Visual impairment is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide and influences how we perceive the world around us. Technological advancements continue to revolutionize the field of ophthalmology, leading to the emergence of new tre... Read more..
Causes of Crowded Teeth
Crowded teeth are often caused by a combination of genetic and behavioral factors. Genes play an important role in determining jaw size and tooth position. Crowding may be unavoidable if the jaws are too narrow or the teeth... Read more..
The search for facial harmony and balance leads many people to consider the possibility of changing the shape of their nose. In this regard, two practices stand out in Turkey: rhinoplasty, which is a surgical procedure, and rhinofiller, which falls u... Read more..
Tooth loss can have a significant impact on our quality of life. Not only can it change the aesthetics of our smile, but it can also affect our ability to eat, speak, and socialize comfortably. Fortunately, advances in dentistry today offer a range o... Read more..
Is there anything more disturbing than fatty bags under your eyes or on your eyelids? Well, yes, there are worse! It's absolutely the double chin. This subcutaneous fat mass is so unsightly that it requires, in some cases, special remedies.
What i... Read more..
The gummy smile?
A gummy smile is a fairly common imperfection of the mouth, characterized by excessive exposure of the gums of the upper dental arch.
People with a gummy smile have a high smile line that inevitably exposes the gums too much.
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Dacryocystitis is an eye infection of the lacrimal gland, which is located in the inner corner of the eye. This condition occurs when the tear duct, which carries tears from the eye to the nose, becomes blocked. This blockage can cause inflammation a... Read more..
Several experiments have been carried out by medical researchers, especially algologists, to substitute morphine with other substances relieving certain pains. The main objective is to avoid the use of drugs which generate side effects, even when it ... Read more..
Cerebral hemorrhage: What is it?
A cerebral hemorrhage is a serious, acute neurological condition that occurs when cerebral arterial vessels rupture, causing subsequent extravasation of blood into the brain tissue.
Cerebral hemorrhage can be cl... Read more..
What is fat grafting (lipofilling)?
Fat grafting, also known as lipofilling or fat transfer (injection), is a surgical technique that involves the removal of autologous fat and its reinjection into another part of the body.
The fat transfer pro... Read more..
The first alarm bell of aging is observed in the face, which manifests itself in a progressive loss of tone and volume in the soft tissues, such as the cheeks. So how do you choose the most effective solution without resorting to a surgical facelif... Read more..
Tachycardia crisis? An increase in breathing rate with significant pallor following a shock or an accident? Probably you are facing bleeding affecting your body's cavities such as the abdomen and the digestive tract, as well as the tissues surroundin... Read more..
Obesity and thyroid function are two closely related health issues. The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped endocrine gland located at the base of the neck that produces thyroid hormones that are important for regulating metabolism and body weight. When th... Read more..
What is a head injury?
A head injury is a shock that occurs when the head is involved in an accident or assault. It can lead to several disorders at different levels of severity. Head trauma can be further classified from mild (TBI) to severe, req... Read more..
Have you heard about Colombian butt lift? Do you know how the non-surgical buttock lift is performed and how it differs from scalpel lipofilling? In this article, we will discuss the main points that differentiate the Columbian butt lift from the Bra... Read more..
Hyperthyroidism: What is it?
The thyroid is a gland in the neck that produces hormones that regulate the body's metabolism. The thyroid hormone's thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3) regulate many physiological processes, including growth and ... Read more..
An abdominal aortic aneurysm presents, sometimes, a fatal pathology that consists of embrittlement accompanied by an abdominal aorta dilation. The abdominal aorta is the largest artery that carries blood from the heart through the thorax and into the... Read more..
Obesity's Health Impact
Obesity and overweight are conditions associated with an increased risk of comorbidities and high mortality. In this sense, they represent an important risk factor for the development of major chronic diseases:
Cardio... Read more..
What is rheumatoid arthritis?
Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic systemic inflammatory disease that affects both large and small joints. It is the most common of the various forms of inflammatory arthritis. As a widespread disease, it has a signifi... Read more..
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease: What is it?
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a chronic/recurrent disease that affects the colon or any part of the digestive tract from the mouth to the anus. It is characterized by periods of exacerbation al... Read more..
What is Dermatitis (Eczema)?
Dermatitis (or eczema) is an inflammation of the superficial layers of the skin, accompanied by redness, itching, and swelling, caused by irritation or an allergic reaction to external or internal factors.
It may be... Read more..
What is Anorexia Nervosa?
Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder that primarily affects women. It is characterized by a gradual and increasing reduction in caloric intake, often accompanied by excessive and compulsive exercise, leading to progress... Read more..
After bariatric surgery, various changes occur in the function of the digestive tract and in particular the esophageal function. Therefore, in the post-operative period, the patient must be followed by a multidisciplinary team including a surgeon, a ... Read more..
An asymmetrical chest is an imperfection that frequently affects women. The asymmetry between the right and left sides of the body is a fairly common phenomenon that should not worry you.
