Liquid Rhinoplasty Treatments
If your nose makes you unhappy but a surgical rhinoplasty (nose job) feels too drastic or if you’re worried about the expense, then a liquid rhinoplasty could be your saviour! Liquid rhinoplasty is a non surgical treatment involving nothing more than dermal filler and a keen aesthetic eye to change the shape of your nose.
Our Range of Liquid Rhinoplasty Treatments:
What is Liquid Rhinoplasty?
Dermal filler can be used to even out bumps, improve the shape of and sometimes straighten the nose. Without the surgical downtime, general anaesthetic, recovery period, potential complications and expense of a surgical nose job, the liquid rhinoplasty is rapidly becoming the go-to procedure for lots of men and women.
Frequently Asked Questions on Liquid Rhinoplasty:
We aim to answer all your questions before your treatment. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us or book a consultation to discuss your personalised treatment.
Who would benefit from a non-surgical rhinoplasty?
This procedure is ideal for those who have a hook-shaped nose which they’d like to straighten, have a nose which is slightly crooked, have a moderate or mild bump on the bridge of the nose, have a smaller nose requiring more definition and height or even noses which require more definition following surgical rhinoplasty.
What will happen during treatment?
Before treatment you will have a free consultation with Dr McKeating to discuss your individual needs and the result you hope to achieve.
After numbing the area with local anaesthetic, a small needle or cannula will be used to inject small amounts of gel filler into the nose, which is then gently massaged and moulded into place to achieve the desired look. The fillers used are completely reversible, so if in a rare circumstance a client was unhappy with their result, a further injection could be administered to the area within 24 hours of treatment to completely dissolve the previously administered filler. Having a non-surgical rhinoplasty will also not interfere or prevent you from having a full surgical rhinoplasty in the future, should you wish.
Does the treatment hurt?
The area is numbed using a local anaesthetic before treatment. The filler used also contains a local anaesthetic to help reduce any discomfort or pain. We only use very small needles or cannulas during the treatment and the procedure is relatively painless, but we can stop at any time should you be in any discomfort during treatment. After the procedure you may experience some minor bruising but this is not common and most people return to their normal daily routine immediately afterward.
How long does the liquid rhinoplasty last?
Depending on your individual treatment, the effects should last around one year. Results of the procedure are visible immediately, and there is no down time or recovery period like you would experience with a surgical procedure.
Is the treatment dangerous?
There are some possible minor side effects and these will be discussed in detail during your consultation.
There is no evidence of long-term danger from using dermal filler products. In fact, they are often used medically to treat joint pain and eye conditions, as well as for cosmetic purposes. Dermal fillers should only be administered by a doctor or nurse who is fully qualified in injectable aesthetics.
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