Changing the shape of your nose doesn’t require surgery. A non surgical nose job can enhance the appearance of your nose using dermal fillers.
The non surgical nose job uses dermal fillers to reshape your nose. The filler is simply injected into your nose through a fine needle. You won’t feel much as a topical anaesthetic can be used to numb your skin. The dermal filler will be carefully placed to achieve the desired results. It can make your nose look flatter, straighter, or add a more defined bump on the bridge. The treatment usually only takes about 20 minutes to complete.
Once the filler is in place, you will see the results immediately. You may have a little redness, bruising or swelling at the points where the needle went in, but this should fade in a couple of days. The dermal fillers used for the non surgical nose job will usually last for between 6 and 12 months. You can then repeat the treatment in order to maintain the effect.
To learn more about the non surgical nose job procedure, you should make an appointment to see Dr Bhar in London. He can provide personalised advice on whether this treatment can achieve the results you want.
If you are unhappy with the appearance of your nose, having a non surgical nose job could help to boost your self esteem. It can give you a more defined bridge, conceal a large hump on the nose, or subtly adjust its size and shape. The procedure can also help to correct defects such as asymmetry, crookedness and dents caused by injury.
The non surgical nose job could be the right option if you want to change your nose without surgery. It is a safe, almost painless procedure that produces immediate results with no downtime. However, the results will not be permanent and there are limits to what the non surgical technique can achieve. During your initial consultation with Harley Street Surgery, they will advise you on whether the non surgical nose job can make the changes you want to see.
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