Non-surgical rhinoplasty corrects shape with dermal fillers
For patients wanting the results of a nose surgery without having to go under the knife, ICCM recommends having a non-surgical rhinoplasty.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is used to correct noses – dips, troughs and bumps – by injecting small amounts of dermal filler.
How is a non-surgical rhinoplasty done?
The process for a non-surgical rhinoplasty is very simple. We will simply inject a filler into the problem area.
A non-permanent hyaluronic filler can also be used to correct a problem with a nose and if the patient is happy with the temporary result (9 – 12 months), they can then move to the long lasting option.
The dermal fillers we use for our non-surgical rhinoplasty have been used extensively in Australia and throughout the world for facial correction.
How will I prepare for the treatment?
You will be issued pre-operative instructions immediately after you make your decision to proceed. It is important to read and understand these instructions when preparing for a non-surgical rhinoplasty in order to ensure the best possible results.
Those instructions may include:
- Refraining from smoking for several weeks before and after the procedure
- Avoiding certain medications
- Arranging for help following the procedure, such as transport and in-home care for the first 24 hours after you leave hospital.
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, or to request a consultation, please contact us today.