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Dr Murat Enoz, ENT Specialist - Private Office

Dr Murat Enoz, ENT Specialist - Private Office

Show Phone Number Incirli Cad. No:41, Kat:4, (Dilek Patisserie Building), Istanbul, Bakirkoy, 34000
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Monday  9:00 -   6:00pm
Tuesday  9:00 -   6:00pm
Wednesday  9:00 -   6:00pm
Thursday  9:00 -   6:00pm
Friday  9:00 -   6:00pm
Saturday  9:00 -   6:00pm
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Rhinoplasty TL7773  -  TL17490
Open Rhinoplasty TL7773  -  TL17490
Nasal Tip Surgery TL5830  -  TL13603
Alarplasty
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About Dr Murat Enoz, ENT Specialist - Private Office

Dr. Murat Enoz, worked as an editor for many years in international journals and many different treatment applied to the patients from different countries.

About me:

- Experienced surgeon on rhinoplasty, nose esthetic, ear surgery, ear drum surgery, sinus surgery, sleep apnea treatment.

- Editorial jobs: Recent Patents on Inflammation & Allergy Drug Discovery  (Worked for more than 4 years) / KBB Ihtisas Dergisi (Continue to work for more than 10 years)

- Worked for about more than 5 years as "Reviewer" at journal of "The Laryngoscope" 

- Available in more than 60 articles in international scientific journals

You can contact directly to the doctor for treatment of international standards.

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from 22 verified reviews Patient Reviews of Dr Murat Enoz, ENT Specialist - Private Office

Nezaket Turkey
Reviewed 10 December 2016 "Thank you for everything"
"I am verry happy for my all surgeries (Rhinoplasty and Left Radical Mastoidectomy)

Dr.Murat Enoz performed my nose operation (rhinoplasty) and ear operation (left radical mastoidectomy). He answered all my questions about surgeries, all of them successful resulted. He was close after surgery for all patients (as close as a phone). Everyone around me liked my nose. I breathe very easily. Inflammation has passed my ears. He can do all the hard operations. Thank you for everything."
Robert Bangkok
Reviewed 08 December 2016 "I should have done this 20 years ago"
"I could never breathe very well due to a severe deviated septum and it started to affect my life pretty badly. I was uncomfortable all the time and I needed to fix it ASAP. Thankfully I got in touch with Murat and the whole process was easy, painless and I'm now recovering well. My stents came out today and the feeling of being able to breathe freely is incredible. Truly life-changing :) If you have a deviated septum I cannot recommend getting a septoplasty and turbinate reduction enough. I should have done this 20 years ago.

I had a septoplasty and turbinate reduction surgery with Murat and it all went flawlessly. Murat gave me the best customer experience in my life and I'll forever be grateful to him. I spoke to over 25 septoplasty surgeons and everyone came across like a total amateur compared to Murat. He really is a master of his craft and I am so happy that I chose him. I'm now sitting in my hotel 7 days post op and my nose works for the first time in as long as I can remember. I can breathe! If you're going to get a septoplasty, why not hire the best? Flying to Istanbul, staying in a hotel, and taking 2 weeks off work still worked out cheaper than using a local surgeon with a fraction of Murat's experience. It was a total no-brainer for me and I HIGHLY recommend Murat for any nose-related surgery. He blew me away with his knowledge and decades of experience. I trust him 100% and I suggest you do too."
Anik Turkey
Reviewed 03 December 2016 "Clean, modern and beatiful"
"I was not able to breathe because of the deformity and flesh in my nose. I saw the Dr. Murat for this reason but I had a fear/concern before the operation.Are my nose gonna show up "with aestethic surgery" from the outside or not? However the result after the operation made me quite surprised because my worries were pointless. I still had my nose like an original one. Both at the time of the examination and before and after the operation Dr.Murat was so cheerful and I appreciate that. I don't even count the care that he took and answers he had given after the operation. Clean, modern and beatiful"
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Accreditations

  • TAOMS - Turkish Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (Turkey) 
  • TTB - Türk Tabipleri Birligi (Turkey) 

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Ear Nose and Throat

TL7773  -  TL31093
Ear Infection Treatment
Guaranteed for 2 years.

Medical - surgical treatment can be applied Acute and chronic middle ear inflammation.

Eardrum perforation repair with modern minimal invasive techniques can be applied at high quality international hospitals in Istanbul.

Myringoplasty, the eardrum surgery is the name given to the closure of small holes in eadrum. For this purpose, faty tissue, paper, muscle membrane (fascia), cartilage and cartilage membrane (perichondrium) can be used. When myringoplasty is combined with ossicular reconstruction, it is called tympanoplasty.

