The non-surgical nose job is perfect for those:

  • who are interested in surgical rhinoplasty, but want to test what it will look like;
  • that would like a temporary and reversible option, in the very rare case they don’t like the look;
  • unwilling to pay exorbitant fees and undergo the risk and prolonged recovery (over a year) from a surgical rhinoplasty;
  • who only need small changes to perfect the shape and size of the nose;
  • who have been bothered by their nose for years, and want a simple and highly effective treatment done in minutes.

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Non-surgical rhinoplasty: what is a liquid nose job with dermal fillers?

The liquid or non-surgical nose job (also called nose filler or a filler nose job) is a safe cosmetic treatment that uses injections of dermal filler to change the shape of the nose without surgery. Traditionally, those wanting to change the shape of their nose have had to resort to surgery. With advancements in dermal filler techniques, many people now have a simple, safe and reversible treatment option to improve the shape of their nose. Nose fillers can help improve almost all concerns people may have about their nose including:

  • disguising a bump or dorsal hump, giving a smooth sloping or straight shape;
  • adding projection to the nose tip, giving it a lifted appearance;
  • defining the dorsum of the nose;
  • improving the appearance of a deviated septum helping your nose appear straighter;
  • giving the nose a slimmer appearance;
  • correcting unsatisfactory results from nose surgery where you haven’t achieved the dream nose you wanted;
  • giving the side profile more balance and definition;
  • improving the proportion and size of the nose relative to the face.

A liquid rhinoplasty with nose dermal fillers cannot help those with concerns such as:

  • very large noses who would like a small nose;
  • widely set alar (or nostrils) who want a slimmer appearing nose;
  • those with a very vertically oriented nasal dorsum who want to improve the shape on side profile view.

For those where a non-surgical nose job with dermal filler cannot correct the nose or for those looking for a permanent solution, rhinoplasty (a nose job) is the preferred option. Importantly, the results of a non-surgical nose job are temporary. So, if you like the results, maintenance treatments will be required every 9-18 months. The treatment is also instantly reversible in case you change your mind, or in the event of a complication. You may be wondering how much a non-surgical rhinoplasty might cost. It isn’t as expensive as you think. Compared to the cost of a nose job, it is much more affordable. A non-surgical rhinoplasty in Melbourne costs around $990 per treatment. The cost of a nose job or rhinoplasty in Melbourne can be over $18000, plus the cost of taking time off work. Many people chose to have a non-surgical nose job because the cost of a nose job is higher, and requires invasive surgery, risk, and downtime away from work. The non-surgical liquid rhinoplasty is a complex treatment to perform safely and to the highest standard. It is important to ensure that your injector has extensive experience and the appropriate qualifications prior to having a nose filler treatment with them. Quality and experience should be the most important consideration when deciding on your nose filler injector. Cheaper prices often come at a drop in quality and an increase in risk. So do your research before deciding on where to go for your non-surgical rhinoplasty with nose filler in Melbourne, Australia.

Nose fillers: everything you need to know

Having a nose job with nose fillers in Melbourne with Dr. Aaron is the perfect way to achieve the nose you’ve always wanted. A non-surgical nose job is simple – it takes 10 minutes (hence the name the lunchtime nose job!), has almost no discomfort, and you can get back to your day immediately. You’ll see results straight away, and any swelling and bruising is usually mild, can be covered with makeup, and will resolve quickly. A well-performed non-surgical nose job will look balanced and natural and is a great alternative to invasive nose job surgery for those who don’t want a permanent change, who cannot afford a costly nose job, or who don’t want prolonged downtime and time off work. It is also a great way for those considering a surgical rhinoplasty nose job to test out what the results may look like. The results are long-lasting, typically from 12-24 months, at which time you can have a maintenance treatment to ensure your nose keeps looking great. The process itself generally takes 10-15 minutes. The areas of the nose injected with filler will depend on the type of nose you have, and how you want it to look. Bumps can be hidden by injecting filler above and below the most prominent point. A deviation can be improved by injecting filler to the concave side of the nose. A small nose can be made more balanced by adding height, length and projection by injecting the bridge, tip and columella, and the tip can be lifted by injecting dermal filler to the tip of the nose and at the base of the columella. Another approach uses dermal filler to build and define the nose bridge for those who have a flatter nose bridge. Compared to traditional rhinoplasty surgery (a nose job), a filler nose job has far fewer risks (when performed by a qualified cosmetic doctor), is far more affordable, is reversible, and has no downtime (compared to the months of recovery with nose job surgery). Many cosmetic specialists believe that the non-surgical nose job should be the first treatment option wherever possible, and is far preferable to nose surgery. Rhinoplasty surgery should only be used when someone wants a permanent result and is happy to undergo the risks, cost and downtime of surgery, or if they have a concern that cannot be corrected with nose filler, such as a very large nose, a vertical dorsum, or wide nasal alar (nostrils)If you are looking for a rhinoplasty nose job in Melbourne, seeing an experienced nose filler specialist ensures that no matter what type of nose you have, you may get the best results possible. Furthermore, the dermal filler used in the liquid nose job treatment is completely reversible. So, if for whatever reason you decide the result is not for you (although this is very rare!), then the filler can be instantly reversed.

