Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure in which the shape and size of the nose are changed through invasive techniques. It is performed under anaesthetic by cosmetic surgeons who focus on reshaping the nose using tools such as a scalpel, chisel, and refining techniques. Recovery can take two weeks or longer, while the final result of rhinoplasty can only be achieved a year after the procedure is performed.
There are also many risks associated with invasive surgery, from breathing difficulties and weakening the cartilage to long-term swelling. Fortunately, there is a less invasive and less risky way of achieving the shape you desire, and it starts with nose fillers.
Nose fillers consist of dermal fillers that are applied to targeted areas of your nose. If you want a more refined tip, a smoother bridge or a more symmetrical appearance, these can be achieved with the strategic use of filler. Nose fillers will not require a long recovery and patients can resume their regular activities 24 hours after the procedure. It also does not require any general anaesthetic and you remain awake during the enhancement, which reduces the health risks. You also don’t have to be concerned with excessive swelling, extreme bruising and possible nasal issues after the filler is administered.