Even if there was a noticeable difference between the size ... Read more..
Swollen eyelids covering a tired look, we all know these symptoms that mark a lifestyle or habits exhausting these sensitive organs. Following a bad position at work with permanent exposure to the screen, lack of sleep, or bad food hygiene, the eyeli... Read more..
Forehead wrinkles are the natural consequence of the incessant activity of mimic muscles. These skin imperfections appear as obnoxious folds or small furrows.
The forehead is one of the facial parts most susceptible to the formation of wrinkles. F... Read more..
Liposculpture and liposuction are among the most common surgical procedures in the world of cosmetic surgery. Both aim to reduce excess body fat. However, they differ technically, giving two completely different results once performed.
What is lip... Read more..
What is the Shock Loss effect?
Shock Loss is a sudden loss of natural hair, which occurs directly after a hair transplant. This phenomenon is due in most cases to trauma caused by the grafts, either in the donor or recipient area.
Hair loss af... Read more..
What is vaginal loosening?
Vaginal loosening is characterized by laxity in the tissues at the vaginal entrance associated with a lack of tone that decreases the sensations during sexual intercourse.
The vaginal loosening syndrome is designated... Read more..
In addition to having an important aesthetic value, the nose, which is the main component of the airways, serves as the central organ of the face by controlling the flow of air during breathing.
Rhinoplasty and rhinoseptoplasty are two acts of cosme... Read more..
What is abdominal Etching?
Abdominal Etching is a surgical procedure that uses the liposuction technique, where the surgeon selects the fat to be removed in order to enhance the abdominal grooves and bring out the muscles essentially the Six Pac... Read more..
What is a diastema?
The term diastema, also known as the happy teeth, refers to the excessive gap between two teeth or even more. This space is usually located between the central incisors in the upper jaw.
However, the gap can occur between ... Read more..
Orthodontic problems in children
Some of the most common orthodontic problems develop in childhood.
In the first years of life, a child's palate is made up of bones that are still forming. It is during this delicate period that the structure of... Read more..
What is a dental abscess?
A dental abscess is a bacterial infection due to an accumulation of pus in the gum or teeth.
This infection causes, in most cases, intense and stabbing pains linked simultaneously to a swelling of the gum and a tachyca... Read more..
When approaching a rehabilitation treatment with a dental prosthesis, it is quite normal to be plagued by doubts and questions.
The loss of one or more teeth leads to having to choose how to restore them within a reasonable time. The treatments th... Read more..
Hemeralopia: What is it?
Hemeralopia, also known as night blindness, is a retinal disorder that makes night vision impossible or very difficult. The subjects concerned have difficulty adapting their vision too dark to very bright environments and ... Read more..
What is amblyopia?
The term amblyopia indicates a condition of reduced or absent vision that occurs in only one eye, or more rarely in both eyes. This ocular discomfort develops at pediatric age.
The problem stems from incorrect or delayed nerv... Read more..
Venus Strabismus: What is it?
Strabismus, called twisted eyes, is a misalignment between the two visual axes of the eyes. Clinically, one of the two eyes appears deviated from the other. Strabismus can affect both children and adults.
Venus s... Read more..
Ocular nystagmus: What is it?
Nystagmus is a condition characterized by the rapid and repetitive involuntary movement of the eyes. This eye disorder is mainly caused by a malfunction of the areas of the brain that control eye movements.
Nystagm... Read more..
Diplopia: What is it?
Diplopia, or double vision, is a visual symptom that occurs with the simultaneous perception of two images relating to the same object. Double vision can be transient, constant, or intermittent.
Types of diplopia
Diplop... Read more..
The best techniques to firm and tone your silhouette
Due to an increasingly sedentary lifestyle, people tend to gain more weight, but, on the other hand, shedding those pounds seems difficult. Speaking of which, are you looking for an effective tr... Read more..
What are normal eye values?
Eye pressure usually varies between 12 and 22 mmHg. Indeed, it is considered weak when it is lower than 12 mmHg. This could result from fluid leaking from the eyeball. Also, when you suffer from hypotonia, visual proble... Read more..
The secrets to having perfect skin without imperfections
We often envy the stars for their even and glowing skin, a mixture of makeup and beauty secrets that always makes them look perfect. Each of us, by following simple tips, can have flawless s... Read more..
What is regenerative medicine?
Regenerative medicine is the specialty that applies the principles of engineering and health sciences to make biological substitutes that enhance or replace organs or tissues that are so damaged that they can no long... Read more..
Microneedling, the perfect skin technique that is a hit
Micro-needling is a minimally invasive cosmetic treatment aimed at stimulating the production of collagen. It is the first determinant of skin aging and the appearance of the imperfections ... Read more..
Why do spots appear on the face?
To get rid of dark spots, it is necessary that you know the reasons for their appearance. This way you can make arrangements to prevent them from coming back in the future. The causes of brown spots on the skin can... Read more..
