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Non Surgical Nose Job (Non Surgical Rhinoplasty) With Nose Fillers
More and more people have been receiving non surgical nose job with nose fillers over recent years to boost their confidence and alter their appearances.
This treatment is also known as ‘liquid rhinoplasty’. It has become popular with people of all genders. One of the reasons for the rising demand for non surgical rhinoplasty is that there is more awareness around it than ever. A substantial number of well-known figures have received this treatment.
In this guide, we’ll tell you all about non-surgical nose job treatment procedures, costs, the recovery process and any risks attached to it. This will help you reach an informed decision on whether the treatment is for you.
Nose Job Fillers Are Quick & Easy
Before the nose fillers treatment, we clean the skin. The injected filler into the areas requires massage. It usually takes no more than 15-30 minutes for the procedure to be completed. The results are generally immediately visible.
When it comes to pain, the fillers usually contain a local anaesthetic to keep discomfort to a minimum.
The practitioner will also take the utmost care to prevent pain whilst they are applying the treatment. The nose doesn’t tend to move much. You can expect the treatment to last for up to 12-18 months.
The non-surgical nose job requires experience. CosmeDocs is the first clinic to:
- Perform and demonstrate
- Nose fillers
more than ten years ago. Since then, we have served thousands of non-surgical rhinoplasty procedures, most of them in under 15 minutes.
Non Surgical Nose Job Before & After
What Can Non Surgical Rhinoplasty Achieve?
Non-surgical nose job treatments use dermal filler to give patients the appearance that they desire. Your practitioner may inject dermal filler above and below a bump. This can make your nose look straighter. Filler applied to the tip of the nose provides lifting. This can make it appear thinner.
Nose job fillers may be suitable for you if you wish to change your nose’s shape without invasive surgery. If you have a ‘hooked nose’, a surgeon can treat this by injecting filler in the tip of your nose to deliver a lifted look.
People use this treatment to smoothen out bumps and uneven contours, improve their nose profile, boost chin projection to deliver additional symmetry, reshape the nostrils, and treat ‘hooked noses’. Many people say this treatment offers a more natural look than surgical alternatives, which can have a greater risk of side effects and require more downtime.
Non Surgical Nose Job Pricing
- From from £450
- 1ml £300
Issues Corrected By A Liquid Rhinoplasty
- A bump or ‘hook’ on the bridge of the nose
- Asymmetrical nose
- Oral commissures
- Crooked nose
- A flat or a low bridge
Frequently Asked Questions
Advantages of Liquid Rhinoplasty With Nose Fillers?
At Cosmedocs, we use safe time tested brands such as Teosyal (Swiss) and Juvederm (USA) for liquid rhinoplasty procedures. These nose fillers are hyaluronic acid based lasting for 9-12+ months on the average.
Nose fillers provide a temporary but long lasting nose job.
- The results are natural
- There is no downtime after the procedure.
- Nose fillers are performed under local anaesthetic.
- Non surgical nose job cost is low
Popular Brands For Dermal Fillers Nose Job?
A nose or nasal filler is a small gel injection applied to the soft tissue of the nose. It can shape, contour and straighten the nose. Two of the dermal filler most commonly used for nose jobs are Teosyal and Juvederm fillers. Both are hyaluronic acid-based. HA is a natural substance in the skin used to add volume to the skin, retain softness and moisture whilst delivering nutrients.
During your consultation, your doctor will pay close attention to your desires and examine your nose closely. In some instances, combining a non-surgical nose job with additional treatments such as botox for the nose tip may help nasal elevation.
In the past, surgical rhinoplasty was your only option if you wanted to make any changes to your nose’s appearance. Even if your nose is technically getting more prominent due to fillers, it can still look smaller. Dr Alexander Rivkin first introduced the technique. Since then this procedure has been refined to 15 minutes.
Asking The Right Questions During Nose Job Consultation?
Don’t hesitate to ask any questions that you feel are important. Ask them how many times they have carried out this procedure, what kind of training they have received, and the qualifications. Make sure your practitioner is honest with you about any complications that might occur. No surgical or non-surgical treatment is entirely risk-free. Find out if they offer aftercare.
Contact Cosmedocs for non-surgical nose job treatment in London, Derby, Nottingham, Birmingham, Windsor and Portsmouth.
Is breathing altered after a non surgical Nose Job?
Nose fillers will do not alter how you breathe. The injections are under the skin, the nasal breathing passages remain intact.
After Nose Fillers Will I Have To Wear Surgical Tape Or A Splint?
