Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty (otherwise known as a Non-Surgical Nose Job) is achieved through the careful placement of dermal filler and/or PDO Threads.
Who is this treatment suitable for?
The non-surgical nose job (otherwise referred to as a non-surgical rhinoplasty and/or nose filler) is suitable for anyone who is unhappy with the shape/size of their nose. It is an ideal alternative for those who would like to consider an enhancement but don’t want the downtime or discomfort from the more invasive option of cosmetic surgery.
Using dermal fillers and/or PDO Threads we can create a more defined, straighter, symmetrical nose. Results are often subtle but extremely effective meaning that you can enhance and improve the appearance of your nose without drawing attention to the fact that you’ve had anything done.
We are able to change the shape of the nose by injecting dermal filler. For example, if you have a bump on the bridge of the nose we can inject filler above and below the bump to make the nose appear straighter and the bump less noticeable. We are also able to lift the tip of the nose by either injecting filler to give a lifted appearance or by combining dermal filler with PDO Threads to lift the tip and improve definition.
During your initial consultation with our Nurse Practitioner, we will discuss your expectations in depth and examine your concerns. We will assess your nose in relation to balance and symmetry and we will discuss your expected outcome and answer any questions you may have.
The treatment itself usually takes no more than 30 minutes and the results will last in excess of 12 months.
Some of the many benefits of Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty:
- We can straighten the nose by placing dermal filler at strategic points
- We can contour the nose and/or lift the tip with PDO Threads
- We can create symmetry by improving the nose profile and chin projection ratio
- There is minimal downtime/side effects
Treatment cost – £395.00
Many of our patients choose to combine a non-surgical nose job with other filler and injectable treatments which we can discuss with you in detail at consultation.