Pros And Cons of Non-surgical Rhinoplasty

Posted by keemtoul04 on August 1st, 2017

A nose job, which is also known as Rhinoplasty is a medical procedure in which one can undergo in order to improve the shape and size of the nose while maintaining facial balance and harmony. Rhinoplasty procedures can be either surgical or non-surgical. The non-surgical Rhinoplasty is when a cosmetic surgeon uses an injectable filler such as Hyaluronic acid or Botox in order to alter the shape of one's nose. The doctor can use the injectable filler to change the shape of a nose bump and or even camouflage an irregularity by injecting collagen into various parts of the nose. The doctor does not use a scalpel in this case and there is no use of anesthesia. Dermal fillers will be injected to add volume to the nose and the nose will look balanced and well-formed. Below are the pros and cons of non-surgical Rhinoplasty.


Pros of non-surgical Rhinoplasty

1. No surgery

This is the main benefit of non surgical Rhinoplasty as it requires no surgery at all. The procedure will improve the contours and shape of the nose without any form of incision. There is no risk of post-surgical complications such as infections.


2. Minimal downtime

There is minimal downtime involved. The results are instantaneous. You immediately see the results after the procedure, unlike the surgical procedure where you'd require a couple of weeks to heal and before the desired outcomes fully show themselves. It produces significant results within a couple of minutes and there is so much improvement that can be made without surgery.

3. Temporary Results

The results are not permanent. It can only last for a few months before the results fade. If you are not impressed with the results, you are lucky because the looks are not permanent. To add to that, you can reverse the whole procedure if you are not happy with the new results. This can be done by injecting the nose with an enzyme wills would dissolve the filler within a short period of time.


Cons of non-surgical nose-job include:

1. Not a permanent solution.

The results of this procedure can only last for a couple of months (8 months maximum) and therefore this form of treatment does not provide a solution that is long lasting to your troubled areas. The procedure cannot correct the physiological nasal issues at all.

2. Expensive

A round for non-surgical nose-job might not be considered expensive like the surgical procedure but remembers the results are temporary and you will, therefore, need another round of treatment to restore the shape of your nose. Eventually, the treatment costs will pile up and you will end up paying more than the surgical Rhinoplasty.


3. Additional defects

The nose might appear bigger in most cases after the procedure. Therefore if you are trying to reduce the size of the nose in order to harmonize facial features, then a nonsurgical Rhinoplasty might not be the best choice for you.

If you are facing any kind of problem with your nose, consult a specialized surgeon to correct all your nose problems or deviations, even those that existed since birth so as to get satisfying results.

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