The non-surgical rhinoplasty, or ‘liquid nose job’, uses dermal fillers to smooth ridges in the nose.
The non-surgical rhinoplasty uses precision-placed dermal fillers to even out the appearance of bumps and ridges in the nose, achieving beautiful results in the least invasive way possible. Dermal filler is placed around the asymmetry in the bridge of the nose to alter the perspective, helping to smooth its appearance and therefore changing the perception of size.
As well as addressing bumps in the nose that may make it appear ‘hooked’, we can also lift the tip of the nose with carefully placed dermal filler. The non-surgical rhinoplasty is the ideal treatment for those seeking to feel confident in their nose and appearance without the pain and cost of surgery, and it is available at Face Perfect Clinic in Leeds!
The dermal fillers we use closely resemble hyaluronic acid, a substance found in your skin that is essential to laxity, bounce, and a youthful appearance. They are therefore safe for use in non-surgical rhinoplasty treatments, as we are only placing them beneath the skin and perform nothing more invasive than a simple series of injections.
Side effects of your treatment
You may notice some minor swelling in the area, as well as minor bruising, redness, and irritability. These side effects are natural, should subside within 3-4 days, and are nothing to worry about, though if you would like reassurance then please do get in contact with us.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty results
Your results can last beyond 1 year before another treatment is required. Dermal fillers are temporary, and are therefore safely and naturally broken down by your body. We will advise you on your treatment, any potential side effects, and how long your results may last at your initial consultation.
Book your appointment
Simply contact Face Perfect Clinic today to arrange your initial consultation. We will discuss your unique needs and answer any questions you may have before advising on your non-surgical rhinoplasty or ‘liquid nose job’ treatment.