A non-surgical nose job (also known as non-surgical rhinoplasty or nose filler) can be a perfect solution if you are unhappy with the shape of your nose and do not want to undergo rhinoplasty surgery
A non-surgical nose job (also known as non-surgical rhinoplasty or nose filler) can be an perfect solution if you are unhappy with the shape of your nose and do not want to undergo rhinoplasty surgery.
A new look can be created with dermal fillers and can subtly and effectively change the shape of the nose by injecting filler into the nose, improving the overall appearance. If you have a bump on the bridge of the nose, the filler is injected above and below the bump to make the nose look straighter (effectively disguising the bump). A common issue is a ‘hooked nose.’ This can be treated by injecting filler into the tip of the nose, giving you a lifted appearance
Nose fillers are a series of small injections of hyaluronic acid gel which will are applied to the soft tissue in the nose to shape, straighten and contour.
Most often Mr Sawyer uses JUVÉDERM® dermal filler made from hyaluronic acid, a natural substance in the skin that delivers nutrients, helps the skin retain moisture, softness and adds volume.
Injecting the dermal filler takes less than half an hour and the results will not only be instant, but last around 12 months.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty has no downtime, and you can literally go straight back to work unlike surgical rhinoplasty.
Non-surgical nose job is not permanent and you will have to have repeat treatments around once a year.
No. Filler injections cause very little pain and are just slightly uncomfortable. The procedure is very straightforward and will only take around 30 minutes.
On average the results will last around 12 months.
Fortunately, significant complications with HA filler are unusual.
Bruising and unwanted lumpiness are probably the most common risks. If the filler persists as a lump and does not settle down well, then hyalase injections can be used to dissolve the filler (this may be at cost).
The two most significant complications are fortunately very rare. Namely, death of the skin (necrosis) and there have been case reports of blindness.
These have both been caused by the unrecognised injection of filler directly into a blood vessel, using some force. Mr Sawyer is very cautious to inject very gently and cautiously and ensures that the needle is not in a blood vessel for each injection he performs
I had an amazing experience with Mr Sawyer and felt very reassured throughout the whole experience