Dr. Bulent Cihantimur’s Signature Cosmetic Surgery Innovations
Dr. Bulent Cihantimur has made the following key contributions to plastic surgery:
Non-surgical treatment of trigger finger
With nonsurgical treatment of the trigger finger, Dr. Cihantimur operates under local anesthesia. He extends the tendon sheath via a single small incision and a thin needle. Further, he tries to free the tightly closed tunnel of the tendon sheath. After this procedure, the patient has no need to remain bandaged. They can also perform activities afterward.
Cihantimur Fat Transfer
Dr. Cihantimur applies his signature fat transfer system in procedures like lip augmentation, Breast augmentation, Butt augmentation, and butt remodeling, filling wrinkles, deep acne scars, and facelifts. In this system, fat is taken from other areas of the patient’s body and kept in a closed lipocide system. Thus, this fat does not come into contact with air. The result is minimal infection risk and better fat transfer outcomes.
A spiderweb is an incredibly strong and flexible structure. The primary idea behind spider web aesthetics, also known as the non-surgical thread lift procedure is making the body to produce more collagen. Strong lifting effects are achieved by weaving threads into the troublesome location. In response to the threads, the body releases biological fibroblast, collagen, and elastin right away. This increases the lifting impact by twice.
In simple rhinoplasty, Dr. Cihantimur lifts the tip of a nose that droops because of age or congenital defects. He does not touch the nose’s arch or the excessive skin but lifts the tip of the nose. This procedure gives optimal comfort to the patient and minimizes recovery times. Moreover, it gets completed in as little as 15 minutes.
Prominent Ear Aesthetics by Rope
Prominent ear aesthetics by the rope rectifies the defective nose angle via medical ropes. It does not involve any incisions or cartilage cutting. Patients can return to their social life with quick recovery. This procedure is ideal for people with ear symmetry issues, gaps in ear lube, and patients who do not wish to have surgeries and general anesthesia. Dr. Cihantimur recommends this operation on children who are 6 years old because the ear development is complete by that time.