Rhinoplasty is the proper term for a nose job. In non-surgical rhinoplasty, injectable fillers are used to reshape the nose. By adding volume to certain areas, a good practitioner can straighten a hooked nose, lift a drooping nose tip, balance out a wonky bridge by disguising prominent bumps, and much more. The procedure is quick and painless – and significantly cheaper than a surgical nose job – but while the results are both immediate and impressive, they are also temporary. If you’re unhappy with your nose and you’ve been considering a nose job, non-surgical rhinoplasty is a great way of testing the waters at relatively low cost before taking the leap with surgery.
Because this procedure uses fillers, I’d encourage you to read through the downloadable dermal fillers factsheet, which covers a number of very important safety issues, all of which apply here as well. In short, you should bear in mind that fillers are woefully under-regulated and this makes it incredibly important to find a good practitioner whom you can really trust.