Non-surgical rhinoplasty (more literally known as ‘nose filler’) is an aesthetic treatment rising in popularity with women and men alike. According to data released by a private clinic, the demand for such procedures increased by 29% over the past year. With an evident rise in the use of aesthetics due to social media and celebrity influence, such quick and easy ‘lunch break’ treatments are becoming fairly commonplace.
How do non-surgical nose jobs work?
“By carefully injecting dermal filler above and below the ‘bump’ on the nose, we can very easily make the most ‘hooked’ of noses, look completely straight. Additionally, by applying filler around the tip of the nose, we can make it look thinner and more refined, and can further lift the tip of the nose by injecting Botox into the depressor nasalis, the muscle which continuously pulls the nose down.”
What is Rhinoplasty?
Rhinoplasty, or nose reshaping is a surgical procedure designed to improve the shape and size of your nose. The degree of change may range from a subtle refinement of your nose to a dramatic change in the size and overall shape the nose. Perhaps of all the cosmetic surgical operations available to the patient, rhinoplasty demands the greatest degree of precision and technical skill of the surgeon. This is because the nasal skin and fine contour belies any small underlying imperfections.