Facts about nose fillers

  • Nose filler is also known as the liquid nose job, a non surgical nose job, a non surgical rhinoplasty, and the lunchtime nose job;
  • it uses temporary and reversible dermal filler injections to reshape the nose;
  • dermal filler injections in the nose takes 10-15 minutes, is safe, has no downtime, and is much more affordable than surgical rhinoplasty (nose job);
  • the results of the liquid nose job are temporary and instantly reversible, so if you don’t like it, you don’t have to live with it;
  • nose filler results are immediate, and last 12-24 months on average;
  • there is almost no discomfort with the non surgical rhinoplasty;
  • results are tailored to you, meaning you can have your dream nose that looks defined and natural.

How long does the liquid rhinoplasty (non surgical nose job) actually last

Temporary dermal fillers generally last longer in the nose compared to other areas of the face. For most people, results lasting 12-24 months can be expected, however, for those who have consistent maintenance treatments, the longevity can be longer. Hyaluronic acid fillers (those most commonly used in the filler nose job) are gradually broken down by the body at different rates depending on your metabolism, and the level and activity of your naturally occurring hyaluronidase enzyme (the compound that breaks down filler). While some believe that filler lasts longer in the nose as it is a less mobile part of the face, recent research shows that the greater longevity is most likely due to lower rates of migration of the filler due to the nose not being mobile (as compared to the lips for example). It is critical to avoid over-filling the nose with fillers. Injecting too much dermal filler too frequently leads to higher rates of migration and a risk of causing a swollen nose that lacks definition. For this reason, only small volumes of dermal filler should be injected into the nose (less than one ml per treatment), and treatments should be spaced apart by nine months at a minimum. While being conservative means that you may not get a full or long-lasting result the first time, it allows a much more defined and beautiful nose to be built over a few treatments. Those that have had two to three nose filler treatments find that their results last longer and longer each time up to a limit of around 18-30 months. For those that have undergone their first nose filler treatment, you can have a one-off top-up treatment within the first 12 weeks after your initial procedure safely to help stabilise the results. About 25% of people who have the non-surgical rhinoplasty the first time decide to proceed with a small top-up treatment, and then maintain at intervals of no less than nine months. When maintained consistently, the results of your non-surgical rhinoplasty can be very stable, and last many years. Consistency is the most important part of reshaping the nose with dermal fillers. In future, if you decide that you want to proceed with surgery, or want your old nose back, then the dermal fillers in the nose can be immediately reversed at any time. However, many people find that their long-lasting results are so good that they are happy to come in for a maintenance treatment every few years, without ever having to undergo an invasive, risky and permanent surgical nose job.

