Rhinoplasty in Tunbridge Wells
“Fifteen minutes nose job” with Dermal Fillers
Love your natural look….
Non-surgical nose reshaping is the new alternative to nasal surgery (rhinoplasty). This is an excellent, affordable option for people who want to change the shape of their noses but do not want expensive surgery, general anaesthetic, prolonged healing and possible side effects (scar formation, loosening of cartilage in the nose and breathing problems).
Who is suitable for Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty?
Anyone who has:
Needs enhance nose balance and correct asymmetry.(By building up the areas with less volume)
Hook shaped noses that would like straightening
Uneven contours and small irregularities of the nose
Nose bumps and depressions the bridge of the nose
Small nose that needs building up
A nose that needs refinement after surgical rhinoplasty. (filling in small defects)
Noses that would like more height, definition and a nose tip. (by adding volume)
During the procedure topical anaesthesia will be applied to the nasal surface which will provide a very good numbing effect. The Dermal filler which is also mixed with local anaesthetic is injected in small amounts and in precise locations into your nose so that there is total control over the shape and contours created by the procedure. The procedure is fast and painless with no downtime and the dramatic result is seen immediately.
The results are immediate and can last up to one year. There will be a small swelling initially but this usually subsides within 48 hours. Because the results are relatively temporary, adjustments can be made as your face changes over time and you always retain a natural look.
A rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as a nose job, is a surgical procedure that is performed to change the shape or look of a nose or improve its function due to trauma or birth defects.
Rhinoplasty is a generally safe surgical procedure, but as with any surgery, things can go wrong. The most common risks during a rhinoplasty procedure are infection, adverse reaction to the anesthesia, and excessive bleeding. There is also the slight possibility that you will need additional surgery in the future. Another risk in regards to cosmetic rhinoplasty is that you may be unhappy with the procedure — rhinoplasty has the highest rate of revision in cosmetic surgery.
Results from a rhinoplasty surgery can typically be seen once the swelling goes down and your physician removes the nasal splint. Nasal breathing is also difficult for about 3 weeks after the surgery due to swelling. Most, if not all, of the swelling is gone two months after you have the surgery performed. As your doctor may tell you. you should see your nose becoming more refined over the following months.