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Savalan Surgical Center believes that 'team' is not just a word but a reality embedded in the core of our medical approach. When you visit our center, you'll notice that our administrative staff and all members of our medical team pay attention to details and respond to your questions.

You are in the hands of a skilled and well-trained team of surgeons from across the country. They collaborate and consult with each other for the assessment of more complex cases, and sometimes perform surgeries collectively. Savalan Surgical Center emphasizes the collaboration among the medical team members. Communication and knowledge-sharing are among the factors that enable us to provide services of the highest value to our patients.

Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) surgeries


Rhinoplasty is a type of cosmetic nose surgery performed with the aim of altering the shape, size, angle, or function of the nose. This surgery can enhance facial appearance, achieve harmony in facial features, boost self-confidence, and improve breathing for the individual. Rhinoplasty is typically performed using two methods: open or closed. In both methods, the surgeon creates incisions in the nose and modifies the bone, cartilage, and nasal skin. This surgery may carry risks and potential complications such as infection, bleeding, numbness, asymmetrical nose, and blood clots. The recovery time after rhinoplasty varies greatly and depends on various factors such as the type of rhinoplasty, the techniques used, the general health status of the patient, and also following the post-operative tips. But in general, after rhinoplasty, swelling, and pain at the operating site may last for up to a few days. After a week, the patient can return to their daily routines, but it may take between 6 and 12 months or even longer to reach the final result of the rhinoplasty. However, to be more precise, it's best to stay in touch with your doctor and follow their advice.

Septoplasty is a surgical procedure to correct a deviated nasal septum. The nasal septum is the bony and cartilaginous wall that divides the nose into two nostrils. If the nasal septum deviates to one side, it can lead to breathing difficulties, sinus infections, nasal bleeding, and facial pain. In septoplasty, the surgeon straightens the nasal septum and removes any obstruction. This procedure can improve the appearance and function of the nose. The recovery period of rhinoplasty surgery is not long and patients can return to their workplace after 5 to 7 days of surgery and do their personal affairs, only they should avoid heavy activities that cause pressure on the face and nose for a while.

Facelift is a surgical or non-surgical procedure performed to rejuvenate and improve the appearance of the skin on the face and neck. In this procedure, excess, loose, and wrinkled skin is addressed, creating a tighter and smoother appearance of the skin. Facelift can be performed through various methods, including Botox injections, dermal filler injections, HIFU therapy, microneedling, and surgical procedures. The choice of the appropriate method depends on the individual's conditions and needs.

Ear surgeries are a type of medical procedures performed to address issues related to the shape, size, position, or function of the ear. These surgeries can be performed for cosmetic purposes, reconstruction, restoration, or improvement of hearing. Some of the most common ear surgeries include:

  • Otoplasty: Cosmetic ear surgery, performed to correct protruding, large, broken, or asymmetrical ears.
  • Cochlear implantation: Surgery that implants an electronic device into the inner ear to assist individuals with hearing impairment or deafness.
  • Tympanoplasty: Surgery performed to repair the eardrum or small bones in the ear that play a role in sound transmission.
  • Mastoidectomy: Surgery performed to remove the mastoid bone located behind the ear, which may be damaged due to infection or tumor.
  • Stapedectomy: Surgery performed to treat otosclerosis, a condition that causes the hardening of the stapes bone in the middle ear and can lead to hearing loss.

Tonsil surgeries are a type of medical procedures performed to address issues related to the shape, size, position, or function of the tonsils. Tonsils are masses of lymphoid tissue located on both sides of the throat, playing a role in the body's immune system. Some problems that may require tonsil surgery include:

