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Non surgical Rhinoplasty

Non-surgical nose job (non-surgical rhinoplasty) is performed using injectable fillers (hyaluronic acid) and Botox, to restore a more symmetric look to your nose. Controlled and precise injections from the plastic surgeon can make the nose look more proportional and smaller in the facial frame. The results are instantaneous and there is essentially no recovery, unlike surgery.  

There are many ways a plastic surgeon can reshape the nose with fillers. The most common is to diminish the appearance of bumps on the nose.  By injecting the bridge above the bump, it makes it appear straighter. This cannot, however, make a bridge smaller.  To create a smaller nose and remove the excess bridge a rhinoplasty (nose job) surgery is required.

In those who have had a prior plastic surgery of the nose and have irregularities, using filler can be a welcome alternative to undergoing a more complex revision rhinoplasty surgery.  This is especially true if the imperfections after surgery are minor (like small depressions in areas around the tip and bridge) and small refinements are only necessary.

Although it is a welcome alternative to plastic surgery, there are limitations to what this approach can accomplish and it cannot replace the traditional rhinoplasty. It is not a permanent solution as the results will last approximately 8-12 months.

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