Dr. Tamer Haliloğlu’s got you covered with his top-notch endoscopic sinus surgery! Say goodbye to those pesky sinus problems and hello to a breath of fresh air. Book your consultation now and breathe easy with Dr. Haliloğlu’s expert care!

Dr. Tamer Haliloğlu, endoskopik sinüs cerrahisi alanındaki üstün hizmetiyle yanınızda! Sıkıntılı sinüs problemlerine elveda deyin ve taptaze bir nefes alın. Danışmak için hemen şimdi başvurun ve Dr. Haliloğlu’nun uzmanlığı sayesinde rahat bir nefes alın!

Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS)

Sinus surgery encompasses a range of surgical interventions designed to address the persistent ailment known as chronic sinusitis or other maladies afflicting the sinus cavities.

Chronic sinusitis is marked by the persistent inflammation and infection of the sinus passages, giving rise to distressing symptoms including nasal congestion, facial discomfort, headaches, and a diminished capacity for olfaction.

Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) is widely recognized as the prevailing approach to sinus surgery. This intricate procedure employs an endoscope, a slender optical instrument, which is gently introduced into the nasal passages. Through this endoscope, the surgeon obtains a clear visual perspective of the sinuses, allowing for the precise removal of any impediments or afflicted tissue.



Typically, sinus surgery becomes a consideration when conventional treatments, such as saline rinses and corticosteroid sprays, have yielded inadequate results. The determination to proceed with surgical intervention is a collaborative decision made in consultation with an Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) specialist, contingent upon an assessment of the condition’s gravity and its discernible impact on the patient’s overall quality of life.


Other Sinus Surgeries

In the realm of sinus interventions, apart from Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, various other surgical procedures are available to address sinus-related concerns, tailored to the specific condition and root cause.


Balloon Sinuplasty: This technique entails the insertion of a diminutive, pliable balloon catheter into the sinus passages, subsequently inflating it to expand obstructed or constricted sinus apertures. Notably, it serves as a less invasive alternative to conventional surgery and can be conveniently conducted on an outpatient basis.


Ethmoidectomy: In scenarios where the ethmoid sinuses are notably afflicted, an ethmoidectomy may be warranted. This surgical intervention entails the meticulous removal of compromised tissue and the expansion of ethmoid sinuses to enhance drainage functionality.


Frontal Sinus Surgery: In cases where the frontal sinuses are affected, surgical intervention becomes imperative to alleviate obstructions or address persistent inflammation.


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Tip Plasty F.A.Q.

Here, we have summarized the most frequently asked questions to provide answers to the questions you may be curious about:

Individuals who are close to their desired nasal appearance but have minor concerns at the tip or nostrils are excellent candidates for Tip Plasty. It is essential to have realistic expectations and good overall health for optimal results.

The recovery period for Tip Plasty is relatively short, typically lasting a few weeks. Patients may experience some swelling, bruising, and mild discomfort during this time. Following post-operative care instructions and attending follow-up appointments will help ensure a smooth healing process.

Yes, the results of Tip Plasty are considered permanent. Once the nasal tip or nostrils are reshaped to the desired appearance, the changes made during the procedure should last a lifetime. However, it is essential to maintain a healthy lifestyle and follow the surgeon’s recommendations for long-lasting results.

While both procedures focus on the nose, Tip Plasty is a more specific and less invasive approach that targets only the nasal tip or nostrils. In contrast, a full Rhinoplasty involves reshaping the entire nose, including the bridge, septum, and other structural elements. Tip Plasty is ideal for patients who have already undergone a primary Rhinoplasty and only require minor refinements at the tip area.

Rhinoplasty Surgeon Tamer Haliloglu
Rhinoplasty Surgeon Tamer Halilloglu