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Definition

Nasal contouring, reshaping, sculpting, and remodeling of the nasal framework without surgery using absorbable safe dermal fillers of Hyaluronic Acid. This treatment is for people, both male and female, who want nasal contouring, but are not prepared to go down the route of plastic surgery.

The positives of  non-surgical rhinoplasty

Mildly invasive, it is reversible, the results are subtle, it is much less traumatic, it is more affordable and there is no downtime, bandaging, and very little swelling. And, very importantly, there is no general anaesthetic.

Whereas with plastic surgery, you have general anaesthesia, it is highly invasive, there are obvious changes, the surgery causes trauma, it is costly, there is a downtime of approximately two weeks, bandaging, swelling, and often severe black eyes.

Non–surgical rhinoplasty treatment

During the initial consultation, the client’s problem area and expectations are discussed, a medical history is taken, and the client’s permission is sought for before and after pictures to be taken.

Prior to treatment the patient is given topical anaesthetic cream.  Although the dermal fillers used contain Lidocaine to make the process reasonably painless, the topical anaesthesia numbs the skin on the injection site.

The treatment usually takes twenty minutes for the freezing cream to act, and ten to fifteen minutes for the injections.

The results can last for six to eighteen months depending upon the individual client. Recuperation is fairly immediate.

Risks

Some initial redness, and slight swelling, maybe for 2/3 days.  Tenderness. Very Very Very rare, necrosis, loss of vision.

To find out more, or to make a free consultation appointment, call Lesley, Chaelis, 01832 733 811

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty