Rhinoplasty is maybe one of the most complex areas of plastic surgery. It should be performed with operational strategies that vary from patient to patient, in such a way as to optimize the respiratory function. It involves techniques under different names such as open rhinoplasty and closed rhinoplasty; however, these all serve the same purpose that constitutes the basis of the operation: a nose in harmony with the face.

Although rhinoplasty seems to be a procedure commonly preferred by women, certain problems related to the nose, especially breathing problems, are more common in men. Correcting the noticeable details in a male nose, without changing the nose size too much, will protect the general masculine appearance and contribute to the person's facial appearance.

Who can have a rhinoplasty?
Anyone complaining of an unlikable appearance or breathing problem etc. can have rhinoplasty. The only criterion required is the completion of bone development. The average age is 17 in women, and 18 and above in men.

Rhinoplasty “Aesthetic Nose”
One night stay in hospital is standard practise. One week recuperation is recommended.
Dr. Serdar will discuss the options with you during your consultation.

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