Prof. Dr. Murat Songu -Best Rhinoplasty Surgeon in Turkey

With more than 100 scientific studies published in international and national journals, numerous reports submitted at international and national congresses, authors of 8 chapters in national, and 9 chapters in internationally reknown books of medicine, and as an invited speaker at nearly 100 scientific events Dr. Murat Songu, contributed to national and international medical literature almost every day.

He is one of the physicians with the highest H-index and i10-index values ​​among Turkish scientists with a total of around 1700 international citations. As a result of these scientific studies, he has also assumed various international publishing responsibilities. He simultaneously continues his duties as an assistant editor, section editor, member of the editorial board and referee in many journals.

Prof. Dr. Murat Songu

Preservation Rhinoplasty

Preservation rhinoplasty is mainly performed with a closed technique. The name of this surgical technique is based on the principle of not cutting (protecting) the important ligaments (Pitanguy and Scroll ligaments) that provide nasal bone-cartilage integrity during the operation. In other words, rhinoplasty is performed both with the closed technique, in a very narrow area with a very limited incision, and by preserving many important nasal structures.

Prof. Dr. Murat Songu, MD

Prof. Dr. Murat Songu, MD

Ear Nose and Throat Diseases Specialist
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Aesthetically, the general expectation from the auricle is that it stands unobtrusively on both sides of the head. In other words, the result after otoplasty surgery should not vary from person to person and from doctor to doctor. The ultimate goal to be achieved after surgery is to construct ears that do not attract attention and do not look abnormal. Prominent ear is the most common congenital ear anomaly and is observed in approximately 5% of Caucasians. Although the physiological consequences are considered insignificant, the psychological and aesthetic consequences on the patient can be significant. The most common defects requiring surgery are an underdeveloped or absent antihelical fold, separation of the auricle from the scalp, an abnormally large concha (auricular cartilage), and a prominent earlobe.


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Rhinoplasty – Otoplasty