This procedure is more than just an injection and then being on your way. The nose has a defined shape and to make any alteration requires careful thought and placement of the filler to achieve the results you desire. That’s why you need a plastic surgeon that is qualified for and experienced in rhinoplasty and the use of dermal fillers. Having this dual experience will allow the surgeon to understand what is needed to augment the nose without injecting the filler in a manner that is unsafe. During the consultation, make sure to verify their history with non-surgical rhinoplasty and discuss the results you want. There are limitations present with non-surgical rhinoplasty that aren’t with rhinoplasty. Make sure the results you want match up to what can be delivered. In addition you will want to consider checking out the before and after gallery to get a feel for the results you can expect. You can expect minor swelling and bruising but that will fade after a couple of days. The placement of the filler and your own response will determine the final results. Individual results may vary.
A non-surgical rhinoplasty is a procedure designed to change, correct irregularities in shape, and improve upon tip projection of the patient’s nose. Many patients consider getting rhinoplasty but find the traditional surgical method to be too invasive. In addition, the recent advancements in non-surgical aesthetic procedures have paved the way for more temporary yet less invasive means of correcting one’s nose.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is performed via an injection that contains a dermal filler. One of the most common fillers used is Radiesse+ thanks to its heavier consistency. Other popular options include Belotero among other hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers. In general, you can expect the results to last for 6-8 months depending on your response to the procedure.