Nose fillers Non-surgical rhinoplasty
Non-surgical rhinoplasty, also referred to as nose filler or liquid nose job, is a minimally invasive aesthetic treatment that has grown in popularity in recent years. This procedure allows for nose reshaping by removing a bump or correcting minor asymmetry with no scarring and minimal downtime.
Advantages of non-surgical rhinoplasty:
● Stunning outcomes
● There is little or no downtime
● Simple procedure
● Immediate outcomes
● Changes can be reversed
● Surgery is more expensive
● The effects may last up to a year
What can you expect?
Immediately following treatment, most patients notice a straighter, smoother, and more symmetrical nose.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty results, unlike surgical rhinoplasty, are temporary and last as long as dermal filler in any part of the face. Dermal fillers typically last 6 to 12 months before dissolving naturally. The rate at which they dissipate varies between patients.
To achieve the best results, a touch-up treatment may be required. Many people prefer repeat treatment to maintain the desired effect.
How is this liquid rhinoplasty done?
Before treating the area, our dermatologist will apply a numbing cream to the nose. Juvéderm and Restylane are the most popular, well-known, and FDA-approved dermal filler brands used by Drypskin.
Our specialist dermatologist will inject dermal filler above and below the bridge of the nose with a very thin needle, filling in areas that lack volume. By adding volume to these areas, the curved part of the nose will align with the bridge, making the nose appear straighter and improving facial symmetry.
The entire non-surgical nose procedure takes about 15-20 minutes.
How long does it take to recover?
There is little to no downtime, and in some cases none at all. There may be some swelling, redness, and bruising right after the treatment, but this is temporary and will go away in a few days.
It is not recommended to touch the nose or wear glasses because the filler is still malleable and the pressure from glasses may alter the results. The majority of patients can resume their normal activities immediately after treatment.