  • Recurrent or chronic inflammation of the tonsils, causing pain, fever, bad breath, and respiratory problems.
  • Peritonsillar abscess, which is a bacterial infection near the tonsils, leading to swelling, redness, and severe pain.
  • Sleep-related breathing disorder caused by enlarged tonsils, leading to snoring, breathing pauses, fatigue, and cognitive impairment.
  • Bleeding from the tonsils, which may occur due to infection, injury, or a blood disorder.
  • Rare diseases associated with the tonsils, such as tumors, Pfeiffer syndrome, or rheumatic fever.
Tonsil surgery is usually performed under general anesthesia, and the surgeon uses various tools such as scissors, electrocautery, laser, or radiofrequency to remove the tonsils from the throat. The duration and method of the surgery depend on the conditions and needs of each patient. Immediately after the surgery, the patient is transferred to the recovery room and vital signs such as breathing and heart rate are checked. After the situation is stabilized, a leave order will be issued. Some patients may complain of a slight amount of pain after surgery. In such a situation, the patient will be prescribed painkillers. Along with taking medication, observing the following can help speed up the recovery process: Consume as much water and fluids as possible The diet should contain foods that are easy to swallow, such as bananas and apple puree. Rest as much as possible, especially the first few days of surgery It is recommended that the patient consume warm and soft foods in the first days after surgery, and from a few days later, ice cream and other foods should be added to the diet. Eating solid, hard and spicy foods should be avoided.

Rhinoplasty for nasal fracture repair is a type of surgery performed to correct the shape, size, position, or function of the nose that has been fractured due to trauma or an accident. In this surgery, the bones and cartilage of the nose that have suffered fractures, deviation, displacement, or cracks are repaired and reconstructed. This surgery can improve the appearance, proportion, breathing, and self-confidence of the individual.

Nasal polyp surgery is a therapeutic method performed to remove non-cancerous and benign growths called polyps that grow in the nasal passage or sinuses. This surgery can improve breathing, sense of smell, taste, and the quality of life for the individual. To perform this surgery, there are two methods: polypectomy and endoscopic sinus surgery. In both methods, polyps are removed from the nose using appropriate tools.

Cosmetic and general surgeries

Breast prosthesis

Breast prosthesis is an alternative method for individuals who, for various reasons, including cancer or other factors such as cosmetic surgeries, need breast replacement. Breast prosthesis may be made of various materials such as silicone or nylon, and the selection is based on the individual's needs, body conditions, and compatibility. These prostheses are often in the form of covers with high coverage, placed inside clothing, and visually resemble a natural breast. Individuals in need of breast prostheses can receive guidance and counseling from specialized physicians and experts in selecting and fitting the prosthesis properly.

A 360-degree suction is a medical auxiliary device used to cover and apply appropriate pressure to the area around a wound or surgery. This type of suction is a compact wrap of soft and flexible material that is placed away from the wound and then by a special device, the air is removed from the inside and the appropriate pressure is applied to the wound or surgery. This allows the wound site to be under pressure and in direct contact with the weather, which is effective for faster wound healing and preventing infection. 360-degree suction can accelerate therapeutic improvement and bring about a noticeable enhancement in the recovery process of patients. The lipomatic recovery period is a few days, it can be said that for about 2 months after performing abdominal lipomaty, back lipomatics, and flank lipomatics, you should follow the necessary care, and after 2 months, the lipomatic recovery period will end.

hip prosthesis is an alternative method for individuals who need to increase the volume and shape of their hip. This may be due to factors such as hormone-related diseases, cosmetic surgeries, or other reasons, including accidents and physical injuries. hip prostheses may be made of various materials, including silicone or nylon, and are designed to appear natural. Due to their appropriate flexibility, they provide both tactile and movement coordination with the body. Individuals in need of hip prostheses can consult with medical specialists and experts in plastic and cosmetic surgery. By considering the physical characteristics and individual needs, they can choose a suitable prosthesis for themselves.

The repair of hemorrhoids and fissures, colloquially referred to as the restoration of small veins and closed vessels in the skin area, is related to conditions such as hemorrhoids or fissures that have been damaged. In the repair of hemorrhoids, methods such as ligation (tying off), dietary and lifestyle changes, the use of healing agents, and in some cases, surgery may be employed to aid in the healing and improvement of the affected area. Fissure is also a bleeding that usually occurs following a tear in the mucosal tissue in the digestive system. The treatment of fissure may involve the use of medications to control bleeding, dietary changes to prevent continuous strain on the stool, and in some cases, surgery to repair the tear and prevent recurrent bleeding. In both cases, individuals should consult with their physician to determine the best solution for healing and appropriate treatment for their conditions.