Risks of a non surgical nose job

Injecting dermal fillers in the nose is very safe when performed by an experienced cosmetic doctor. While there are some rare risks, it is a great alternative to expensive and invasive surgery that carries significant risks related to anaesthesia, the actual surgery, and the results (if they are unsatisfactory it is extremely costly and difficult to correct, often requiring additional surgery). Undergoing treatment by undertrained or inexperienced practitioners increases the risks of complications and poor results. The most important risk of nose filler treatment is impairing the blood supply to the skin. This is known as ischaemia and occurs if the dermal filler is accidentally injected into the arteries of the nose, or if too much filler is injected around the arteries, compressing them, blocking the blood flow. If left untreated, the affected skin can die and scar, known as necrosis. When performed by an experienced nose filler specialist, the risk of impaired blood supply is very rare. If it does occur, the skin may change colour and develop small pustules. Dissolving the filler will reverse the blockage, restoring blood flow. If this is done quickly, then the skin will fully recover. If you have had rhinoplasty and are considering dermal filler injections to fix your nose job results, the risk of blocking blood flow to the skin will be higher. This is because the scar tissue caused by your rhinoplasty surgery will fixate the blood vessels, increasing the chance of a needle entering them. The scar tissue also reduces the space to inject filler, increasing the chance of compressing the blood vessels. An experienced cosmetic injector will be able to determine if it is safe to correct your rhinoplasty surgery result, and if so, how to perform the nose filler treatment correctly. The rarest risk associated with dermal filler injections is blindness. This has occurred only a handful of times and is generally caused by unsafe injection techniques. Having an in-depth understanding of anatomy and safe injection techniques significantly reduces the risk of this occurring (the risk being lower than being struck by lightning). The risk of all cosmetic procedures, including the non-surgical nose job, is not liking your result. The non-surgical rhinoplasty has an extremely high satisfaction rate when performed correctly. Many concerns can be addressed, including dorsal humps, crooked shapes, hook noses, and droopy nose tips. The key advantage of nose fillers over a surgical nose job is that it is reversible. Many people who have been dissatisfied with the result of their nose surgery have felt that they should have tried nose fillers as it completely mitigates the scary and intimidating of having to live with a result you aren’t satisfied with. Other temporary side effects of nose injections with filler include slight redness, mild swelling, and bruising. It is important to allow a few days for the results to settle in. You will see the final result after two weeks. Non-surgical nose jobs are exploding in popularity simply due to their many advantages over traditional nose surgery, including lower cost, no downtime, increased safety, and reversibility.

The best non surgical nose job with nose fillers in Melbourne, Australia

Many people are unhappy with the shape of their nose. Whether it’s a minor concern or a significant one that prevents you from taking photos from particular angles, dissatisfaction with your nose can have an unwanted effect on your confidence. By having a non-surgical rhinoplasty in Melbourne with Dr. Aaron you can rid yourself of these worrying concerns in less than 20 minutes, with no downtime or expensive rhinoplasty surgery. Even better, the results are immediately reversible in the very rare case it’s not for you. Dr. Aaron is one of Australia’s most experienced, respected, and well-known providers of nose fillers in Melbourne, so when having your non-surgical nose job treatment with him, you can ensure you are in safe, experienced and skilled hands.

What type of filler is used for the non surgical rhinoplasty?

There are many types of dermal fillers that people have injected into the nose. The most popular type of dermal filler used for non-surgical rhinoplasty is hyaluronic acid dermal fillers. These are safe, predictable, temporary and reversible. These dermal fillers are injected into the nose using tiny needles and generally last 12-24 months. They can be immediately reversed by injecting a hyaluronidase enzyme that breaks down the hyaluronic acid molecules. Permanent dermal fillers can also be injected into the nose, however, they are rarely used. If complications occur with permanent dermal fillers, they are extremely difficult (sometimes impossible) to treat. Additionally, if you don’t like the result of your non-surgical rhinoplasty that has been performed using permanent dermal filler, the result cannot be reversed. Lastly, some doctors are injecting fat into the nose to reshape it. While it uses your own tissue, fat injections to the nose carry the same risks as permanent fillers,  but are less predictable in the results that they can achieve, as not all of the fat will survive, potentially leading to asymmetry, or no visible change at all. Temporary and reversible hyaluronic acid fillers remain the most popular and safe product used in the non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure.

Can nose fillers make the nose smaller?

