In successful rhinoplasty surgery, the existing functional problems of the patient must be eliminated first.

Nose aesthetic surgeries are not only performed to remove deformities in the nose and make it more beautiful. Because mostly patients with problematic nose shape also have disturbances in nasal functions. The purpose of rhinoplasty is to eliminate both shape and functional disorders.

Problems Caused by Deformities in the Nose

In successful rhinoplasty surgery, the existing functional problems of the patient must be eliminated first. For this reason, the patient's nose structure and existing problems should be analyzed very well before the operation. The patient's complaints and expectations from the surgery should be learned in detail. Existing problems in nasal functions and their causes should be investigated. If present, problems such as nasal bone curvature, nasal concha swelling, chronic sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, intranasal polyps, nasal valve stenosis should be diagnosed. For this, in addition to detailed examination, additional examinations and imaging devices should be used if deemed necessary. After all these, during the surgery, first of all, these problems should be eliminated and the patient's air intake channels should be made healthy.

The structure of the nose should be preserved in aesthetic surgeries.

In rhinoplasty operations, sometimes removing more cartilage or bone than necessary to reduce the size of the nose may cause the nose to lose its support, collapse in the nasal wings, and most importantly, problems that prevent breathing in the air channels. The nose that emerges as a result of a successful rhinoplasty should definitely be personal and compatible with the person's facial structure. The nose should be in harmony with the golden ratios and balanced, and should be proportional to the eyes, cheeks, lips, chin and eyebrows, which are the other elements of the face. Because no matter how beautiful the nose is on its own, if it does not integrate with the face, it will not achieve a natural appearance. However, everyone's greatest desire is a natural looking nose.

It should not be understood that the nose is aesthetic.

A successful rhinoplasty should not be understood at first glance, even by the patient's relatives. After the operation, the nose should give the person a more lively, brighter, more positive and younger expression. At first glance, the eyes should come to the fore, not the nose. In addition, the ridge of the nose should be extremely smooth and symmetrical, the ridge of the nose should not be too narrow or too wide, and there should be no asymmetrical depression or protrusion on the ridge of the nose. The ridge of the nose should not be lowered excessively to give an artificial appearance, there should not be too many hollows in women, and there should be no hollows in men, and it should be completely straight. The nose should not be tilted to the right or left from the midline, the tip of the nose should not be too pointed, the nose wings should have a nice curve, but should not give a collapsed appearance from the sides. The tip of the nose should be higher than necessary and the nostrils should not be clearly visible. As a result, with successful rhinoplasty surgery, it should be tried to obtain a pleasant external appearance and a healthy breathing nose.