Non-Surgical Nose Job
Your nose is an integral aesthetic feature of your face and small refinements in your nose can markedly improve your overall facial appearance. Reshaping the nose with dermal fillers is associated with several terms, including nonsurgical nose job, liquid rhinoplasty, or nonsurgical rhinoplasty. These terms all refer to using dermal fillers to straighten nasal humps, raise the bridge of the nose, lift and/or refine the nasal tip, and correct nasal asymmetries — instant results with no downtime.
– Major aesthetic improvements with minor adjustments
– Improved facial proportions
– Boost confidence
Will my non-surgical nose job hurt?
We use a micro droplet technique to make this procedure virtually painless. We will do everything in our power to help you feel as comfortable and relaxed as possible.
How do I decide between surgical and non-surgical?
Although surgery provides permanent results, there is a significant amount of downtime required and the level of risk is also elevated. Non-surgical nose shaping does not require downtime and because it is not permanent, you can experiment with different looks.
How does the treatment work?
The first step in this process might just be the most important. At your consultation visit we will discuss what you would like your nose to look like and how we’re going to go about helping you achieve your goals. Once you’re satisfied with what we can do for you, we can move ahead with the treatment. Filler will be injected in extremely small amounts (microdroplets) into the precise locations we have mapped out. By injecting filler in small increments, we have complete control over the shape and contour of your new nose. The filler is contoured and shaped by massaging it into the specific area(s) of the nose we have chosen. You will then be able to see the results and discuss possible changes if you aren’t quite satisfied. The results will be immediate and discomfort should be kept to a minimum.
Are the results permanent?
No. Fillers have a life span of about 9-18 months before they are absorbed by your body. However, with the right treatment schedule you can maintain your positive results long-term.