Many people who believe that they have a large nose actually have a contour or shape problem, rather than a size problem. Certain shapes can make the nose appear larger than it actually is by throwing the nose out of balance with the face. Such shapes include a dorsal hump, a hook nose, a saddle nose, and noses with a wide dorsum and round tip. Injecting dermal filler will make the nose very slightly volumetrically larger, however in the far majority of cases, improving the shape of the nose actually makes it appear smaller. This works by softening the transition points of the nose and disguising eye-catching deformities of the nose such as a dorsal hump. Many people have been concerned about having nose fillers worrying that their nose will look larger. However they are ecstatic when they see their results, and their nose looks smaller simply by improving its shape, definition and balance with the face. The nose tip can be made to appear smaller and slimmer by precisely injecting the apex. Likewise, injecting the dorsum of the nose in a very precise way can make the nose appear slimmer. For those with flaring nostrils giving them a wide nose when speaking and smiling, anti-wrinkle injections can be placed on the nostrils to reduce the amount of flaring. Those with widely set nostrils will need surgery to slim their nose from the front on view.

How can the non-surgical rhinoplasty help me?

If you want a totally new nose, or just a subtle tweak without expensive, invasive and risky surgery, then the non-surgical nose job is a great alternative. By carefully injecting dermal fillers your nose can be reshaped to improve a number of common bothersome nose shapes. The procedure is very comfortable, and anaesthetic can be used if needed. The non-surgical rhinoplasty can achieve the following:

  • improve a crooked nose, giving you a straight and defined nose;
  • disguise bumps by injecting dermal filler above and below the hump;
  • build a nasal bridge by injecting nose fillers around the nose bridge to make it more defined and pronounced;
  • refine and ‘lift’ the nose tip: by adding targeted dermal fillers to the nose tip and around the supporting areas, the non-surgical rhinoplasty can help to create a more delicate and balanced nose tip that works in harmony with the nose as a whole;
  • change the general shape of the nose, making it straighter, slimmer, or giving it a gentle curve.
  • increase the size of a small nose by injecting dermal fillers, improving the balance and proportion of the face, especially on the side profile view.

How is the non-surgical rhinoplasty performed?

Non-surgical nose job: the four steps to achieving your dream nose.

  1. The nose is formally assessed and measured by your injecting practitioner using precise instruments such as callipers, and the key landmarks are mapped with markings using a small pencil.
  2. The skin is extensively cleaned using a strong antiseptic solution. Most commonly, a 70% alcohol swab is used to remove bacteria, and reduce the risk of infection.
  3. Hyaluronic acid dermal filler is then injected into the preplanned areas of the nose using a tiny needle to achieve the desired shape.
  4. The filler is moulded to ensure a smooth and consistent shape.

The results from your non-surgical nose filler treatment are seen immediately and there is no recovery period. It is the perfect treatment for people bothered by the shape of their nose, and it can improve the appearance of the nose for all but a select few cases. The most common types of noses injected with dermal fillers are those with a dorsal hump, a hook shape, a droopy tip, or where the nose bridge lacks definition and projection. Anaesthetic cream is not required for the nose filler treatment. The skin of the nose bridge has low sensitivity, and the tip is very quick to inject. As tiny needles are used, almost everyone who undergoes the non-surgical nose job has far less discomfort than they were expecting. Some practitioners inject dermal filler in the nose using a long blunt needle known as a cannula. This is inserted at the tip of the nose after an entry point is made using larger needles. Injecting dermal filler with a cannula in the nose is more painful, less precise, and has a higher risk of migration of the filler. For this reason, the needle is the preferred approach in most circumstances. Cases, where a cannula is preferable, may include noses that require a significant augmentation of the bridge, as is the case when treating those with very flat noses.

Nose fillers vs nose thread lift

Nose filler works by using precise injections of dermal fillers (most commonly biocompatible hyaluronic acid) under the skin to add volume and reshape the nose. Depending on the area of injection, different concerns can be addressed. A dorsal hump can be disguised, a crooked nose straightened, and a droopy tip lifted by adding height and projection. Nose thread lifts work by inserting fine threads of biocompatible material (most commonly polydioxanone or PDO threads) to reshape the nose. The threads are inserted at the nose tip under the skin and are passed along the dorsum of the nose to elevate the nose bridge, dorsum and tip. The threads also stimulate the production of collagen.Difference between nose fillers and nose threads:Nose fillers:

  • minimal discomfort and no downtime;
  • takes 10-15 minutes;
  • highly precise, with even the slightest concerns able to be improved;
  • immediately reversible;
  • temporary results lasting 12-24 months on average;
  • ability to define the nose bridge, disguise a dorsal hump, slim the dorsum and precisely lift the tip;
  • less traumatic compared to nose threads.

