PIEZO NOSE AESTHETICS
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF PIEZO SURGERY IN NOSE AESTHETICS?
With the developing technology in nasal aesthetics, innovations come into our lives. One of them is “Piezo Nose Aesthetics”. For many years edema and bruises seen after nose aesthetics are now a thing of the past. Today, nasal bones are still cut using a hammer and chisel. But with this new method, we are putting an end to all this. “Piezo Nose Aesthetics” both achieve more successful results and increase patient comfort. This method, which minimizes under-eye bruises and swelling, is seen as the future of nasal aesthetics.
WHAT IS PIEZO NOSE AESTHETICS?
“Piezo Nose Aesthetics” is the state-of-the-art technology that works with sound waves without breaking the nasal bone, damaging the vessels and nerves in the nose, and brings us closer to the expected aesthetic result in its aesthetics and is the latest technological point in nasal aesthetics. In fact, a technology that has been applied in medicine for about 20 years has been used safely in nose aesthetics in recent years.
WHICH NOSE STRUCTURES IS PIEZO SURGERY APPROPRIATE FOR?
‘Piezo Nose Aesthetics’ is a system suitable for almost all types of nasal structures that require a correction in the nasal bone. I use it not only for aesthetic problems in the shape of the nose, but also to correct the bony curvatures in the nose, which we call septum deviation. However, for a successful application, it must be done by an experienced specialist in piezo surgery.
IS IT NOW ALSO POSSIBLE NOT TO ENCOUNTER SWELLINGS AND BRUISED NOSES WHEN WALKING ON THE ROAD?
Since the bone tissue is shaped without breaking with the ‘Piezo Rhinoplasty’ and the surrounding vessels, nerves and muscle structures are not damaged, there is almost no bruising and swelling around the eyes of our patients after surgery. They can even go back to work on the 2nd day. I can now comfortably say that the period of bruising and swelling is over with this method. Since the bone tissue is shaped without breaking, the trauma created in the nose is very little and recovery is very fast compared to classical surgical methods.
WHAT DOES THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE DURING PIEZO SURGERY?
In the classical method we used in the past, the nasal bridge was taken with the help of chisels and a hammer and the lateral walls of the nose were narrowed. A serious trauma was applied to the nasal bone. As a result, both swelling and bruising were too much and the recovery period was long. Irregular fractures occur in the bone structure, which could lead to weakness and shape problems in the nose in the future. Now, we are doing smooth procedures at the desired rate without damaging the bone structure. This is also brings with it aesthetic success.
IS THERE A NEED FOR REVISION OPERATIONS WITH THIS METHOD?
Success is very important in the first surgeries. One of the important factors affecting this success is the proper and desired shaping of the bone structure. “Piezo” surgery reduces the need for revision as the bone structure is shaped regularly and millimetrically and corrected in a controlled manner with microsurgery, increasing the success in the first operation.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES AWAITING THE PATIENT?
It increases the aesthetic success that the patient expects from the surgery. Since the bruising and swelling after the operation is very low, it is very good for the patient in terms of morale and can recover in a short time and continue his/her daily life. Since it does not damage the nasal tissue, it provides a healthier and physiological recovery.
HOW IMPORTANT IS THE DOCTOR FACTOR IN OPERATIONS? WHAT MAKES YOU DIFFERENT FROM OTHER DOCTORS?
Rhinoplasty is one of the most difficult and complicated plastic surgeries in the world. Especially the doctors who work with the nose can be more successful in these surgeries. A good doctor, especially those dealing with aesthetics, should follow the technology well and constantly renew himself/herself. As a physician working specifically in this field, I always include the latest innovations and technologies in my surgical practice. Before choosing this method, I did thousands of nasal aesthetics. The most important problem I encountered was about shaping the nasal bone with the classical method and the classical method did not fully meet the aesthetic expectation. The classical method was severely traumatizing the nasal area. At this point, ‘Piezo Nose Aesthetics’ working with sound waves came into play.