A fistula is a pathological condition involving the formation of a tunnel or tube resulting from inflammation or discharge through an internal opening within the body. Fistulas usually arise as a result of wounds, infections, or surgeries. The treatment of fistula usually involves surgery to close or correct the fistula tract, the use of medications to control infection and promote wound healing, or the use of imaging techniques such as fistulography. This surgery may involve removing a portion of damaged tissue, reestablishing the digestive path, or correcting other internal pathways. This process may be time-consuming and requires suitable conditions for proper recovery. Additionally, the use of medications, antibiotics, and infection control drugs is employed to reduce symptoms and improve the condition of the fistula.

Abdominoplasty is a cosmetic surgery performed to improve the shape of the abdomen and the abdominal area. This surgery typically involves the removal of excess fat and numerous tissues from the abdominal area, strengthening the abdominal muscles, and tightening the skin in the abdominal region. Individuals who have developed a protruding or sagging abdomen due to weight gain or pregnancy often seek this type of surgery to achieve a more desirable appearance. Abdominoplasty can be performed as a complete or partial procedure, and in the case of a complete procedure, there may be side effects such as pain and limitations in daily movements during the prolonged recovery period. Prior to this surgery, individuals should consult with a plastic surgeon and discuss the issues, resources, and available solutions to address their needs.

Women's Surgeries


Colporrhaphy is a diagnostic method in which a sample of vaginal fluid is directly obtained from the female reproductive system using a needle and syringe for examination and analysis. This method is typically performed to diagnose infections, cancer, or other changes in the female reproductive system. Colporrhaphy may be utilized as a component of gynecological and diagnostic studies, depending on anticipated conditions, symptoms, and individual clinical needs. Physicians typically recommend this method for a more precise assessment of issues and abnormalities in the female reproductive system, such as cellular changes or infections. Before undergoing colporrhaphy, individuals should consult with their healthcare provider and pay attention to medical advice and instructions to achieve the best results from this procedure.

Labiaplasty is a cosmetic surgical procedure performed to alter the size or shape of the external folds of the female genitalia. This surgery may involve reducing or enlarging the outer folds (labia minora or labia majora) and shaping them to create balance and aesthetic appeal in both the internal and external regions of the female genitalia. Many women undergo this surgery to address issues such as imbalance or improper positioning of the external genital folds, alleviate discomfort, or enhance the aesthetic appearance of this area. Prior to this surgery, individuals should consult with a plastic surgeon and become familiar with the details of the procedure, recovery time, as well as post-operative considerations.

Perineorrhaphy is a surgical procedure in which the perineum (the area surrounding the vaginal opening) is incised and then reconnected. This method may be performed to treat perineal issues such as tears or obstruction, or to improve sexual function or childbirth in the presence of related perineal problems. Additionally, perineorrhaphy may be performed for the purpose of repairing tears and strengthening tissues in the pelvic region and around the vagina. This surgery can help improve sexual function and alleviate symptoms resulting from perineal issues, such as infections or bleeding. Before deciding to undergo perineorrhaphy, individuals should consult with a specialized physician to discuss the benefits, risks, surgical procedure details, and recovery time, allowing them to make an informed decision based on their specific situation.

Diagnostic Curettage is a surgical procedure used to examine and obtain tissue samples from the uterus or the female reproductive system. This method may be performed to diagnose uterine conditions such as cancers, infections, blood disorders, or other abnormal changes in the tissues of the uterus or the female reproductive system. In a diagnostic curettage, a physician, using a surgical instrument called a curette, removes suspicious or abnormal tissues from the inside of the uterus. Subsequently, tissue samples are sent to the laboratory for examination under microscopes and various tests to be conducted. Following the completion of this procedure, some side effects such as bleeding, pain, and various changes in bleeding patterns and menstrual cycles may occur as a result of the surgery. Physicians may recommend this procedure as part of routine gynecological examinations or in cases of serious doubts and concerns regarding the condition of uterine tissues.