Nose threads:

  • moderate discomfort and minimal downtime;
  • takes 30-45 minutes;
  • less precision, with the whole nose treated, even if only one part of the nose is the problem;
  • not reversible;
  • temporary results lasting 6-18 months;
  • ability to define the nose bridge and slim the dorsum;
  • can give the tip a droopy and swollen appearance;
  • more traumatic compared to nose fillers;
  • stimulates collagen, making subsequent treatments (whether with nose threads, nose filler or nose surgery) higher risk and more technically difficult.

When comparing nose threads with nose fillers, the non-surgical rhinoplasty with filler is the preferred option for almost all types of noses. One potential exception is for people needing to lift and define a very flat or non-existent nasal bridge. Even then, the filler can achieve the same result with more precision, less pain, and the option to reverse the result if it is not satisfactory. People may prefer nose threads if they have had a reaction to previous dermal filler injections, however, they must be careful with the implications of placing material in the nose and stimulating collagen in this delicate area. Very rarely, nose threads may be combined with nose dermal filler injections. This is usually for those that have a very small, undefined and flat nasal bridge and who lack projection and definition of their nose tip.

Nose job surgery (rhinoplasty) vs non surgical rhinoplasty (non surgical nose job)

Nose dermal fillers are a quick, safe, temporary and reversible treatment option for those that are unhappy with the appearance of their nose. They involve small injections of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers to the areas of concern on the nose, improving its shape. Surgical rhinoplasty, also known as a nose job, is an invasive and permanent treatment designed to reshape the nose.Non surgical nose fillers:

  • safe treatment with minimal discomfort and no downtime;
  • non invasive, with no incisions, or scars;
  • treatment takes 10-15 minutes;
  • results are immediate, lasting 12-24 months on average;
  • can be immediately reversed if required;
  • highly precise treatment that can improve dorsal humps, crooked noses and droopy nose tips;
  • very high satisfaction rate when performed correctly (over 95%).

Surgical rhinoplasty:

  • invasive treatment option requiring general anaesthetic;
  • significantly higher price compared to nose fillers;
  • requires time off work, with final results taking 12-18 months;
  • results are permanent, and further treatments to improve results have an increased risk and are more complex;
  • less precise compared to dermal filler injections;
  • can correct most problems with the nose, including dorsal humps, a deviated septum, a droopy nose tip, wide alar, large nostrils, and reduce the size of larger noses;
  • moderate satisfaction rate, with people occasionally requiring revision surgery to improve results.

When comparing nose fillers to nose surgery, dermal filler injections to the nose are a great option for the far majority of people looking to improve the shape of their nose. It has many key advantages over nose surgery, such as minimal discomfort, lower cost, no downtime, and reversibility. Surgical rhinoplasty is indicated for those who want a permanent solution, and who are accepting that revision surgery may be required if the result is unsatisfactory, who have wide nasal alar (wide-set nostrils), large nostrils, a very vertical dorsum, and a large nose that would prevent reshaping with dermal fillers. Most people who are bothered by the appearance of their nose prefer the non-surgical option. For those that later decide that they want surgery, the dermal filler can simply be dissolved before the nose operation and will have no effect on the results. In cases where you have had nose surgery and do not like the results, or the appearance is not as you expected, dermal fillers can be injected into the nose to correct the result of a surgical nose job in most cases. Correcting a surgical rhinoplasty with dermal filler injections is a complex treatment that requires an experienced injector who is proficient and highly experienced in treating the nose with hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers.

Why do people want to change their noses?

