Can you have a non-surgical nose job? Of course, you can! The nose and its symmetry with your face are an essential element of your person. Many people have felt looked down upon because of the shape of their noses.
Right from when we are teenagers to when we become working adults, the first thing people notice about our face is the shape of our nose. And that is why many people what their nose to be at its best. For many years, reshaping the nose required rhinoplasty surgery. However, thanks to innovations in cosmetic surgery, you can now shape your nose using fillers.
You might ask; how can you get a nose job without surgery? Don’t worry. In this article, we talk about non-surgical rhinoplasty, what the procedure involves and who can use it.
Liquid Nose Job
A non-surgical nose job sometimes called a “liquid nose job,” is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that can be used to correct a wide range of imperfections, from minor bumps and dents to more serious issues like crookedness or a deviated septum. The procedure is quick, easy, and relatively painless, and it can be performed in our office with no need for anesthesia or recovery time. Results are immediate, though they may not be permanent. There are three main types of non-surgical nose jobs: injectable fillers, Botox, and threads. Injectable fillers are the most common type of non-surgical nose job, and they can be used to add volume, smooth out wrinkles, and camouflage irregularities. The cost of a non-surgical nose job varies depending on the type of procedure being performed and the extent of correction that is needed. However, in general, non-surgical procedures are much less expensive than traditional surgical nose jobs.
A non-Surgical Nose Job (non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure) is a perfect way to achieve correct symmetry. Further, the procedure is ideal for the following outcomes:
- Reducing roundness in the nasal profile by sculpting the area after injecting fillers
- Pointing or raising the nasal tip
- Removing or smoothing nose bumps
- Correcting the nose shape after an injury