What is a Rhinoplasty?
Rhinoplasty is surgery that changes the shape of the nose. It can be done for medical reasons – such as to correct breathing problems related to the nose or correct disfigurement resulting from trauma or birth defects.
It can also be done because people want to improve their self-confidence. When rhinoplasty is performed in the right way and for the right reasons, it can do just that.
Now if you are considering getting rhinoplasty done on your nose, here comes the big question.
Do you want a procedure that requires days to weeks of downtime and is also very expensive or one that will let you get back to your everyday life almost immediately and also costs less?
If you are still undecided, this article will help you understand how a non-surgical rhinoplasty’s benefits outweigh that of a surgical rhinoplasty.
Traditionally, rhinoplasty involves surgically reshaping bone, cartilage, and skin, which permanently alters the appearance of the nose to help achieve greater facial harmony. Surgical rhinoplasty typically involves a week or two of downtime, and results take six months or more to fully settle in.
But, while surgery is needed to make substantive changes to the nose and remains the best choice for some patients, not everyone is ready to undergo surgery and recovery. Nor does everyone desire permanent changes to their nose.
That’s where non-surgical rhinoplasty comes in.
What is the non-surgical nose job (Rhinoplasty)
A non-surgical nose job is ideal for those who wish to have a more attractive nose without having to go through the possible complications, downtime, and high costs associated with Rhinoplasty (surgical nose correction). It is ideal for individuals with a wide variety of aesthetic nose complaints. This includes the crooked nose, depressions, small bridge, sharp angles, unattractive tip, bumps etc. By correcting these imperfections with FDA-approved dermal fillers, your nose will become smaller, more symmetric and attractive.
Choice of nose filler for a non-surgical nose job
Belotero Intense® is the filler of choice for the non-surgical nose job. Within 30 minutes, an immediate correction will be achieved with minimum to no pain and no recovery or downtime. If you are considering nose reshaping, but do not wish to go through invasive and painful procedures, this revolutionary, safe and effective Non-surgical nose job is right for you.
Are there any risks with Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty?
Like any cosmetic procedure, non-surgical rhinoplasty can carry some risks.
If the person performing the injections doesn’t place the filler in exactly the right spot, there is a chance that the substance will interfere with blood flow, possibly causing long-lasting damage to the skin. However, when the procedure is performed by a trained professional, the risk of misplaced injections is very rare.
Therefore, you can reduce the risk of complications after a liquid rhinoplasty by choosing a qualified professional who has experience in nasal procedures and expertise in working with fillers.
Non-surgical Nose Job FAQ –
How safe is a Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty?
Dermal filler procedures are extremely safe, often requiring only local anesthesia, and other than some minor bruising (as it only involves an injection into the skin), there are no cuts or stitches that need long-term recovery time. You can go back to work the same day, whereas traditional nose surgery can necessitate up to 10 days before returning to activity and up to 6 months before the pain and swelling dissipate entirely. On top of that, because the procedure is temporary, there are no long-term scarring risks.
What nose imperfection can be corrected with reshaping?
This procedure can lift and straighten the tip of your nose, camouflage a bump, unwanted dent or deviated nasal bridge. It can easily increase the height of the nasal bridge while retaining an ethnic identity, which is a common request by Asian clients.
Is the procedure painful?
Lidocaine applied during the procedure ensures minimum to no pain.
Is there any downtime?
Usually, the client can return to work the same day since there will be minimal swelling or bruising.
Why Stacey uses Belotero Intense?
Belotero Intense is approved in Australia and New Zealand for implantation in the human face and have been safely used for years. Belotero Intense® lasts about 1 year. Belotero Intense® may be a better choice for first-time clients who wish to ensure that they like their new look. It is possible to reverse the results of Belotero Intense® quickly by injecting a special enzyme, Hyaluronidase, which will dissolve Belotero Intense®. Stacey also feels that Belotero Intense® is a safer option.
Why non-surgical nose job is better than traditional Rhinoplasty?
It is minimally invasive, therefore there is minimal downtime. It is much more affordable since traditional nose rhinoplasty, which can cost between $5000-8000. A non-surgical nose job is also reversible. Results are very subtle, therefore you will look better, but not like a person who has had a nose job. You must also be aware of the risks and have a full consultation with Stacey to ensure you are fully informed of these before treatment.
Won’t the treatment make my nose look bigger?
No, your nose will remain the same size and may appear smaller.
How do I know if the non-surgical nose job will work for me?
A non-surgical nose job is effective for many types of nose imperfections. To be certain this procedure is right for you, call us to schedule a consultation with Stacey. She will determine if non-surgical nose reshaping will give you the results you desire.
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Local manifestations: inflammatory reactions (erythema, oedema, pain at the point of injection), haematomas, itching, temporary loss of sensitivity around the injected area, dyschromia, abscesses, indurations, nodules (possibly granulomas).
General manifestations: immediate hypersensitivity up to anaphylactic shock, migration of the implant.
Rare but serious adverse events associated with the intravascular injection of soft tissue fillers in the face have been reported and include temporary or permanent vision impairment or blindness, skin necrosis and stroke.
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