Many people are bothered by the shape and size of their nose. Most commonly, it is something that has been a concern since childhood or during high school. They see bumps, unpleasing angles, and an unbalanced size, particularly in photos where their nose is seen from an unflattering angle. Some are bothered by all aspects of their nose, others are only bothered by their nose from the side profile, or selfie angle (taken at 45 degrees). People who have had trauma may notice a deviation or new bump that was never there before, and others have inherited an undesirable nose from their parents. These concerns can be mild and a slight annoyance, or significant, and affect your confidence, changing the way you interact with others. Perhaps you don’t allow people to take photos from particular angles, or maybe you don’t like sitting next to people so that they can’t see your nose from the side profile view. Whatever the concern, it affects many people from all backgrounds, and of all races and genders. The nose is one of the most important facial features, and it can affect the entire appearance of one’s face. Depending on the shape and size of your nose it can either improve or impair your overall appearance. New approaches to cosmetic treatments have allowed those who previously couldn’t afford nose surgery, or who don’t want to go under the knife, a great non-invasive treatment option to improve the shape of their nose. Nose fillers can increase the size for those with a nose that is too small for their face, and improve the shape for those with contour irregularities such as bumps, a wide dorsum, a droopy nose tip, and a crooked appearance. Nose surgery can reduce the size of a large nose, reduce the size of the nostrils, lift the nose tip, correct a deviated septum, and improve breathing difficulties. There are great treatment options for all types of noses to help the many people who have spent years being bothered by, and self-conscious of their nose. The desire for people to reshape their noses stems from ideals of beauty and facial balance and harmony. Nose filler injections to reshape the nose is quickly becoming one of the most popular and life-changing cosmetic treatments around the world.

Who is unsuitable for a non-surgical rhinoplasty?

Almost all types of noses can be improved with nose fillers. There are a few certain types of concerns that nose filler cannot treat. In cases where nose filler cannot improve your concerns, you should consider consulting a specialist rhinoplasty surgeon. The concerns that nose filler cannot improve are:

  • slimming widely set nostrils;
  • straightening a nose with a very vertically orientated dorsum;
  • improving the shape of a very large nose.

While filler can still be injected in noses with these three features, whether or not it is appropriate depends on if there are other nasal deformities that can be improved, and if the person would be happy with small improvements in the shape and balance of their nose.

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Key information about the non-surgical rhinoplasty (select to expand):

Understanding your nose

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Know your nose

Understanding your nose is the first thing to do when deciding if nose reshaping with dermal filler is right for you. Dermal fillers can be injected in a number of areas along the nose to improve its appearance.

Where fillers placed to reshape the nose:

  • radix: also known as the root or bridge of the nose;
  • dorsum: the top of the nose running from the bridge to nose tip;
  • supratip: the area just above the nose tip;
  • nose tip: the most projected point of the nose;
  • columella: lies between the nose tip and the base above the upper lip;
  • nasolabial angle: between the columella and upper lip;
  • nasal alae: the outer part of the nostrils
  • lateral walls: the sides of the nose.
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Nose anatomy
How the non-surgical rhinoplasty is performed

Know what to expect

How the non surgical nose job is performed

Undergoing a non-surgical nose job is a lot more straightforward than you may think. The treatment has no downtime, essentially no pain, and is done in approximately 10 minutes.

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What to expect at your appointment for nose fillers:

  • a comprehensive consultation to discuss your concerns and how you’d like your nose to look;
  • an in-depth assessment to determine if the treatment is appropriate, and what can be achieved;
  • if you decide to proceed, clinic photography will be taken;
  • the area will be marked, ensuring the filler is placed with precision;
  • dermal filler will be injected using tiny needles in key areas along with the nose;
  • once completed, you will see immediate results from your nose filler;
  • you may have slight tenderness and a mild headache for a few days, but you can resume almost all activity immediately.
What problems nose filler can correct

Sculpt the perfect nose

How dermal fillers can reshape the nose

Dermal filler injections can be carefully injected to completely reshape the nose without any expensive or invasive surgery. With no downtime and essentially no discomfort, you can achieve your dream nose in under 15 minutes.Almost all types of noses can be reshaped with dermal filler.

What expertly injected nose filler can correct:

  • disguise a dorsal hump;
  • build a nasal bridge;
  • add definition to the nasal dorsum giving it more contour;
  • slim a round or button-shaped nasal tip;
  • add projection to the nose tip, giving the appearance of a nose tip lift;
  • straighten a crooked nose;
  • improve the results of rhinoplasty surgery (nose job);
  • lower the nostrils;
  • lower a retracted columella;
  • increase the size of a small nose.
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Key benefits of the non-surgical rhinoplasty

A new nose, without surgery

Why you should seriously consider fillers if you want to change the shape of your nose

Many people have been bothered by their nose for years, but have wanted to avoid the risk, cost and downtime of invasive rhinoplasty surgery. While some noses need surgery to correct, almost all concerns people have about their noses can be corrected with the non-surgical rhinoplasty using dermal filler injections. If you have been looking for ways to improve the appearance of your nose, or have resigned yourself to never undergoing rhinoplasty surgery, the non-surgical rhinoplasty is an option to seriously consider.

