Nose Curvature and Treatment (Septum Deviation)
Aesthetic Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty)
In both surgeries, we can now perform nose surgery without tampons. Patients are concerned that their nose will be blocked due to the tampon and there will be pain when removing the tampon. Tampons are applied after surgery to prevent bleeding and ensure rapid healing of intranasal structures.

In our hospital, after septoplasty and rhinoplasty surgeries, we use tampons made of silicone or, in appropriate cases, septal staplers. Thus, wound healing is rapid and we have created a tamponade effect without using tampons, without the risk of bleeding.

The issue that causes the patient the most anxiety about Septoplasty operations recommended by the Specialist Doctor is the nasal tampon. New technological developments have now produced a solution to this situation. By using septal stapler in appropriate cases, the patient’s concern about experiencing nasal congestion after the operation or feeling pain when removing the nasal tampon is eliminated with this method. This method can be used in appropriate Rhinoplasty and septoplasty cases.