Rejuvenating skin cells is possible
Using cellular reprogramming, scientists were able to reverse the aging of skin cells by around 30 years, an extraordinary result that could lead to groundbreaking anti-aging therapies and regenerative medicine ... Read more..
The anti-spot laser that promises flawless skin
Facial blemishes are very common, affecting 1/3 of women after the age of forty. However, these dark spots can also appear at an early age and worsen with sun exposure.
Indeed, if they are linked ... Read more..
Eye contour: How to prevent aging?
The eye contour is a very delicate area of the skin of the face, which poses a very frequent problem requiring treatment.
The eye area is continually subject to environmental aggressions (humidity, wind, col... Read more..
Which obesity surgery is right for me?
Bariatric surgeries in Turkey today represent an important solution for all types of obesity. When obesity is moderate, it can be treated with the Gastric Balloon; when obesity changes from moderate to severe... Read more..
Breast self-examination: Preventing breast cancer?
Breast self-examination, a regular breast self-examination, is the best way to detect breast cancer at an early stage when it can be treated with better results. This examination is essential to d... Read more..
YAG Laser: What is it?
The YAG laser is a particular type of laser that exploits the photochemical, photomechanical, and photothermal effect of laser light with a wavelength of 1064 nm, to transfer energy to the tissues, thus restoring the comprom... Read more..
Wrinkles are often poorly tolerated signs of aging. They lead us to research all the existing facial rejuvenation techniques to make them less visible.
The non-invasive aesthetic alternatives offered by the anti-aging products market are constantl... Read more..
As they say, the face is the reflection of the soul, so we will make it shine with its own light by illuminating it.
Many aspects influence the health of the skin, such as external aggression, lack of sleep, poor diet, cold, wind or the combinat... Read more..
The secret to healthy, radiant skin is a consistent skincare routine. Sometimes, however, your skin needs a little more to target specific concerns. This is where our skin boosters come in: Maximum well-being is found in a mini concentrate!
The fa... Read more..
When you look in the mirror, you think your skin could look better if you could shrink those visible large pores! But the problem is, you don't know where to start. Indeed, you should know that you can do a lot to make pores less visible on your face... Read more..
Various parameters, such as age, exposure to external factors (pollution, sun rays), or inappropriate lifestyles (smoking, poor diet, etc.) deeply affect the health of the skin, causing wrinkles, loss of firmness, a dull complexion, essentially prema... Read more..
What is blanching?
Blanching is an anti-aging technique in aesthetic medicine. It is a method that has notable optimal results in terms of morphological and anti-aging medicine.
It fills superficial fine lines and wrinkles in the face with micr... Read more..
A thyroidectomy treatment is the surgical removal of all or part of the thyroid gland. Indeed, the thyroid is a small gland that takes the shape of a butterfly, which is in the lower part of the neck. It produces hormones that control your entire met... Read more..
Polyglutamic acid: what does it consist of?
Polyglutamic acid, often abbreviated as APG/PGA, is a humectant, a substance used to reduce water loss. It is derived from fermented soybean, a water-soluble synthetic biopolymer that has recently been u... Read more..
Definition of a Titanium laser
Titanium laser is the latest innovation in cosmetic surgery, designed for permanent hair removal that can act simultaneously at different depths and is able to reach the different anatomical structures of the hair fo... Read more..
The breasts can sometimes have differences in shape and volume. If you have tuberous breasts you don't have to worry. Our plastic surgery expert in Istanbul Turkey will explain the reasons in detail...
What is the tuberous breast treatment?
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The physiological process of skin aging determines a decrease in the volumes of certain parts of the face, which appear emptied with the consequence of sagging skin tissue.
These imperfections can be corrected by using fillers based on hyaluronic ... Read more..
Cost of breast surgeries in Istanbul Turkey
For a woman, the breasts are the center of her femininity, and for this reason, she is more and more willing to turn to a surgeon to improve their appearance.
Indeed, contrary to what is often thought... Read more..
The breast is called ptotic (sagging breasts) when it rests on the chest wall in an upright position. In these cases, the breast appears less toned and emptied at the upper pole, and this sagging appearance depends on an altered ratio between the vol... Read more..
Wrinkles, dark circles, bags under the eyes, or even drooping eyelids are the ordinary witnesses that time and age leave on our face, giving an appearance of fatigue. Some people, on the other hand, can have excess skin on the eyelids which causes th... Read more..
Body Reshaping or otherwise called body contouring is an increasingly demanded cosmetic surgery procedure today. In practice, these are different techniques whose goal is to eliminate body fat located in one or more areas of the body. The goal is to ... Read more..
For a man, being bald is a real struggle. Especially when you are given 45 years old when you are maybe 30! In addition, hairiness has always been seen as a sign of virility in men. As for women, we do not even prefer to imagine it because it would b... Read more..
All about plastic surgery in Turkey
While inner beauty is still very important, physical appearance matters a lot these days. Having a perfect face and body seems to be on the minds of many people around the world. Especially with the appearance o... Read more..
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