The aim of the eardrum surgeries (tympanoplasty / myringoplasty):- Prevent recurrent ear infections.- Improve hearing, if there is a conductive hearing loss due to eardrum perforation.- Enable patients to swim or get ear wet without facing infection as a consequence. 

TL9717  -  TL38866
Tympanoplasty

A tympanoplasty is a surgical procedure which generally used to repair a ruptured eardrum but sometimes involves the repair of the ossicles in middle ear. (Myringoplasty, the eardrum surgery is the name given to the closure of small holes in eadrum. When myringoplasty is combined with ossicular reconstruction, it is called tympanoplasty).

The aim of the eardrum surgeries (tympanoplasty / myringoplasty):- Prevent recurrent ear infections.- Improve hearing, if there is a conductive hearing loss due to eardrum perforation.- Enable patients to swim or get ear wet without facing infection as a consequence. 

Various techniques and grafting materials can be used in tympmanoplasty procedure. Which approach is used depends on the size and location of the perforation with middle ear condition.

Mastoidectomy and other ossiculoplasty procedures can be applied with tympanoplasty operation.

Up to TL291
ENT Specialist Consultation

All ear, nose and throat examination performed with the help of modern high quality technological devices.

There in not additonal charges for cleaning the ear and vertigo maneuvers.

We are happy to welcome you in our private ent office!

TL15546  -  TL31093
Otosclerosis Treatment

Otosclerosis, is the most common cause of stapedial ankylosis (or stapedial fixation). Its cause is unknown and resulting conductive hearing loss.

Different ENT surgeons use a variety of terms for partial stapedectomy such as stapedotomy, stapes replacement, teflon piston procedure, small fenestration technique, etc.

Audiological investigations which are, pure tone odiogram, speech odiograms, impedance audiometry, stapedial reflex tests, tuning work tests must be done. Radiological investigation includes high resolution CT scan and Schueller's graphy to acces the congenital inner ear anomalies and to demonstrate the cochlear otosclerosis.

Stapedectomy may be carried out either under local anesthesia with sedation or general anesthesia.

After surgery, if you have a head dressing, remove it on the second post operative day. A cotton ball in the ear opening will be found when the dressing is removed. Please remove the cotton plug on the second day after surgery. You may see further packing in your ear canal. Leave this until your post-op visit.

I prefer Kurz Medical and Medtronic products for stapes prosthesis.

TL5830  -  TL19433
Septoplasty

The nasal septum separates the nasal cavity into the two nostrils and it contain the bone and cartilage. The cartilage is called the quadrangular cartilage and the bones comprising the septum include the maxillary crest, vomer and the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid.Nasal septum deviation (deviated nasal septum) is defined as displacement of the nasal septum. It is an abnormal condition in which the top of the cartilaginous ridge leans to the left or the right, causing obstruction of the affected nasal passage. It, can lead to contraction of the air passages of the nose. Although at different levels of septum daviations are available in many people.

Most septal deviations result in no symptoms. Some septal deformities, however, may cause the following signs and symptoms: - infections of the sinus- sleep apnea, snoring- repetitive sneezing- facial pain- nosebleeds- difficulty with breathing-mild to severe loss of the ability to smell

A simple majority is sufficient for diagnosis of ear, nose and throat examination. Endoscopic examination and computed tomography allows for a more detailed assessment.

Medical treatment (such as such as decongestants, antihistamines, and nasal spray) relieves symptoms, but does not correct the underlying condition. Non-medical relief can also be obtained using nasal strips. A cure to symptoms related to septal deviations is available in the form of a minor surgical procedure known as a septoplasty or submucous resection (SMR). The septoplasty operation is performed quickly (lasts roughly 1 hour) and does not result in any cosmetic alteration or external scars. Recovery from the procedure may take anywhere from 2 days to 4 weeks to heal completely.

TL7773  -  TL19433
Sinus Surgery
Currently Endoscopic Sinus Surgery and Balloon Sinuplasty are more favorable treatment techniques for chronic sinusitis. Caldwell-Luc operation is defined before the endoscopic sinus surgery to relieve chronic sinusitis by improving the drainage of the maxillary sinus, one of the cavities beneath the eye. The maxillary sinus is entered through the upper jaw above one of the second molar teeth. A window is created to connect the maxillary sinus with the nose, thus improving drainage.
TL7773  -  TL19433
FESS - Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) is the primary safe approach used currently for the surgical treatment of chronic sinusitis.

This procedure is a minimally invasive, safe and it can be performed entirely through the nostrils, leaving no external scars. There is little swelling and only mild discomfort. It can be combined with other nasal operations (septoplasty, turbinate radiofrequency etc.).