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Benefits of the non surgical nose job:

  • no downtime procedure with almost no discomfort;
  • completely reshape your nose, or achieve a subtle tweak in under 15 minutes;
  • immediate results with very low rates of swelling and bruising;
  • can correct many types of concerns people have about their nose;
  • completely reversible results;
  • Dr. Aaron Stanes is one of the most experienced and respected nose filler specialists in the country.
Nose filler vs. nose job surgery

Choosing the right option

Why fillers are replacing surgery as the preferred treatment to reshape the nose

Are you bothered by the appearance of your nose? Do you hate having photos taken from specific angles? Nose filler provides a powerful option for many common concerns people have about the appearance of their nose.

Advantages of nose filler over a nose job:

  • walk-in walk-out treatment;
  • no downtime;
  • almost pain free treatment;
  • instant results;
  • reversible if required;
  • far more affordable.

More and more people are choosing the convenience of nose fillers over nose job surgery to improve the appearance of their nose.

When rhinoplasty surgery is required:

  • a very large nose;
  • to slim wide nostrils;
  • to reduce a large dorsal hump;
  • if the dorsum is too steep or vertical in shape.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Non Surgical Rhinoplasty

What is a non-surgical rhinoplasty?

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty (Also known as Nose Filler, Non-Surgical Nose Job, or the Liquid Nose Job), is a quick, simple and safe procedure that uses injections of dermal filler to reshape the nose. Common concerns that can be corrected with the Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty are:

  • a crooked nose;
  • disguising a bump by injecting dermal filler in the nose bridge and tip;
  • refining and lifting the nose tip;
  • augmenting and defining a flat nasal bridge;
  • correcting an unsatisfactory surgical rhinoplasty result.
How does a non-surgical rhinoplasty with filler work?

The non-surgical rhinoplasty uses dermal filler injections to the nose to change its shape. Firstly, a comprehensive assessment of your nose is performed. Accurate and measured markings are made, to ensure accuracy. The skin is then cleaned, and tiny needles are used to precisely inject dermal filler in strategic locations along with the nose. Many concerns can be addressed, including dorsal humps, crooked noses, droopy nose tips, and poor results from rhinoplasty surgery. Dermal filler injections for the nose have been performed millions of times around the world.

Is the non-surgical nose job right for me?

If you have any concerns about the appearance of your nose, then a non-surgical nose job may be the perfect solution. When performed correctly, most concerns people have about their nose can be corrected in minutes, with almost no discomfort, and no downtime. Nose fillers are also reversible, meaning if you are curious as to what a more elegant and contoured nose will look like, you don’t have to commit to anything permanent.

How much do nose fillers cost in Melbourne?

The price of nose fillers is $990 per treatment. If you require correction of a surgical rhinoplasty, the price is $1190.

Can nose filler lift the tip of the nose?

Nose filler cannot lift the nose tip in the way rhinoplasty surgery does. A tip lift with nose fillers is actually an illusion. Injecting dermal filler to the tip of the nose at just the right location adds upward projection to the nose tip, making it appear lifted.

Can nose filler get rid of a bump?

Dermal filler injections to the nose are the perfect way to disguise a nasal hump/bump. By injecting dermal filler above and below a dorsal hump, your nose can look straight and elegant from the side profile.

Can nose filler fix a droopy tip?

Dermal filler injections to the nose tip can improve the appearance of a droopy nose tip. By injecting dermal fillers at the right location, projection can be added in an upward-pointing direction, making the nose tip appear more lifted, and less droopy.

Can nose filler straighten a crooked nose?

Nose filler injections can straighten a crooked nose from the front on view. Only truly experienced nose filler specialists are skilled in this type of non-surgical rhinoplasty. Precise injections of dermal filler to areas of volume deficiency along the nose can make a crooked nose appear straight and symmetrical.

Can nose filler make the nose smaller?

While nose filler injections will add volume to the nose, improving the shape and contour often leads to others perceiving the nose as small and more balanced with the face.

