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Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that temporarily changes the shape of your nose using dermal fillers.
 

What is a non-surgical rhinoplasty?

 
Can non-surgical rhinoplasty do what surgery does?
Compared to traditional rhinoplasty, non-surgical rhinoplasty has its limitations. For example, with non-surgical rhinoplasty, your nose cannot be reduced and the results only last for six months. But dermal fillers can temporarily reduce bumps and change certain features.
 

Non-surgical rhinoplasty may be right for you if you want. :

 
- Add volume to your nose.
- Improve the tip of your nose.
- Smooth out bumps or hollows.
- Camouflage a bump on the bridge of the nose.
- Straighten a slightly crooked nose.
Non-surgical nose jobs are a great way to make minor changes to your nose or to find out what certain changes to your nose look like. However, if you are looking for dramatic and long-lasting changes, traditional rhinoplasty may be more suitable for you.
 

Does non-surgical rhinoplasty make your nose bigger?

 
A non-surgical rhinoplasty can add volume to your nose, but it cannot make it smaller. Many people worry that dermal fillers will make their nose look unnaturally large. But when done correctly, non-surgical rhinoplasty can make your nose look more balanced and proportionate to the rest of your face.
 

Can a non-surgical rhinoplasty make your nose narrower?

 
No. As we said, non-surgical rhinoplasty cannot make your nose smaller or narrower. But in many cases it can reduce lumps and make your nose more symmetrical.
 

What happens before a non-surgical rhinoplasty?

 
Your provider will meet with you to discuss your cosmetic goals. They will ask you what you would like to change or improve about your nose. He or she may also take photos of your nose to help you develop your treatment plan. Some people are not candidates for non-surgical rhinoplasty. But your provider can talk to you about finding a treatment option that's right for you.
 

How does non-surgical rhinoplasty work?

 
In non-surgical rhinoplasty, dermal fillers are used to reshape your nose. Dermal fillers contain a gel-like ingredient - usually hyaluronic acid - that adds volume when injected just under the skin. When performed artistically by a licensed and experienced medical professional, non-surgical rhinoplasty produces impressive results that last up to six months.
 

What happens during a non-surgical rhinoplasty?

 
During a non-surgical rhinoplasty, your provider may apply a topical anaesthetic to numb your skin. Then he or she will inject dermal filler into specific areas of your nose to achieve the desired results. In some cases, your provider may use botulinum toxin injections instead. You may feel a slight pressure or pinch during this process.
The entire procedure usually takes 45 minutes or less.
 

What happens after a non-surgical rhinoplasty?

 
After a non-surgical rhinoplasty, most people experience minor side effects, such as redness and tenderness in the treated area. These symptoms usually only last a day or two.
Other side effects may include:
- Swelling.
- Bruising.
- Nausea
- Migration (when the filler migrates to other areas).

 
 

What are the advantages of non-surgical rhinoplasty?

 
The most notable advantage of non-surgical rhinoplasty is that many people can achieve the desired results without having plastic surgery. There are other benefits as well. For example:
- The treatment takes less than an hour.
- No downtime is required.
- Results are immediate.
- Changes are reversible.
- There are no incisions or scars.
 

Are non-surgical nose jobs safe?


All procedures carry risks. But because your nose is vascular (filled with blood vessels) and close to your eyes, non-surgical rhinoplasty is more technical and complicated than other dermal filling procedures.
 
A non-surgical rhinoplasty should be performed by a licensed professional, such as a plastic surgeon, to avoid the following potential complications:
- Fever.
- Visual disturbances.
- Increased redness or swelling.
- Vascular complications.
- Tissue necrosis (death).
- Loss of vision.

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