Non-surgical Rhinoplasty/nosejob

A non-surgical rhinoplasty involves using dermal fillers to contour and shape the nose. With the use of dermal fillers, patients are able to see fast results with little downtime. When nasal imbalance is minor, a non-surgical rhinoplasty can provide patients with remarkable results and an improved overall appearance. Patients considering surgical rhinoplasty are often amazed to find out that they qualify for this procedure.

A nose job without surgery is an excellent option for patients who want a non-invasive procedure and who are looking for safe, satisfying and fast results. Candidates for this procedure are ones who are interested in fixing minor nose imperfections such as bumps or bulges.Unfortunately, those with complex nasal deformities and individuals who want to minimise the size of their nose are not candidates for this treatment.

Hyaluronic acid is the most common substance used in dermal fillers for non-surgical rhinoplasty.It is a substance that is naturally found in the human body, and it also helps increase moisture in the skin. Dermal fillers repair fullness and volume to the skin to smooth facial folds and wrinkles, create fuller lips and enhance facial shape. Treatment results occur immediately and do not affect facial expression.

To maintain the best results, ongoing treatments are required. Some patients report feeling mild swelling, redness, itching, tenderness and bruising which normally lasts a few days. However, in extremely rare cases, inflammatory reactions can occur and last up to two weeks. These adverse side effects are rare but may include infection, allergy, discolouration and ulceration of the skin.

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The Benefits:

  • Cost-effective.
  • Fast and long-term results.
  • Zero downtime.
  • Helps build confidence.
  • Improves appearance.

What problems can non-surgical rhinoplasty address?

  • Slightly off centre or unbalanced nose .
  • Adding height and tip to the nose.
  • Fixing bumps on the bridge of the nose.
  • Adjusting nasal tips that protrude, sag, or are enlarged.
  • Widening of the bridge.
  • Nose tip protrusion.
  • Setting the angle between the nose and upper lip.

How long will it take?

The treatment takes between 15 minutes to half an hour to complete. It can be administered without anaesthetic, however, if needed, some patients choose to have a numbing cream applied beforehand.

A touch up may be needed a few months after the first session. The longevity of the results depend on the individual and product used.

Although there is no downtime, it is important to avoid exposure to the sunlight during the initial post-treatment phase.

Our staff at Mira Clinic in Perth are experienced injectors who can advise if this procedure is suitable for you. Scheduling a consultation with one of our expert staff members is the best way to assess your facial anatomy and make recommendations that are likely to help you achieve the best possible outcomes.

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