Before rhinoplasty (Rhinoplasty) surgery, a detailed physical examination should be questioned whether the patient has a breathing problem, and the reasons for this should be evaluated. Irregularity of the middle wall of the nose, enlargement of the nasal concha or allergic conditions can cause breathing problems. Detection of these situations will be helpful in terms of surgery plan.
Facial photographs of the patient who decides to have surgery are taken, facial analysis is performed and the natural and beautiful nose shape that will suit his face is tried to be determined. And the patient is given descriptions and explanations about the nose that can be made. Photographic studies do not necessarily mean a guarantee of results, they show us approximate results about the new nose that will occur after surgery.
It is recommended that patients do not smoke for one month before and after the operation. Patients using aspirin or similar drugs should stop these drugs one week in advance, in consultation with their doctor.