Injectables and Fillers

Non-Surgical Nose Job: Results, Risks, & Warnings

The non-surgical nose job procedure is taking the world by storm as many seek it’s minimal risk effects. The practice is relatively modern and goes by many names such as liquid rhinoplasty. The technique is already winning the hearts of those who fear surgery or simply can’t opt for it.

A non-surgical nose job uses filters to re-adjust and modify the exterior shape of the nose. But can it completely replace a traditional nose job? And how well does it work? All this you’ll find below.

What is a Non-Surgical Nose Job?

A non-surgical nose job is a very short procedure that uses dermal fillers to enhance the appearance of the nose. Unlike a traditional nose job, a non-surgical nose job requires no incisions, stitches, or downtime. In fact, in 15 mins you’ll be rocking your nose and already up and about with your day.

How Does Non-Surgical Nose Job Work?

A non-surgical nose job uses Two main fillers:

1. Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a safe and naturally existing material approved by the FDA. This material has the ability to hold water and hence increase volume in specific areas.

It’s suitable for non-surgical rhinoplasty because it can smooth bumps and even out the nasal slope.

Your doctor will strategically inject Hyaluronic acid during non-surgical rhinoplasty in target areas to modify the shape of your nose.

2. Bellafill Nose Job

The FDA approves Bellafill injections for reducing laugh lines, nasolabial folds,  and the appearance of acne scars. Recently, it joined the field of non-surgical nose job, but the FDA didn’t issue a statement condoning or condemning its use.

Likewise, your doctor will proceed with systemic injection of Bellafill around the nasal slope correcting bumps and evening out the nasal line from your profile view. Typically you’ll need more than one session.

Is Non-Surgical Nose Job Permanent?

A non-surgical nose job with Hyaluronic acid isn’t permanent. Depending on which brand of Hyaluronic acid you choose, your results can last between 6 months to 2 years.

Whereas Bellafill injection is a permanent non-surgical nose job procedure. But as mentioned above the FDA didn’t comment on its application for this particular purpose. Bellafill is irreversible and if you want to remove it, you need to opt for a surgical procedure.

Warnings, Risks, and Side Effects

Most of the serious risks come with the Bellafill nose job. Whereas Hyaluronic acid non-surgical nose job can cause some redness for the first few hours or so. The risk of allergies and complications are very rare with HA nose job.

On the other hand, the Bellafill nose job carries risks of keloids and consists of a wider spectrum of allergy-causing elements.

Cost of Nose Job Non-Surgical

The cost varies depending on the filler you’re using as well as the brand you’re opting for. For instance, hyaluronic acid that lasts for two years will cost more than HA nose job for 6 months. On average, an HA non-surgical nose job will cost you around $1,000 to $2,000. Whereas the Bellafill nose job will cost you around $4,500 to $5,000. Or $1,500 or $1,700 per session. But you’ll need 3 sessions or 4 to see results.

Non-Surgical Nose Job vs Surgical

Realistically, how often will you keep opting for HA fillers to hold the results? It can be a financial abyss over the years.

Even though Bellafill non-surgical nose job is permanent, you don’t get much flexibility with it. All non-surgical nose job procedures add volume to even out bumps. In essence, they can only add volume. So your aesthetic needs can’t be entirely met with this procedure.

Price-wise, surgical rhinoplasty offers you more value for money in comparison to non-surgical rhinoplasty. You can make far more modifications to your nose that are permanent and natural-looking. With no risk of keloids or allergies too.

For less than $5,000 you can opt for a complex rhinoplasty in Turkey and get the exact aesthetic look you want. Furthermore, the package includes 5-star accommodation, transport, and translation. Which is what the world’s biggest cosmetic surgery attraction is most known for.

FAQ

Can nose filler make nose smaller?

Non-surgical nose job or fillers, in general, cannot make your nose smaller. Because the nose is made of bone and cartilage that needs to be surgically removed.

Are nose fillers dangerous?

Nose fillers such as Bellafill are dangerous or risky because the FDA did not approve them for this use. Whereas HA fillers are safe as nose fillers

Can I wear glasses after nose filler?

With both non-surgical nose job and surgical rhinoplasty it isn’t recommended to put pressure on your nose.

Will nose fillers make my nose bigger?

Not exactly. Nose fillers add and the technicians who provided them at Vera Clinic know how to systemically inject the fillers. So it’ll add nose filler to specific areas that will make your nose look better but not bigger.

Contact Vera Clinic

To learn more about a surgical or non-surgical nose job, contact us. At Vera Clinic we’re fully focused on giving international patients the best treatments of luxury for affordable prices.

Book an online consultation and our medical specialists will answer all your questions.