If your nose is irregularly shaped and doesn’t make you happy, there are ways to correct and enhance it non-surgically, avoiding going under the surgeon’s knife. Whether an uneven or bumpy nose is there through injury, or it was something you were born with, maybe you’ve had broken bones or sports injuries that are causing you concern, the non-invasive nose job, or liquid nose job as it’s sometimes called, can give you the nose you’ve always wanted.
This procedure, which uses dermal fillers, can give you a defined and symmetrical nose, and may help in minimising bumps or dents that spoil the natural outline and profile of the nose. Nose enhancement procedures are a walk in, walk out treatment which are usually completed within the hour. The treatment is suitable for those that aren’t ready for a permanent invasive surgical procedure and those who aren’t totally sure about the results they are looking for.
Dermal filler treatment:
- Filler treatment for the nose takes about an hour
- It’s possible to reshape and enhance the nose in various ways
- Filler can define the dorsal lines
- Results are temporary and can easily be altered if desired
- Minimally painless procedure, using topical numbing cream before the injection
- Minimal swelling
- You can resume normal activities the next day
- The cost is less than surgical rhinoplasty
- Results can last for up to a year
By making the nose look straighter, dermal filler treatment can make the nose appear smaller. Filler is often used to increase the height and definition of the nasal bridge, and reshaping and contouring the nose. The nose job procedure uses the filler in the depressed nasal areas, it can lift the angle of the nose tip or smooth any bumps on the bridge. Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a cosmetic treatment only, it can’t reduce the size of the nose, or correct problems with the nose, such as breathing difficulties.
There will only be minimal discomfort during the non-surgical nose job, as numbing cream gets applied before the treatment, and most dermal fillers also contain a local anaesthetic, which means you should only feel a light sting on your skin during the injection procedure.
Surgical rhinoplasty is reshaping the nose surgically and involves the using scalpels and anaesthetic and weeks of bruising and swelling after the surgery, but the safe alternative is a non-surgical nose job, achieved using dermal fillers and leaving you with minimal swelling and bruising and giving instant results. Dermal filler treatment is a lot less expensive than surgery, however the results, although they are long-lasting, are temporary and will eventually need repeating.