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How much does septorhinoplasty cost in Turkey?
The average cost of septorhinoplasty in Turkey in Istanbul is £2000. Depending on the needs, septorhinoplasty costs from £1400 to £2600 in Turkey.
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What is a septorhinoplasty in Turkey?
A septorhinoplasty in Turkey is a nose operation to improve your nose’s appearance and improve the way you breathe through your nose by correcting for example a deviated nasal septum.
It involves operating on the bones and cartilage that give the nose its shape and structure (rhinoplasty) and straightening the septum (septoplasty). The septum is the cartilage and bone inside the nose that divides the nostrils.
Nowadays, nasal surgery is approached from the point of view of naturalness, seeking facial harmony where the nose is fully integrated into the face as a whole.
The latest advances in nasal surgery make it possible to perform a type of intervention in which, in addition to the aesthetic and functional correction of the nose or rhinoplasty, the patient’s respiratory function is improved.
This surgical technique in Turkey known as Septorhinoplasty makes it possible for the patient to obtain a very natural result on an aesthetic level, as well as an excellent improvement on a functional level.
Septorhinoplasty in Turkey is, therefore, a great advantage and comfort for the patient as it treats her nose in a global way, with a single intervention and a single postoperative period, also facilitating a faster recovery.
What are the benefits of a septorhinoplasty in Turkey?
If nasal surgery for health (or cosmetic) reasons is successful, your nose will be the size and shape you want and you will be able to breathe through both nostrils. Most people who have a successful septorhinoplasty in Turkey feel more comfortable with their appearance.
Are there alternatives to septorhinoplasty?
If you have a nose obstructed by a deviated septum, you may only be able to have a septoplasty or a submucosal resection. A rhinoplasty is the only way to change the appearance of your nose.
If you have a blocked nose because your nasal bones are crooked or damaged, a rhinoplasty (usually in conjunction with a septoplasty or submucous resection) is the only option to improve the way you breathe.
What does the operation involve?
A septorhinoplasty is almost always performed under general anaesthesia. The operation usually takes between one and two hours.
The surgeon will make an incision in the mucosa (the skin-like lining inside the nose) and lift it away from the cartilage and bone. They will remove the parts of the cartilage and bone that are bent and replace the rest in a straight position.
The surgeon may refine the tip of your nose by reducing the cartilage. If you have a hump (dorsum) on your nose, it will be shaved off. Your surgeon may also straighten and narrow your nasal bones by breaking and then setting (fracturing) them. The surgeon may need to support or reconstruct part of the nose.
Once the operation is over and after a short rest of 48 hours, the patient can gradually return to her daily routine.
What complications can occur?
- Infection at the surgical site (wound)
- Blood clots
- Bruising and swelling
- Bleeding caused by infection
- Unsightly scarring
- Developing a bruise or abscess
- Nerve injury
- Cosmetic problems
- Nasal obstruction
- Graft rejection
- Reduced sense of smell
- Toxic shock syndrome
When will I recover?
If you had any packing in your nose, it is usually removed the morning after the operation. Once this has been removed, you should be able to go home.
You will need to stay off work and away from groups of people for two weeks to avoid catching a cold, which could result in infection. You should also not do any exercise, take hot baths or bend over. Most of the swelling and bruising has usually settled after the third week.
Regular exercise will help you resume normal activities as soon as possible. Before you start exercising, you should seek advice from a member of your healthcare team or your GP.
It may take many months for your nose to settle and for the final appearance to develop.
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