We do not recommend supportive tape or splints.
How much swelling and bruising is there after nose reshaping treatment?
We use a combination of a tiny needle which reduces the risk of extensive bruising after dermal fillers. Clients return to work with just a few needle marks and rarely minor bruising that covers up easily. Some mild swelling resolves soon afterwards.
Wearing glasses after the non surgical rhinoplasty?
After dermal fillers, doctors sometimes advise avoiding wearing glasses or sunglasses afterwards for a few days. The bridge or the nose pads on glasses may press on the skin and alter its position. Additionally, there is a risk of glasses being ‘knocked’ and affecting the procedure results.
Exercising after the liquid nose job treatment?
It is possible to start light exercise the following day after nose fillers. Contact sports, where there is a risk of your knocking your nose, should be avoided for up to 2 weeks.
Recovery post liquid rhinoplasty
Most patients can carry on with their normal lives once they have received the treatment. However, you may need to avoid wearing heavy glasses during the first two weeks as these can compromise the results. Your practitioner should give you aftercare advice. These tips should help you minimise risk and shorten the time it takes to recover. You may experience swelling in the lips and other parts of the body, redness and experience a few pinprick marks. Swelling and bruising are more likely to be visible the day after you receive the treatment. You’ll need to avoid wearing make-up for the first 12 hours. Avoid sunbathing, extreme temperatures, vigorous exercise and alcohol for the first two weeks.
Non-surgical procedures don’t normally cause long-term scarring or soreness. Fine needles add fillers to the nose.
Any redness or swelling normally disappears within a day or two. Surgical rhinoplasty can carry big risks, including long-term scars and soreness, which can make it harder to enjoy your ordinary day-to-day life. Another name for a non-surgical nose job is a ‘lunch-hour nose job’. This is because it takes half an hour or less to complete them.
Non Surgical Rhinoplasty Needs To Be Performed By An Expert?
The treatment is sometimes referred to as ‘non surgical rhinoplasty’. It’s essential that the treatment is only provided by highly experienced and qualified specialists to reduce the risks of accidents. If your treatment isn’t provided by a competent professional, you could face sizeable risks. The blood supply to the nose is rather weak, and too much filler at once could overrun the blood supply to your skin.
Before you receive your liquid rhinoplasty, you will need to undergo a consultation. The purpose of this consultation is to ensure the treatment is right for you. During this consultation, your nasal profile will be examined, and your nose will be assessed in the context of your entire facial structure. Chin and lip projection will also be examined for balance and symmetry reasons.
Can The Nose Fillers Move?
Migration of fillers due to aggressive massaging of pressure on the nose as reported. It is therefore advisable to avoid palpating the treatment area afterwards; unless otherwise instructed by your physician.
Any Scars After Nose Fillers?
As just a needle is used there are no scars after the procedure
Do I Require A Review Appointment?
Although not essential, we are happy to review each case to monitor your nose fillers’ progress. Additionally, we offer supportive care on the phone and via emails if patients cannot visit for a review appointment.
Surgical rhinoplasty after a non surgical nose job?
Yes, most surgeons advise while the nose fillers dissolve naturally before planning a surgical rhinoplasty. A very number of patients opt for a surgical rhinoplasty after nose fillers.
How do I know if I would be suitable for a non surgical rhinoplasty?
The ideal candidate(s):
- Does not want to undergo surgical rhinoplasty
- Prefers instant results with little downtime
- Nose the requires building up
- Has an Asian nose with a low bridge that requires building up
- Has a small hook or bump they would like to correct
- Has a slightly uneven nose
- Does not require any functional nasal improvements such as deviated/crooked septum or swollen turbinates.
What noses are not suitable for nose fillers and may need surgery?
- Wide or bulbous nasal tips
- Large bumps or humps on the bridge that may need to be surgical shaved
- Nostrils too ‘flared’ or wide.
- Bridge of the nose too wide
- Nose too long or too short
- Considerable nose crookedness or asymmetry
- Difficulty breathing through the nose
It is possible to alter the appearance of a wide nose with non-surgical rhinoplasty. Our practitioners discuss your options during your consultation.
Driving after nose fillers?
Yes. As there is no general anaesthetic it is fine to drive home after your procedure.
CosmeDocs is a renowned name in the industry of cosmetics. Our clinics located in Harley Street (London), Derby, Nottingham, and Portsmouth are well equipped and modern practices. CosmeDocs are also well-known trainers to physicians from around the globe.