Non-Surgical Nose Job
A non-surgical nose job (or rhinoplasty) is a medical procedure that involves the injection of dermal fillers such as Radiesse, into specific locations throughout the nose. The entire procedure lasts for about 15 minutes. A follow up visit is generally required 2 to 3 weeks after the initial procedure, to determine if touch-up injections are needed.
The non-surgical nose job has become a popular alternative for those wanting to correct mild nasal imperfections, but would rather not undergo a traditional rhinoplasty. However, the procedure cannot rectify all nasal problems. For example, it cannot narrow nostrils that are too wide, or reduce a very large nose. However, a non-surgical nose job can camouflage the bump on a bumpy nose, to make it appear smaller, and can also raise a droopy tip. When these imperfections are corrected, it helps to improve facial symmetry, and the face appears more balanced.
Non-Surgical Nose Job Procedure
During a non-surgical nose job, dermal fillers are injected into the nose to alter and change the shape. The injections are placed strategically in order to reshape the nose, and improve the balance. The procedure is done quickly, and requires no downtime. The results of the non-surgical nose job make the nose look quite natural, so it’s not possible to tell that the nose has been worked on.