Many people feel self conscious of their nose. Maybe you’d like to mask small humps, raise a flat bridge, fill indents or be more symmetrical. Whatever your reason, a Los Angeles non-surgical rhinoplasty can be a good choice to change the shape of your nose by adding volume with injectable fillers such as Restylane, Juvederm or Voluma.
The best part is the no downtime or anesthesia for this quick procedure (less than 30 minutes) that is relatively comfortable. If you have difficulty breathing through your nose or want to deal with a large hump or drooping nasal tip, you will need a more traditional rhinoplasty. But for smaller issues, a non-surgical rhinoplasty can solve problems such as nasal humps, bumps and drooping tips.
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What is Non-surgical Rhinoplasty?
Non-surgical rhinoplasty involves the injections of dermal filler to change the contours of your nose by filling the area around the bump. Patients have taken advantage of this simple procedure to augment a low bridge, correct asymmetry or cloak a bump.
You get to see the results immediately after the procedure. You can use temporary fillers like Voluma that can last three months to two years or more permanent fillers like Radiesse. Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Los Angeles has proven to be popular with Millennials, who are looking for a simple and non-invasive solution.
At LA Center for Cosmetic Surgery, we understand the importance of providing the experience of board-certified plastic surgeons to do the procedure correctly. Your nose is delicate because of weak blood supply to your nose and any injection into its tip or nostrils can affect the blood supply to your skin.
During your first consultation, you will have an opportunity to ask questions and articulate your concerns about a procedure. Find out what experience does your surgeon have in cosmetic non-surgical rhinoplasty, the process and location of the procedure, whether any anesthesia will be used and the risks involved. Discover how long you should expect the recovery time to take and what your realistic expectation should be after your surgery.
Our plastic surgeon will discuss your health history and recommend the right procedure based on your needs. Make sure to have all of your questions answered before your procedure. Feeling comfortable is important to prepare for the procedure and getting the best results possible.
A non-surgical rhinoplasty in Los Angeles takes less than half an hour allowing you to return to work without anyone knowing you underwent a procedure. You can cover any small bruise with makeup.
During the procedure, the nose is numbed with a topical anesthetic or ice. Once the type of filler has been chosen, it is injected into the bridge, tip, or other areas of your nose to add volume. Many patients have said that the treatment is very comfortable with some sensitivity in the nasal tip.
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You may experience some mild and temporary bruising or redness for a week. Otherwise, normal activities can be resumed immediately after your procedure. You may have a follow-up visit with your doctor to review your treatment and ensure your goals were reached a few weeks later.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are You a Good Candidate for Non-surgical Rhinoplasty?
Anyone with a nose that is not too large or too thick is a good candidate for a non-surgical rhinoplasty.
What Are the Risks of Non-surgical Rhinoplasty?
Serious side effects are rarely associated with this procedure. There are possible side effects, including bumps, nodules, overcorrection and visible filler. On rare occasions, hyaluronic acid fillers can cause an infection or biofilm formation. Another risk is a blood vessel occlusion that can be reversed with an injection of hyaluronidase if caught quickly.
The biggest thing to keep in mind is that the injection of a free silicone is permanent and your body’s response is unknown at first. Many surgeons suggest starting with smaller dosage for that reason.