Does nose filler make your nose larger?

While injecting nose fillers will make your nose larger, the increase in size is only very small. By adding dermal fillers, the nose can be reshaped to appear more aesthetic. The improvement in shape offsets the subtle increase in size, and can actually make the nose appear smaller, by bringing it into balance with the face.

Who should perform my nose filler treatment?
When it comes to the nose, experience matters. Dr. Aaron is the most experienced nose filler specialist in the country, routinely performing up to 40-50 non-surgical rhinoplasty procedures per week. It is absolutely critical to do your research when deciding on who to go to for your nose filler treatment. Many injectors will mislead you about their experience, and steal before and after photos passing them off as their own. There are currently clinics using Dr Aaron’s before and after photos as their own, and who are significantly overstating their experience. When it comes to your non-surgical rhinoplasty, word of mouth is powerful. Ensure you do your research to ensure that you get the best results and that you are in safe and experienced hands.
Are nose fillers painful?

When performed correctly, nose fillers are tolerated extremely well, with little to no discomfort. People unanimously say their experience with nose fillers was far less painful than they had anticipated.

Is nose filler safe?

When done by an experienced nose filler specialist, the Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty is an extremely safe procedure. It is a well-recognised and common procedure, having been done millions of times around the world. The nose is an area that requires extensive experience and expertise to treat properly and safely. Dr. Aaron performs a very high number of nose filler treatments in the country and is experienced in treating all types of noses.

What are the risks of nose filler?

Bruising is a possible side effect of nose fillers that occurs in approximately 5% of treatments. Once resolved, it will have no long term effect on your result. Compromised blood supply to the nose is a very rare risk of nose filler. This risk is higher in people who have had surgery or trauma to the nose, and when the procedure is done by an inexperienced injector. When it comes to nose filler, experience matters. Dr. Aaron is one of the most experienced providers of nose filler in the country and has trained internationally in this procedure.

Can nose filler move?

If you have nose filler too frequently, or if the wrong type or volume of dermal filler is injected in the nose, there is a risk of the filler moving. Spacing your treatments, and using the correct type and volume of dermal filler in the nose ensures the risk of migration is very rare. If migration does occur, it is very easy to treat by using hyaluronidase to dissolve the filler.

How long will my non-surgical rhinoplasty result last?

Results are immediate and last from 1-2 years. Generally, the more times you have treatment with nose fillers, the longer the results will last (up to a limit of approximately 2-3 years).

My nose filler result has dropped - Can I get a top-up treatment?

Following the first treatment with nose filler, there is a 20% chance that your result may drop slightly. A top-up treatment can be done any time within the first three months after your first treatment to touch up the result.

Top-ups should not be done regularly to minimise the risk of filler migration and the nose adopting a swollen appearance.  Following the top-up treatment (if performed), routine maintenance treatments should be spaced by at least nine months.

Are nose fillers reversible?

Nose fillers are immediately reversible. Dermal fillers can be dissolved using a small injection of hyaluronidase. Hyaluronidase breaks down the dermal filler immediately.Nose fillers can be reversed for the following reasons:

  • if someone decides that they want to proceed with a surgical rhinoplasty;
  • if there is a complication from the treatment (very rare);
  • if they don’t like the result (extremely rare).
How do I look after my nose after filler?

To care for your nose after having dermal filler, you should keep the skin clean for 24 hours, take analgesia for discomfort, and avoid any firm pressure to the bridge of the nose for two weeks. This includes avoiding the wearing of heavy glasses that rest on the bridge. Pressure in this area may cause filler migration and a loss of results.

Can I wear glasses after nose filler?

Ideally, you should refrain from wearing bulky glasses that sit on the bridge of the nose for 3-4 days after your procedure. Wearing glasses can rarely cause a slight indentation in the result. Fortunately, if this does occur, it can be very easily corrected.

Why do I need to space my treatments?
Spacing your nose filler treatments is vital to ensure you have great, natural results that improve with every treatment. Doing nose filler too often can lead to migration and a loss of definition of the nose. Patience is key when it comes to nose filler. Building a result over time will ensure you get amazing, long-lasting and natural results that you can be proud of. Routine treatments must be spaced by 9 months at a minimum.

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