Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a technique that consists of injecting dermal fillers to correct the aesthetic appearance of the nose. Hyaluronic acid is usually the most commonly used substance for this procedure, although the choice will depend on the objectives to be achieved. In this article you can find out everything there is to know about these dermal fillers.
How non-surgical rhinoplasty works
As mentioned above, non-surgical rhinoplasty uses dermal fillers to change the shape of the nose. The duration of this filler treatment will depend on the product used, but the average is usually between 6 and 12 months. However, all practitioners advise repeated injections to ensure excellent results. Apart from the duration, it is important to take other factors into account:
- Elasticity: there are some fillers that achieve a higher elasticity and are therefore more resistant to deformation. However, they tend to cause more pain in patients and the results may be more artificial.
- Duration: although, as you know, most dermal fillers last an average of 6 to 12 months, there are some that are permanent. It is not advisable to opt for this type of products, as it can cause irregularities and totally irreversible complications.
- Hyaluronic acid: this is the most commonly used because it is non-inflammatory, it is an acid naturally present in the body and can be eliminated without any difficulty.
When to use dermal fillers for the nose?
Most people that go to a professional for dermal filler injections for the nose usually opt for this procedure for the following reasons:
- To smooth out protuberances of the nose;
- To enhance or emphasise the tip of the nose;
- To add volume;
- To raise the tip of the nose;
- To conceal protrusions on the arch of the nose.
Possible side effects after treatment
As we always warn you, it is essential that you go to a certified specialist for this type of treatment, as he/she will be able to advise you and recommend a specialised treatment for your particular case and will avoid irreversible damage that may be caused by a bad professional or self-injection (which we always discourage in any case). Some of the possible side effects of non-surgical rhinoplasty treatment, even when carried out by a professional, are as follows:
- Bruising at the puncture site;
- Swelling due to the large number of blood vessels in the area;
- Redness and tenderness.
Most of these side effects appear within 24 to 48 hours of treatment, are usually not bothersome and disappear within a few days.
Our TOP 3 dermal fillers for the nose
At Top Dermal you can find big variety of the dermal fillers for the liquid nose job, but in this blog post we’ll tell you about our 3 favourites.
Stylage L is a very versatile filler that was specifically designed to improve the appearance of deep wrinkles and filling of medium to deep nasolabial folds, smoothing of wrinkled and sagging areas, marionette lines, cheek wrinkles, hollow temple area, nasal hump reduction or nasal tip lift and earlobe reshaping.
Revolax Sub-Q gel has the thickest properties within the entire Revolax range. With its advanced ability to mold, maintain structure and longevity, it is recommend for treatment of deep wrinkles including nasolabials and face (cheek, chin, or nose) contours.
Revofil Plus is a dermal filler with a unique peptide formula. It is indicated for the correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds (such as nasolabial folds) and to restore the shape of the face, including nose bridge.