Ali Rıza Öreroğlu

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BACKGROUND An important consideration in rhinoplasty is maintenance of the applied tip rotation. Different techniques have been proposed to accomplish this. Loss of rotation after surgery not only results in a derotated tip but also can create a supratip deformity. OBJECTIVES As a supplement to dorsal reconstruction, the authors introduced and applied the(More)
Tip rhinoplasty is a key component of aesthetic rhinoplasty. An understanding of the correlation between tip surface aesthetics and the underlying anatomic structures enables proper identification and correction of tip abnormalities. Surface aesthetics of the attractive nose are created by certain lines, shadows, and highlights with specific proportions and(More)
The combination of dorsal nasal reconstruction and camouflage of surface irregularities is an important step in rhinoplasty. We hereby present our technique of delivering diced cartilage in combination with bone dust to the nasal dorsum using the patient’s blood as a carrier. We advocate use of an autologous material (blood) as a scaffold for graft(More)
Surface aesthetics of an attractive nose result from certain lines, shadows, and highlights with specific proportions and breakpoints. Analysis emphasizes geometric polygons as aesthetic subunits. Evaluation of the complete nasal surface aesthetics is achieved using geometric polygons to define the existing deformity and aesthetic goals. The relationship(More)
Ameloblastoma is the second most common odontogenic tumor of the oral cavity with the primary site being the mandible. The ratio of maxillomandibular involvement however is 5:1 in favor of the mandible. The most common complaint is a painless swelling over the mandibular area. Despite its benign nature, ameloblastoma has a high local recurrence rate, with(More)
Chemical peeling is a noninvasive technique currently used more frequently as a cosmetic procedure. Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) is one of the most popular chemical agents used for this purpose Stuzin et al. (Clin Plast Surg 20:9–25, 1993). Although this application commonly is used for the whole face, including the eyelids, the data in the literature(More)
Regarding our recently published article in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal (ASJ) and the comments from our colleagues regarding the technique’s similarities to previously published works, wewould like to respond and clarify these issues. An article from Bertossi et al was published in the issue of ASJ following our article and, while the articles contain(More)
Xanthomas are tumors containing lipid-filled cells that can be seen on various regions of the body and are important clinical manifestations of disordered lipid metabolism [1, 2]. They are generally classified according to their locations and appearances. Tuberous xanthomas are nodular, firm, painless subcutaneous swellings that develop in those areas which(More)
Management of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders presenting with pain, restricted mouth opening, or simply asymptomatic clicking can be challenging even to the experienced surgeon. Many conservative and invasive techniques are available, but most cases can be treated by arthrocentesis of the joint locally. A simple process of joint irrigation enables(More)
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