Friday, April 7, 2017

Hyaluronic Acid Gel Injection To The Inferior Turbitane For The Treatment Of Empty Nose Syndrome


​​​I have previously written that Hyaluronic Acid is a natural compound normally present in our bodies and that hyaluronic acid is also reduced in the natural aging process (Hyaluronik Asit İçeren Dolguların Avantajları ve Uygulama Ayrıntıları). As a result of the removal of the nasal meats after the previous nasal surgeries instead of the reduction of the nasal meats in a complete or large manner, an increase in the volume of abnormal air space in the nose, the arrival of the air in the lungs without being affected by moisture, heating and filtration, and structural changes with loss of moisture in the nasal mucus Empty Nose Syndrome occurs. You can find detailed information on the topic in two articles link >> Boş Burun Sendromu Olan Hastalarda, Septum Perforasyonu da Ortaya Çıkarsa Belirtiler Şiddetlenir! / Empty Nose Syndrome. Symptoms of empty nose syndrome may vary depending on the amount of negative changes in the nasal anatomy. For example, the patient with the lower nasal passages is not the same as the patient with only the lower nasal passages. Unfortunately, there is no definite surgical procedure in this disease, especially in cases where the nose is completely taken, preparing a graft that can be used as an individual nose, or shifting tissues by operation; Treatment of fat tissue - stem cell injection, PRP, PRP + vitamin injections recommended only in patients with dryness and atrophic rhinitis, especially in the nasal mucosa, is only temporary.

The structure of the nose is uniquely structured and it provides a hot, humid, clean and pressurized delivery of the air taken from the outside with the silica mucosa and hot mucilage layer on it, which has a network of hot veins. In exacerbated patients, signs and symptoms such as atrophy, destruction, appearance of painful stimuli, odorous discharge, and reduction without odor can be added to the extenuating airway enlargement nasal mucosa. Some patients from abroad also require the operation of "Young Surgery" to completely close the nostrils for 6 months (Atrophic Rhinitis and Young Surgery (Young's Surgery) (Atrofik Rinit ve Young Cerrahisi (Young's Surgery, The Young's Procedure, Burun Deliklerini Kapatma Ameliyatı).

Hyaluronic acid fillings are used as long-lasting nose and face fillers. Allergic reactions are the most frequently preferred filler products because of the low risk of natural edema and water retention and the anti-aging effects.

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Hyaluronic acid gel in the treatment of empty nose syndrome - Empty Nose Syndrome - Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome - Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome in Istanbul
Hyaluronic acid gel in the treatment of empty nose syndrome - Empty Nose Syndrome - Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome - Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome in Istanbul
 
Hyaluronic acid gel in the treatment of empty nose syndrome - Empty Nose Syndrome - Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome - Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome in Istanbul
Hyaluronic acid gel in the treatment of empty nose syndrome - Empty Nose Syndrome - Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome - Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome in Istanbul
 
In patients with idiopathic nasal syndrome, it is not particularly nasal filling for intranasal injection; I prefer to use lip balances (Regenyal Idea Lips Dudak Dolgusu), which are produced as lip balm and contain more cross-linked hyaluronic acid, which is more suitable for injection into more liquid, soft tissue, with more edema effect. I do not have a standardized algorithm for this, but I would like to explain the use of hyaluronic acid fillings in idiopathic nasal syndrome in the light of several scientific articles and corporate health websites below:
In this study, patients with atrophic rhinitis and empty nasal syndrome (ENS) underwent a trial of hyaluronic acid injections of the nasal concha and nasal septum under the mucous membranes of the septum and reported that the symptoms of the patients improved within a few months and no complications were recorded. The conclusion highlighted in the conclusion of this article is: "Simplicity, safety and efficacy are quite good, but hyaluronic acid injections seem to be worth considering in less severe forms of ENS because all effects are mostly temporary".

Some surgeons inject a hyaluronic acid filler into the implant site to treat the surgical treatment of empty nasal syndrome, whether the patient will benefit from nasal implants (injected into the lower nasal airway entrance where more implants are implanted).

Hyaluronic acid gel, an injectable compound, has been shown to improve symptoms without increasing complications.
here is no treatment available for Empty Nose Syndrome yet. Recent advances in regenerative medicine are hoping that ear-nose and throat specialists will use their stem cell and tissue engineering techniques to discover ways to completely rebuild or rebuild nasal passages and return their noses to normal health. There are many articles on the subject. It's the right thing your own doctor recommends for you.

You can find details about "Hyaluronic acid gel in the treatment of empty nose syndrome - Empty Nose Syndrome - Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome - Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome in Istanbul" >> Hyaluronik Asit Dolgular "Boş Burun Sendromu" nda Burun Eti Dolgusu Olarak Kullanılabilir! / Boş Burun Sendromu Tedavisinde Burun Etine Hyaluronik Asit Enjeksiyonu / Dudak Dolgusu

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