Ovarian Biopsy is a laboratory test utilized to assess the functioning of the ovaries and levels of female sex hormones in women. This test is typically considered by physicians in cases where there are distressing symptoms of instability in the ovaries or issues in the production of female sex hormones. For performing Ovarian Biopsy, a sample of blood is collected from women. This sample is then tested to measure the levels of various hormones, especially those related to the activity of the ovaries, such as estrogen and progesterone. Ovarian Biopsy results can assist physicians in accurately diagnosing the causes of women's sexual health issues and selecting appropriate treatment plans. This test is commonly used at various stages of women's lives, including during pregnancy, periods of hormonal imbalances, or issues related to egg production. It should be noted that this explanation is general, and for more accurate and personalized information, it is necessary for individuals to consult with a specialized healthcare provider based on their specific conditions.

Orthopedic surgeries

Bone prostheses

If reference is made to bone prosthesis surgery, it may refer to surgical procedures whose main objective is the replacement or substitution of damaged or insufficient bones with artificial prostheses. This type of surgery may be performed in cases such as individuals with fractured, lost, or severely diseased bones. Please note that specific details regarding the execution of these surgeries, the type of prostheses used, and conditions related to patients can vary based on the individual's specific circumstances and the subject matter. For more precise information and consultation, it is recommended to consult with a relevant specialist or orthopedic doctor.

Bone pin surgery is a surgical process in which metal pins are used to stabilize and secure bones or various body parts. These pins serve as stabilizing tools for bone healing or maintaining the structural integrity of the bone.

Intra-articular injection surgery is a therapeutic method in which medications or other substances are directly injected into a joint. This type of surgery is performed to alleviate symptoms such as pain, inflammation, or other issues in the joints. In this method, a physician or surgeon uses a needle or syringe to inject the desired medication or substance directly into the joint.

Urological surgeries


Hypospadias repair is a type of surgery aimed at treating and correcting a developmental condition causing inappropriate sexual dysfunction due to hypospadias. Hypospadias is a developmental condition where the urethral opening is improperly located on the underside of the penis.

Penile fracture repair surgery is a surgical procedure performed with the aim of correcting and reconstructing the penis in cases of penile fracture. Penile fracture can occur as a result of trauma, pressure, or other injuries, typically leading to tears in the tissues of the penis.
Surgery for treating penile fracture involves the following stages:
1.Diagnosis and Assessment:
The physician first diagnoses penile fracture by examining the patient's symptoms and signs. Subsequently, by conducting tests and imaging studies, further information about the extent of the penile fracture and the level of damage may be obtained.
2 . Reconstructive surgery:
If a penile fracture is confirmed and surgery is deemed necessary, the surgeon may attempt a reconstructive procedure to restore the penile tissues to their natural state. This may involve the use of sutures (metallic sutures) to reinforce and stabilize the tissues.
3.Postoperative Follow-up and Treatment:
After surgery, the patient requires rest and special care. The physician may prescribe medications or other measures to alleviate pain and inflammation. Continuous follow-ups may also be conducted to ensure proper recovery post-surgery.
Diagnosis and treatment of penile fracture require the expertise of urologists (specialists in the field of medicine related to urinary and reproductive issues), and in some cases, immediate surgery may be necessary. If any signs or symptoms of concern are observed, it is recommended to promptly consult with a specialized physician.

