A Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty (Nose Job) can improve your appearance at a fraction of the price of surgery, with no downtime.

August 8, 2009

A Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty (nose job) involves using Injectable Fillers in your nose to improve your facial appearance. You can have Silikon-1000 for permanent results (my personal preference), but Radiesse, Juvederm, and Restylane can also be used. The choice of filler depends on the preference, and experience of your physician. I have been personally using Silikon-1000 in the nose for 10 years and have had wonderful success, and many happy patients.

The non-surgical rhinoplasty can be performed to camuoflage a small nose-bump. For example, you may have a hump on your profile view. Filling above and below the hump will improve your profile so it’s straight and attractive.

Crooked noses can also be corrected with a non-surgical nose job. If you have a depressed, flattened area on the frontal view, it will cause the nose to appear twisted. Filling indented areas can also lead to a straighter, more attractive appearance that won’t call attention to itself.

If your nose has visible imperfections from a previous unsuccessful nose job, you can have this corrected permanently with a non-surgical rhinoplasty. Repairing unsuccessful rhinoplasties without additional surgery and downtime is one of the most rewarding procedures for my patients and me. You can have irregularities in the bridge, tip, and nostrils restored to a completely natural, unoperated appearance while avoiding additional surgery which is inconvenient, costly, and often unnecessary.

Your non-surgical rhinoplasty is performed painlessly with topical anesthetic. You have no downtime, and normal activities are resumed immediately after this 20-minute procedure. If you’re an appropriate candidate for Silikon-1000, results are completely natural and permanent.

You may need a surgical rhinoplasty when the airway and septum require correction. It is also necessary to have surgery to make a large nose smaller or if irregularities / deformities are severe.

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