Interested in contouring and reshaping your nose without the downtime of surgery? It’s time to discover liquid rhinoplasty, a minimally invasive, non-surgical nose treatment now available at Belle Marin Aesthetic Medicine!
Often referred to as a non-surgical nose job, a liquid nose job or non-surgical rhinoplasty, this quick, 15-minute procedure is the surgical nose job alternative. Liquid rhinoplasty involves injecting hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal fillers into the nose to temporarily address common concerns such as a dorsal hump (small bump), a drooping nasal tip and asymmetry. We proudly use HA-based Juvéderm® and Restylane® fillers during this treatment to improve the shape, size and structure of the nose, as well as the balance and harmony of the entire face.
We are so excited to introduce this treatment to you and thought you may have some more questions. So, without further ado, here are your liquid rhinoplasty FAQs, answered:
What happens during liquid rhinoplasty?
Our expert injectors will use a fine needle to inject the targeted areas of your nose with HA-based dermal fillers. As your injector massages the area, the filler will be manipulated to reflect your desired shape.
What are the benefits of liquid rhinoplasty compared to traditional rhinoplasty?
- Treatment is quick, only taking around 15 minutes.<
- Results are immediate and can be reversed if necessary.
- Involves zero downtime.
Does liquid rhinoplasty hurt?
Depending on your pain tolerance, a liquid nose job may cause some discomfort. This is why, before your treatment, we apply a numbing cream to help minimize any pain.
Are there any side effects?
You may experience some swelling or redness at the injection site, but this should quickly subside within the hours following your treatment.
When will I see my liquid rhinoplasty results?
Your desired results should be fully visible within a week or two following your treatment.
How long will my results last?
This will depend on how fast you metabolize the filler, but typically, results last anywhere from six to 18 months.