Varicocele is a medical condition characterized by the dilation (expansion) and tortuosity (twisting) of the veins that drain the testicles (testicular veins) within the scrotum. Varicocele is typically described as swelling or enlargement with knotted veins in the spermatic cord or around the testicles.
Varicocele surgery refers to a surgical procedure aimed at correcting or removing varicoceles. The goals of this surgery may include:
1.Correction of blood flow:
The primary objective of this surgery is to increase blood flow to the testicles and reduce blood pressure in the substandard veins. This intervention may help improve sperm quality and alleviate symptoms associated with varicocele.
2.Symptom Reduction:
Surgery may lead to a reduction in bothersome symptoms and discomfort associated with varicocele, including pain, swelling, and sensitivity in the testicular area.
3. Increased Fertility Probabilities:
In some cases, individuals may be recommended varicocele surgery to improve their chances of fertility, as this condition can potentially have a negative impact on sperm quality.
4. Prevention of Further Varicocele Development:
Surgery may prevent the expansion of varicoceles into other parts of the reproductive organ veins.
The type of surgery and the technique used depend on the severity of the varicocele, the overall health of the patient, and the preferences of the physician. Before deciding on surgery, it is important to consult with a physician and undergo a thorough evaluation of individual conditions and needs.

Hydrocele is a medical condition in which fluid accumulates inside the sacs surrounding the testicles (testicular sacs). This condition typically results from an abnormal accumulation of seminal fluid within the tunica vaginalis or around the testicles. Hydrocele surgery refers to performing a surgical procedure to remove or correct a hydrocele.
The goal of hydrocele surgery may include the following:
1.Correction of fluid accumulation:
Hydrocele surgery is typically performed to drain the accumulated fluid inside the testicles and to remove or reduce the hydrocele.
2. Reduction of swelling and discomfort:
By draining the fluid and repairing or removing abnormal sections of the tunica vaginalis, surgery can reduce the swelling, pain, and discomfort associated with hydrocele.
3. Prevention of recurrence of accumulation:
Surgery may prevent the recurrence of hydrocele, although in some cases, hydrocele may reoccur.
4. Improvement of symptoms:
Symptoms of hydrocele, including swelling, pain, and other issues, may improve with surgery.
The type of surgery and the procedural methods depend on the size and severity of the hydrocele, the overall health of the patient, and the decisions made by the physician. Before deciding on surgery, consulting with a physician and conducting a thorough assessment of the individual's condition is very important.

Eye surgeries


Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure performed to improve the appearance of the eyelids. This surgery is typically performed on the upper eyelids (upper blepharoplasty), lower eyelids (lower blepharoplasty), or both and can involve the removal or repositioning of excess skin and the underlying tissues. It aims to address issues such as eyelid sagging, reduce wrinkles, and may even help improve vision or alleviate some vision-related problems associated with drooping eyelids.
The primary goals of blepharoplasty surgery include:
1. 1. Reduction of drooping and sagging:
This surgery is performed to improve the sagging of the skin and eyelids.
2. Reduction of wrinkles:
With blepharoplasty, the skin's sagging and wrinkles around the eyelids can be improved and reduced.
3. Removal of fat deposits:
In some cases, this surgery may also be performed to remove fat deposits beneath the skin of the eyelids (eyelid fat pads).
4. Improvement of vision:
In some cases, improvement in vision can also be one of the outcomes of this surgery, as severe eyelid drooping may restrict vision.
Additionally, this surgery can have a positive impact on the overall appearance of the face and contribute to a more youthful look. However, before deciding to undergo this surgery, it is important to consult with a physician or plastic surgeon to gather more accurate information about your specific conditions and expected outcomes.


Lumbar puncture (cerebrospinal fluid sampling)

Lumbar Puncture (LP) or cerebrospinal fluid sampling is a diagnostic procedure in which a sample of cerebrospinal fluid, located around the brain and spinal cord, is drawn through a small needle for analysis and examination. This surgery is often known by the names "lumbar puncture" or "spinal tap" as well.
Cerebrospinal fluid is a clear fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord, providing support and protection to these organs. Collecting a sample of this fluid through lumbar puncture is performed for the purpose of diagnosing various diseases or issues. This surgery may be performed for the following purposes:
1. Diagnosing infections: Collecting a sample of cerebrospinal fluid can be used to diagnose various infections of the brain and spinal cord, such as meningitis (inflammation of the membranes covering the brain).
2. Diagnosing neurological diseases: This surgery may aid in the diagnosis of neurological diseases and disorders such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid meningitis, and brain tumors.
3. Monitoring intracranial pressure (cerebrospinal fluid pressure): If intracranial pressure increases, collecting a sample of cerebrospinal fluid can provide information about this condition.
This surgery is performed with precision to minimize potential side effects. However, it is always possible for side effects such as headaches, pain in the spinal area, or bleeding at the needle insertion site to occur. More information about lumbar puncture surgery and the reasons for its performance should be obtained from your specialized physician.

