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. Scroll down for all the FAQs about non-surgical rhinoplasty.
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.