A recently developed alternative to functional endoscopic sinus surgery is balloon sinuplasty. This technique uses balloon catheters to dilate the maxillary, frontal, and sphenoid natural ostia without bone or soft-tissue removal. Reports show persistent patient symptom improvement and sinus ostia patency.

The most common indication for endoscopic sinus surgery is “chronic rhinosinusitis”.
The most common indications for endoscopic sinus surgery are as follows:
• Chronic sinusitis refractory to medical treatment

• Recurrent sinusitis

• Nasal polyposis

• Antrochoanal polyps

• Sinus mucoceles

• Excision of selected tumors

• Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leak closure

• Orbital decompression (eg, Graves ophthalmopathy)

• Optic nerve decompression

• Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR)

• Choanal atresia repair

• Foreign body removal

• Epistaxis control

There are probably no absolute contraindications to endoscopic sinus surgery.

The most common relative contraindications for endoscopic sinus surgery are as follows:

• Absence of specific osteomeatal complex abnormalities.

• Oesteomyelitis involving the sinuses.

• Frontal sinus disease with stenosed internal ostium.

• Threatened intracranial and / or intracerebral complications.

• Inaccessible lateral frontal sinus disease.

Smoking is also consider as a relative contraindication to endoscopic sinus surgery.

Technique of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Endoscopes with different diamet

 
Sleep Apnea
TL7773  -  TL17490
Tonsils Adenoids and Appendix

Tonsils and Adenoids

Tonsils and adenoids are the elements of Waldeyer's lymphatic ring which settled in oral and nasopharyngeal region. Both are play role in immunity against airborne microorganisms which inhaled through the mouth and nose.

The tonsils are located on both sides of the back of the throat. The other names of adenoid are pharyngeal tonsil and nasopharyngeal tonsil. This lymphatic tissue is situated posterior of the nasal cavity, the roof of the nasopharyngeal area.

The eustachian tubes is opened to the nasal cavity in this region.

Why Tonsils and Adenoid Enlarged?

Tonsils and adenoid can grow depending on the recurrent infections and genetic causes. Living in crowded environments (such as kindergarten), exposure to cigarette smoke, atopy can be facilitated to lymphatic tissue growth. Although extremely rare, cancer sometimes causes enlarged tonsils or adenoids.

Symptoms of Enlarged Tonsils and Adenoid

The tonsils and adenoid are settled on the airways. Most enlarged tonsils and adenoids cause no symptoms. However, when they grow up in addition to breathing problems, ear and sinus related problems also can be seen.
Enlarged tonsils and adenoids may cause the following problems:
- Chronic ear infections and hearing loss: These problems result from blockage of the eustachian tube and fluid accumulation in the middle ear.
- Recurrent sinus infections
- Obstructive sleep apnea
- Discomfort when talking and breathing
- Difficulty swallowing
- Severe respiratory distress (in young infants)
- Bad breath
- Sleeping with your mouth open
- Sweating during sleep
- Daytime sleepiness / Decrease in sleep quality
- Decrease in school performance (for children)
- Increased risk of traffic accidents (for adults)
- Swollen lymph nodes (glands) in the neck
- Nose sounds "blocked" when the person speaks
- Noisy breathing during the day
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Adenoid Removal
TL7773  -  TL15546
Tonsil Removal
The tonsils are two lymphoid tissues that located on both sides of the back of the throat. Tonsillectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove the tonsils.
Tonsil surgery is a surgical procedure performed for nearly 3,000 years. Infections, such as sleep apnea and cancer diagnosis can be so many different reasons, depending on. All the world in the last 30 years has increased the frequency of tonsillectomy. This is because, with the size of the tonsils of the relationship between sleep apnea syndrome is to be understood clearly.Tonsillectomy techniques can be summarized as follows:- Dissection and snare method- Electrocautery- Radiofrequency ablation- Harmonic scalpel- Thermal Welding- Carbon dioxide laser- MicrodebriderI usually prefer Thermal Welding method because of minimizing the post-operative pain and other complaints. The tonsils are two lymphoid tissues that located on both sides of the back of the throat. Tonsillectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove the tonsils.Tonsil surgery is a surgical procedure performed for nearly 3,000 years. Infections, such as sleep apnea and cancer diagnosis can be so many different reasons, depending on. All the world in the last 30 years has increased the frequency of tonsillectomy. This is because, with the size of the tonsils of the relationship between sleep apnea syndrome is to be understood clearly.Tonsillectomy techniques can be summarized as follows:- Dissection and snare method- Electrocautery- Radiofrequency ablation- Harmonic scalpel- Thermal Welding- Carbon dioxide laser- MicrodebriderI usually prefer Thermal Welding method because of minimizing the post-operative pain and other complaints. The tonsils are two lymphoid tissues that located on both sides of the back of the throat. Tonsillectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove the tonsils.Tonsil surgery
 
Vertigo Treatment

Dentistry

TL1166  -  TL9717
Lingual Frenectomy

Lingual frenulum is a structure that normally located between the normally floor of the mouth with the tongue. If it become short and thick as congenital oral anomaly it is called as Tongue tie or Ankyloglossia.