Nerve blocks can be defined as specific regions or points in the nervous system where contraction or pressure on the nerves occurs. These issues may arise from tumors, nerve injuries, inflammations, or other factors. Some types of nerve blocks include:
1. Spinal Nerve Blocks:
These blocks are primarily used to treat neuropathic pain in the spinal column and its surrounding areas. They can be performed locally or at the level of the spinal column.
2. Peripheral Nerve Blocks:
These types of blocks are performed on peripheral nerves in the body. Examples of these blocks include the saphenous nerve block for treating pain in the legs or the sciatic nerve block for alleviating sciatic pain.
3. Local Nerve Blocks:
These blocks are primarily used to reduce pain in a specific area of the body. For example, to induce anesthesia in a section of the teeth or to create numbness during a minor surgical procedure.
4. Sympathetic Nerve Blocks:
These blocks act on the sympathetic nervous system and may provide relief for pain associated with certain neurological and vascular disorders.
5٫ Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks:
These blocks are performed under the guidance of ultrasonic imaging to provide the physician with more precise information about the location and pathway of nerves.
6٫ Epidural Nerve Blocks:
These blocks are typically performed within the coverage area of the spinal column and in the epidural space. They are used to treat spinal pain, labor pain, or some other neurological disorders.
Each type of nerve block is used as a diagnostic or therapeutic method, and the decision regarding the type of block needed is based on the type and location of the neurological issue, symptoms, and accurate diagnosis. The decision-making and execution of these blocks are carried out by a specialized physician in the field of neurology or pain management.

Discography or discography injection is a diagnostic procedure in which a contrast dye is injected into the disc (the cushion between the vertebrae) to provide more accurate images of the disc's condition and structure. This method is often used in imaging studies such as myelography, which utilizes computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for visualization.
The stages of discography injection include:
1. Preparation:
The patient is positioned on a table or bed, and the injection site (typically in the lumbar region) is cleaned, and localization is performed.
2. Contrast injection:
The doctor guides a needle to the injection site and then injects colored contrast (or a similar contrast agent) into the disc. This contrast serves as a colored substance to enhance the visualization of disc features.
3. Imaging:
The patient undergoes imaging studies using various imaging equipment such as CT or MRI after the contrast injection. These images help the physician to carefully examine the internal structures of the disc and identify any signs of degeneration, protrusions, or changes in the disc.
4. Evaluation and interpretation:
After obtaining the images, the specialist physician interprets them and discusses the results with the patient. This injection is particularly used in individuals who may have issues with spinal discs, such as disc herniation.
Discography injection can be considered as a step in the diagnostic process to study disc-related issues and determine appropriate treatments.

Skin surgeries

Face and neck lift

A facelift and neck lift is a cosmetic surgical procedure performed to enhance the appearance of the skin and underlying tissues of the face and neck. This surgery is typically undertaken with the aim of reducing signs of aging, sagging, laxity, and wrinkles in these areas. Individuals experiencing sagging or loosening of the skin on the face and neck may consider facelift and neck lift surgery.

You may also refer to Cheek dimple surgery as chin lift or jowl wrinkle lift. Chin lift or jowl lift surgery is a cosmetic surgical procedure performed to enhance the appearance of the chin and the area around the jaws. This surgery is typically performed with the aim of tightening and firming the skin tissues in the chin and jaw area to enhance the appearance of the chin and reduce signs of sagging.

Brow lift surgery, or Brow Lift, is a cosmetic surgical procedure performed to enhance the appearance of the upper parts of the face, particularly the eyebrow area. This surgery, by making changes to the skin and muscular tissues in the eyebrow area, reduces eyebrow sagging and skin wrinkles, creating a younger and more vibrant facial appearance.