities can be resumed after five days, while younger children may need to be careful for a bit longer.

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