Dermal fillers are used to temporarily change the shape of your nose in non-surgical rhinoplasty, which is an aesthetic treatment. This is an alternative for those who do not want to have plastic surgery. This procedure is often referred to as liquid or nonsurgical rhinoplasty.
Can nonsurgical rhinoplasty do what surgery does?
Nonsurgical rhinoplasty has disadvantages compared to normal rhinoplasty. For example, the benefits of non-surgical rhinoplasty only last for six months and your nose cannot be reduced. However, dermal fillers can temporarily correct swelling and change certain properties.
Does non-surgical rhinoplasty make your nose bigger?
Your nose can gain volume with non-surgical methods, but it cannot be reduced. Many people worry that dermal fillers will make their noses look disproportionately large. However, non-surgical rhinoplasty can make your nose look more harmonious and proportional to your other facial features when done correctly.
How does nonsurgical rhinoplasty work?
In nonsurgical rhinoplasty, dermal fillers are used to reshape your nose. A gel-like ingredient (typically hyaluronic acid) found in dermal fillers adds volume when injected just under the skin. Non-surgical rhinoplasty produces stunning results that last up to six months when expertly performed by a qualified and skilled healthcare professional.
What happens after nonsurgical rhinoplasty?
Following nonsurgical rhinoplasty, most people experience minor side effects, such as redness and sensitivity in the treatment area. These symptoms usually only last a day or two.
How long does recovery take?
After nonsurgical rhinoplasty, there is no recovery time required. You ought should be able to get back to your regular schedule right away.
You’ll receive detailed management recommendations for any adverse effects from your healthcare professional.
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