Dr. Murat Enoz is an otorhinolaryngology, head, and neck specialist based in Turkey. This plastic surgery clinic provides an extensive range of medical and aesthetic services in the following fields: Rhinoplasty also called nose operation; Plastic Surgery or Cosmetic Surgery; Ear Surgery; Otoplasty; Tongue Ligament; Lip Ligament and Eardrum Operations.
What kind of plastic surgery procedures can I get there?
Rhinoplasty Surgery (nose operation)
A frequently requested procedure at Dr. Murat Enoz’s Clinic is rhinoplasty surgery. This is one of the most common facial plastic surgery procedures performed around the world, and a few studies have even shown that rhinoplasty affects social perception. When you plan your nose operation, Dr. Murat Enoz will consider your other facial features, the skin on your nose, and what changes you would like to get. Afterward, he will develop a customized plan for you.
Tonsil Procedure (also named tonsillectomy)
Another procedure that you might be interested in is the tonsil procedure (tonsillectomy). This surgery consists of removing the tonsils from your throat, with the help of different devices and techniques used for removing tonsils. Tonsillectomy surgery is performed under general anesthesia and can be completed within 5-10 minutes when using old-style devices that convert electrical energy into heat energy. However, this time can be extended up to 45 minutes when the goal is to reduce the postoperative pain and other complaints of the patient.
Speaking about ear surgery, these kinds of procedures are performed to repair the middle ear ossicles (in case they are damaged) and to close the hole in the eardrum. Eardrum surgeries can be performed in several ways, from simple ear repair surgery (myringoplasty surgery) which lasts around 45 minutes to complex mastoidectomy operations for patients with closed or trapped inflammation in the middle ear or the mastoid bone, which can exceed 2 hours.
Last but not least, Dr. Murat Enoz has great experience in performing various tongue surgeries. These are needed when cancer involves part of the tongue or the entire tongue. Thus, glossectomy can be performed to remove either a part or all of the entire tongue, depending on the portion of the tongue being affected. A partial glossectomy is when only a part of the tongue is removed (a small piece of half of the tongue), while a total glossectomy is the removal of the entire tongue.