November 14, 2017
After-Care Questions I get asked after Dermal Filler Treatments
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is less invasive and has little down-time and no recovery time compared to a surgical nose job which usually requires 6 weeks. The results are immediate and it can be a great option for those considering a rhinoplasty but may want to see the results before committing to surgery.
Non-surgical procedures overall have been gaining popularity. Time has become a huge commodity and so if there’s a procedure that can give a patient the same or similar results to surgery, then it makes sense to choose the non-surgical option that requires virtually no downtime. It’s a safe, quick and semi-permanent procedure.
During the initial consultation, the practitioner at Yorkshire Health and Aesthetics will to discuss the client’s exact requirements. Their expectations from the procedure will discussed as it is important for each client to understand the achievable aesthetic improvements.
The Non-Surgical Nose Job is carried out using a precise series of injections containing dermal filler made of hyaluronic acid, a gel which replicates a substance naturally found in the skin.
The injections are used to soften sharp angles of the nose, fill depressions and change the shape of the tip of the nose too. The great advantage of this procedure is that there is complete control over the results and can be used to disguise bumps, give symmetry and produce a profile more harmonious with the facial features.
It can correct the following issues:
Generally the ideal candidate is someone who has a pronounced lump on the bridge of their nose. By adding small amounts of filler on either side of the bump can create an illusion of s straight nose. Despite adding to the nose, the dermal filler can make the nose appear smaller.
The tip can also be lifted by adding a small amount of filler as well as correct sharp angles of the nose,
People that are not suitable as those that have extreme bumps, or if their nose has been broken or too thick. For these case a traditional rhinoplasty is appropriate.
How long does it last?
The results of the procedure will usually last over 12 months- 2 years however this will depend on the how quickly the individual’s body will reabsorb the hyaluronic acid.
Does it hurt?
No. A topical anaesthetic cream is applied prior to the injections and so the patient feels nothing as the injections are administered. The dermal filler used is called Radiesse and it also contains an aesthetic and so helps the procedure be as comfortable as possible.
How much is it?
Prices start from £449.