Non-surgical Rhinoplasty with Dermal Fillers for the liquid nose job Sydney can trust.
For patients who would like to alter the appearance of their nose, but are reluctant to undergo surgery, ICCM offers a non-surgical rhinoplasty. Also known as the liquid rhinoplasty, Sydney patients have this alternative option available to them via our experienced clinic.
This effective treatment is used to help correct minor irregularities of the nose, by injecting small amounts of dermal filler into the nasal contour. Performed as a walk-in walk-out procedure, you can expect immediate results and, effectively, no downtime. Although rare, you may experience some minor swelling and/or bruising.
The use of dermal fillers in the nose is a very common way to fill out bumps and irregularities, which creates a more pleasing shape avoiding the need for surgery. Those with nasal humps or a flat nasal bridge will find this an effective way to rectify these issues. The procedure is performed in a short amount of time, and no downtime is required.
Dermal fillers can also add projection to the tip of the nose while also filling in nasal wall depressions. Those with a crooked nose as a result of injury may also see improvements with this procedure.
The non-surgical rhinoplasty is an effective treatment to help correct small irregularities of the nose, by injecting small amounts of dermal filler into the nasal contour.
How is a non-surgical rhinoplasty done?
The process for a non-surgical rhinoplasty is specific, yet simple. The dermal fillers we use for our non-surgical rhinoplasty have been used extensively in Australia and throughout the world for facial correction.
We use a semi-permanent filler, which lasts up to 18 months. Additionally, if for some reason you change your mind after it is done, it is entirely reversible!
You will be issued pre-operative instructions immediately after you make your decision to proceed. It is essential to read and understand these instructions when preparing for a non-surgical rhinoplasty in order to ensure the best possible results.
How do I know if this procedure is right for me?
Determining if a non-surgical rhinoplasty is the right course for improvement of the irregularities in your nose, a consultation with one of the cosmetic surgeons at ICCM will be required at which you will be thoroughly evaluated.
We will discuss your goals to make sure that dermal fillers will be appropriate for your situation.
What are dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers contain a natural and complex sugar chain that is found in our skin. This is why they have such a good, proven safety record and require no pre-treatment.
These fillers can target hollows in the nose and help straighten it , while also helping those with a prominent dorsal hump. The hump can be filled in giving a straighter appearance, and we can even provide improvements for a nose that deviates as well.
If required, dermal fillers can also provide improvements to nasal tip projection and raising the height of the nose to create a more prominent nasal bridge.
What benefits should I expect from a non-surgical rhinoplasty?
The nose is a popular area for cosmetic surgery as it is a central focal point of the face. Your nose defines your look, and those who are unhappy with the aesthetic of their nose deal with the issue daily. Corrections can restore a sense of confidence and comfort in your appearance.
This procedure is appropriate for patients of varying ages and can offer a natural, harmonious look without any surgical incisions or downtime.
This effective treatment is used to help correct minor irregularities of the nose, by injecting small amounts of dermal filler into the nasal contour.
How much does non-surgical rhinoplasty cost?
The cost of this treatment starts at $550. If you would like to know more about non-surgical rhinoplasty, you may request a consultation or call our clinic for further advice. Contact us today.
It is important to note that costs vary based on the needs of the individual, which is why a consultation with ICCM is an important step to understand not only the costs applicable to you, but all other details about the procedure.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dermal fillers have been proven to be very safe with low-risks. Any injection brings with it the risk of swelling, bruising, or bleeding; however, adverse effects or reactions to dermal fillers in the nose are quite rare. The team at ICCM is well-experienced with this procedure and follow safe practices to ensure all risks are minimised.
The non-surgical nose job is best suited to someone with a pronounced bump on the bridge of their nose, a droopy tip or a mildly crooked nose.
For more significant changes to the nose, a full rhinoplasty may be required. This will be made clear during your consultation; however, in which we will evaluate your situation and discuss your goals to determine the best path forward.
This is a minimal procedure with little to no injectable pain. For those who are worried about the pain of the injection, a topical cream can be used to numb the area.
The tip of the nose is likely the area where this will be noticeable as it is the most sensitive area. In the majority of cases, however, patients go straight back to work with nothing more than a small red or slight bruise. At most, this may remain and subside over the following week.
As mentioned above, dermal fillers are incredibly safe and have been used for various applications in the human body for quite a long time. While we are unable by law to name the products we use on our website, the team at ICCM only use products that we trust, with proven safety records.
Most dermal fillers feature hyaluronic acid, a substance that forms naturally in the skin. The main advantage of this is a lower risk of an allergic reaction. Even people with food sensitivities are safe to have dermal fillers injected into their skin.
Dermal fillers are used in many countries all over the world as an injectable cosmetic treatment for over two decades. They have an outstanding track record of safety, so you can have peace of mind that this procedure offers little to no risk.