Plastic surgery is shaping and reconstruction surgery. In other words, the correction of all kinds of physical disorders, congenital or acquired, is within the scope of this surgery. Some of the diagnosed and treated conditions are facial deformities – asymmetries, congenital masses, rare facial clefts, cleft lip and palate, craniofacial – maxillofacial anomalies (e.g. jaw, facial and skull deformities, irregularities, deficiencies, orthognathic surgery (Jaw closure disorders), absence of auricle, prominent ear and other deformities, nasal defects, tumors, ruptures, salivary gland problems, congenital tumor, nevus (me), masses, vascular malformations, hemangiomas, bone and soft tissue trauma of the face, maxillofacial surgery (Bone defects-fractures-shape and function disorders caused by traffic accident, tumor and other reasons,head and neck tumors and repair of their defects, absence, asymmetry or excess breast tissue, breast reconstruction after cancer, gynecomastia (Big breast in men), congenital anomalies of the genital organs (Epispadias, hypospadias, vaginal agenesis etc.), repairs of genital organs, replantation of ruptured organs, chest and abdominal wall defects, hand Surgery (Traumas, tumors, finger transfers, finger repair-lengthening etc.), deficiencies and deformities in hand and foot, peripheral nerve problems (traumas, neuropathies, defects, masses),skin and soft tissue tumors, acute burn and post-burn deformities, contractions, contractions, damages caused by electricity and chemicals in soft tissues, skin and subcutaneous wounds caused by various infections, radiation and other effects chronic wounds (pressure sores, venous wounds, diabetic foot wounds)
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Operations
Craniofacial Surgery: These are surgeries to correct any congenital deformities of the head shape and facial area.
Maxillofacial Surgery: It is the correction of all kinds of deformities and functional disorders of the soft tissues and facial bones of the face region, congenital or after an accident. Other congenital anomalies such as cleft lip and cleft palate fall into this group. Since the auricle is not partially or completely congenital, the auricle is formed again from the ribs.
Microsurgical Operations: These are the methods that are used for various purposes and are based on the suturing of very thin vessels and nerves under the operating microscope. Covering open wounds with free tissue transfer, treatment of facial paralysis, and replantation of severed limbs are examples of this surgery group.
Oncological Reconstructive Surgery: It is the correction of functional and deformity caused by removing a tumor from any part of the body. Reconstruction of the breast, reconstruction of the jawbone are examples and it is often performed with the use of microsurgical surgery methods.
Hand Surgery: It is the correction of all kinds of congenital and subsequent functional and deformities of the arm, forearm and hand, nerves, muscles, tendons and bone structures.
Wounds: It is possible to close all kinds of simple and complicated wounds with various medical and surgical methods. Chronic wounds, wounds that cannot be closed due to vascular reasons, pressure sores and diabetic wounds are healed.
Nose Surgery: Deviation (internal curvature) can also be corrected while performing aesthetics. The surgery usually takes two to three hours. There may be bruising and swelling, but not in all cases. Nasal pads are of special type that make it possible to breathe in the middle and are removed 48 hours after the operation. There may be some pain while removing the tampon. One week plaster and one week bandage are applied. The patient can return to his normal social life after two weeks.
Face Lift and Rejuvenation: The loosened and sagging facial skin is stretched, giving a younger face appearance. Neck and forehead wrinkles can also be stretched in the same surgery. You can return to your daily activities in about two weeks. Incision scars are made from places that will not be obvious.
Eyelid Surgeries and Removal of Custody Bags: Excess skin and fat on the lower and upper eyelids are removed and the bags that give the person a tired expression are removed. The scar will not be noticed after a while. It can be done under local anesthesia.
Botox and Filling Materials (Hyaluronic Acid and similar): These are the methods used in wrinkles that are not too deep. Botox is injected in small amounts into the muscles under the wrinkled area and applied with the principle of loosening the relevant muscle group for 6-8 months and not creating wrinkles. The application should be repeated after this period. After each application, the effect time is prolonged. Restylane is a synthetic filler called ‘hyaluronic acid’ and it is injected into the area with wrinkles and collapses to provide filling. The effect is long lasting but must be repeated.
Correction of Ear Deformities: It is usually done due to prominent ear. Since ear development is completed at the age of 5-6, this procedure should usually be done before school age. It is a two-hour procedure under local anesthesia. Follow-up with open dressing after 1-2 days indoors. After the swelling passes, the positive effect is observed immediately, being more pronounced.
Breast Reduction: Patients experience problems such as back pain, skin rashes and difficulty in finding clothing due to sagging and large breasts. In addition, these surgeries can be performed on every patient who wants to have a proportional body. The operation takes about 3 hours. There are scars around the nipple and under the breast, depending on the skin structure of the person. Requires a day of hospitalization. You can return to your normal activity in a week.
Gynecomastia: This condition, which can be explained as the physiological or pathological size of the male breast, is a common problem in the society where plastic surgery is concerned. Gynecomastia surgeries are performed in our clinic under local or general anesthesia by evaluating the special conditions of the patient and correcting them with liposuction or only surgical intervention.
Breast Augmentation: Silicone implants applied to normalize underdeveloped or small breasts are covered with a silicone membrane filled with silicone or saline in gel consistency and also made of silicone. You can return to your normal activities within 4-5 days after these implants, which have different characteristics, shapes and projections, are inserted. Except for walking, it is necessary to stay away from sports or similar activities especially for 4-6 weeks. It is not an operation that prevents breastfeeding. It does not interfere with diagnostic tests such as mammography, breast ultrasonography. It can stay lifelong. It can be removed completely or replaced with a new one when desired.