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Scarless cartilage method for unsuccessful rhinoplasty

Nose formed after unsuccessful surgeries drooping of the tip of the nose or the whole with the tip of the nose found a solution to the disproportionate complaints between
Turkish physician Prof. Dr. Developed by Erdem Tezel and published in the international literature, “Trackless Cartilage Detection Method” provides success in a single operation, as well as providing solutions to complaints of drooping of the nasal tip after unsuccessful surgery or disproportion between the tip of the nose and the whole. Marmara University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Erdem Tezel states that nose surgeries are the most common aesthetic operations. Noting that thanks to the new techniques applied in nose surgeries, extremely natural results can be obtained, Dr. Tezel said, “Sometimes, an operated nose can look ugly, and there can be various reasons for the patient’s dissatisfaction after the operation. These are the obvious errors that the nasal bone is carved too much, the tip of the nose is dropped or it is too raised, the inside of the nostrils are visible, the nose is too short or long compared to the face, the nasal bone and its tip look like two separate parts. In addition, if the nose is incompatible with the face or it is obvious that the nose has been operated due to small details, it is also considered as unsuccessful rhinoplasty.
prof. Dr. Tezel stated that among these problems, a second operation was most frequently performed due to the drooping of the tip of the nose or the disproportion between the tip of the nose and the whole. Tezel stated that thanks to the “Scarless Cartilage Detection” method, which he developed himself and published in “Annals Of Plastic Surgery”, one of the most prestigious refereed journals in the world, there is no need for second operations, and this method is also extremely effective in correction surgeries. He reported that even the noses that are afraid of intervention can be corrected with this method.
Dr. Stating that even a very small intervention with local anesthesia provides good results in some patients, Tezel said: “In the method that eliminates the frequently encountered problem of nasal drop and puts an end to the image called ‘pig nose’, the cartilages forming the tip of the nose, the carrier column of the nose are used. It is attached to the septum cartilage, which can be defined as the septum, with sutures. In the past, it was necessary to cut the tip of the nose from the outside to do this, but with the Traceless Cartilage Detection method, the desired angle and height is given to the tip of the nose with stitches placed completely inside the nose without making any external incisions. In this method, natural-looking noses that are not understood to have undergone surgery are obtained.