This structure can be varying degrees of shortness and thickness. It may range in thin short mucosal membrane to thick fibrotic band. Ankyloglossia can affect the feeding, speech and oral hygiene.

The symptoms of tongue-tie can include that:

- Acting irritable or fussy, even after feeding
- Difficulty creating or keeping suction on the nipple. The infant may become tired in 1 or 2 minutes, or fall asleep before eating enough.
- Poor weight gain or weight loss
- Problems latching onto the nipple. The infant may just chew on the nipple instead.
- Halitosis (bad breath) may be present, due to caries and accumulated food debris.

Difficulties can include creating sounds that need the tongue or tongue tip to (source: Tongue-tie | Better Health Channel):

- touch the roof of the mouth, to pronounce sounds such as ‘t, d, n, l, s, z’
- arch off the floor of the mouth, to pronounce sounds such as ‘r’.

Structural changes on tongue may occur over time ??such as:

- Heart-shaped tongue tip
- Square or round tongue tip

Most breastfeeding problems can be managed easily and the mother has received at least 2 to 3 days of support from a breastfeeding (lactation) specialist.

Tongue tie surgery (sometimes referred to as "frenectomy", "frenulectomy", "frenotomy" or "frenuloplasty") can be performed easily in a few months old babies with office conditions.

Surgery for more severe cases and greater babies is done in a hospital operating room. A general anaesthesia can be preferred aspecially after 6 months of age. A surgical procedure called a z-plasty closure may be needed to prevent scar tissue from forming. Electrocautery, laser, thermal welding tecnology and cold knife technique can

Plastic Surgery

TL7773  -  TL17490
Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty or nose job is a surgical prcedure to correcting and reconstructing with restoring the functions of the nose. The main objective of rhinoplasty is creating a functional, aesthetic and facially proportionate nose.

Rhinoplasty can be performed using general or local anesthesia. It is usually done as an outpatient procedure but sometimes requires one day staying in the hospital.

Two methods used for rhinoplasty:

1 - closed rhinoplasty
2 - open rhinoplasty

In the closed technique rhinoplasty, postoperative edema is expected to be less because of less tissue trauma, anatomical structures evaluation is more difficult from the open technique.

In the open technique rhinoplasty, nasal skin is dissected, the nasal cartilages visible, anatomical structures are more easily seen. The skin of the nose is separated from the nasal bone and cartilages.

The surgeons experience and expertise is important other factor in the selection of the technique.

Often surgery takes between 1-3 hours. postoperative nasal Silicone splints, absorbable buffer is placed in the nose; bandages and external splints are placed out of the nose.

We are performing rhinoplasty surgeries in high-quality, international hospitals which are located at Istanbul.

We can perform all nasal surgeries (nasal tip surgery, nasal tip upgrading, septoplasty, turbinate radiofrequency operations ... etc.) together nose esthetic operation.

surgeries can make in hospitals which close to spectacular coastal views, historic buildings, natural regional foods and touristic facilities.

We use to minimally invasive techniques thus the time that you prefer for the treatment and healing process can be use for the holidays and pastime. Many patients can go to shopping malls one day after surgery.

 
Alarplasty
TL5830  -  TL13603
Nasal Tip Surgery

The end portion nose is called the "nasal tip" and reshaping of this area is defined as "Nasal Tip Plasty" ("Tip Plasty" / "Tip Rhinoplasty" / "Nasal Tip Projection Rhinoplasty").

Tip area of the nose is the most noticeable place. Deformities in this region can cause problems which related with nasal breathing and aesthetic appearance
Tip-plasty operation can be performed as part of rhinoplasty procedures. Nasal tip-plasty is a very important part of rhinoplasty surgery. The main purposes of tip-plasty procedure are to create a beautiful, natural, symmetrical and functional nasal tip.

TL7773  -  TL17490
Open Rhinoplasty

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Experienced surgeon on rhinoplasty, nose esthetic, nasal surgery, ear surgery, ear drum surgery, sleep apnea treatment. Photographer and web designer. Click view all to see publications (indexed in Medline) >>Editor (for more than ten years) - KBB Ihtisas Dergisi (The Turkish Journal of Ear Nose and Throat)Editor (worked for about 4 years) - Recent Patents on Inflammation & Allergy Drug DiscoveryReviewer (worked for about 5 years) - The LaryngoscopeWebsites:  

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