Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Procedure
Non Surgical Rhinoplasty Los Angeles & Beverly Hills
There are some instances where a person may not be ready for a rhinoplasty or nose job operation or they have minor irregularities that do not require much surgery. A non-surgical rhinoplasty is a great option for selected people based on their anatomy. A non-surgical rhinoplasty can hide bumps, lift the tip and in some cases make a more refined tip. People who are not candidates for a non-surgical rhinoplasty are those who have a very wide tip or large nose. If you have problems breathing through the nose, then surgery or medication may be appropriate. Our board certified head and neck surgeon will evaluate your nasal anatomy if you have any trouble breathing through your nose.
We use a combination of dermal fillers such as Juvederm or Restylane and muscle relaxers such as Botox and Dysport. The combination of these two types of products allows us to make attractive and subtle changes to the nose.
The goal of a great non-surgical rhinoplasty is to take attention away from the nose and bring it back to the eyes. There is minimal to no downtime or discomfort. You can go back to work when you are finished. Results are immediate and can last 1-2 years. With repeated injections, results can last even longer.
The best way to know whether you are a candidate for a non-surgical rhinoplasty is to call our office at 310-772-2866 to book a free consultation. Our board certified head and neck surgeon will evaluate you and come up with a plan that will meet both your aesthetic and financial needs.
When should someone have a Surgical Rhinoplasty?
There is no required time to have a rhinoplasty done. Rather, when deciding to have the procedure there are several different factors that one should consider. Most important is to decide if the procedure is right for you. Next you must choose a rhinoplasty surgeon you truly trust and believe is the right doctor for the job; someone who will properly inform you about everything a rhinoplasty entails. Lastly, give yourself sufficient time to think about any doubts or questions you might have, especially before your surgery date. Thoroughly exploring and questioning a decision to undergo a rhinoplasty is completely normal and indeed vital to being absolutely comfortable with your decision.
Notably, when you are planning to have your rhinoplasty surgery, take in to consideration that your work and/or social commitments will be affected for a short period of time in order to allow for recovery. Following a rhinoplasty one should expect approximately two (2) weeks of initial bruising and swelling; full and complete recovery may take weeks to months. We highly recommend avoiding work and/or social commitments in the initial two (2) weeks following your surgery and avoiding bigger events, such as a wedding, for at least six (6) weeks.
Are you a right Candidate for a Rhinoplasty?
The best candidates for a rhinoplasty are those who possess insecurities about their noses. In some instances, a person’s insecurity can cast a shadow over their confidence and prevent them from fully embracing and pursuing certain opportunities in life. The best time for an individual to have a surgical rhinoplasty is mostly a personal decision; perhaps when that person is ready to enter a new chapter in their life, for example, a teenager starting high school, a young adult entering college, or a graduate on a career path.
The goal of a rhinoplasty is to correct any nasal flaw that can be bothering an individual. By modifying the nose physically, it can adjust one’s profile, embrace the surrounding features, and rejuvenate inner and outer beauty