He completed his medical education at Istanbul University Istanbul Faculty of Medicine. During his medical education, he completed his General Surgery internship at Columbia University in the USA.

After receiving the title of Doctor of Medicine, he worked at Istanbul University, Department of Basic Sciences. Later, he completed his specialization in Ear, Nose and Throat and Head and Neck Surgery at Istanbul Bakırköy Dr. Sadi Konuk Training and Research Hospital.


Nose aesthetics or Rhinoplasty is a facial beautification surgery.


Without Function, You Don't Feel Beautiful.


Rhinoplasty surgery, which causes people who cannot breathe, cannot feel the sense of smell, has a decreased sense of taste, causes constant sinusitis attacks, and causes crusting in the nose, does not beautify the face. It makes the person unhappy.


Nose Compatible with the Face


A nose that is not compatible with the face does not make the face beautiful. When you think of the most beautifully designed nose in the world on a discordant face, that nose will start to become visible; I look into the other person's eyes when I speak, and I look at the other person's lips when he speaks. If that nose says "I'm here" when passing from the eyes to the lips, it gives the feeling that that nose does not belong to that face. It will not make the face beautiful.


(Excessively upturned or low, curved or arched, narrow as if the tip of the nose is pointed or pinched, or wide as a ball. This does not make the face beautiful.)


Face Compatible with the Nose


Rhinoplasty was performed. But it still doesn't fit the face perfectly. So, can natural changes be made on the face? For example, an intervention on the tip of the chin, plumping of the forehead area, correction of the hollows under the eyes..


This is the least mentioned but equally important situation. So much so that in Rhinoplasty surgery, where science and art meet at a higher point, I think the artistic perspective gains importance here.


You should be able to consult, that is, talk about this issue with your doctor. Afterwards, the choice should be up to you. You either get it done or you don't.


Don't forget. If you evaluate all options before surgery, you will not regret it.


The Hippocratic Oath is mentioned. Its content is not fully known. But the point is very simple. “Would you do the same practice if it were you, your spouse, or your child while doing it?”

“Ethics” has no mathematical criterion. But I think this is the answer. I do not apply any treatment to my patients that I do not believe in.

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