A Non-Surgical Nose Job is a great alternative for patients seeking to improve the shape of their nose without going under the knife.
The cost of the procedure can vary from patient to patient. Generally, pricing can range anywhere from $1000 to $1500 for a non-surgical rhinoplasty.
Pricing is often a reflection of the expertise of the practitioner performing the procedure. Plastic surgeons that specialize in facial anatomy can be more costly since they can perform a non-surgical nose job with expert care, achieving optimal results in 5-10 minutes, with little to no discomfort.
The Dermal Filler chosen will also affect the cost of a Non-Surgical Nose Job.
Juvederm and Teosyal, both offer a variety of Hyaluronic based Dermal Filler products. These dermal fillers are designed in adding volume, definition or smoothing contours.
Since each patient’s needs and desired results are different; the Doctor will recommend the Dermal Filler that is best suited for the patient.
An Injectable Nose Job is a temporary non-surgical alternative, so it should be noted that a touch up will be needed once your body metabolizes the dermal filler. Dermal Fillers can last anywhere from 9 months to 2 years.
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If you suffer from breathing issues, and don’t want to go through surgery then Non-surgical Rhinoplasty is not the answer.
There are many misconceptions with Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty; one being that it can correct a deviated septum. Unfortunately this is not true. A non-surgical nose job is designed to improve the appearance of the nose, not improve the nasal airways.
A deviated septum is made up of bone and cartilage that requires a skilled plastic surgeon to make the necessary adjustments to ensure that the breathing airway is corrected.
Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty is for patients that are looking to correct a small bump, straighten the bridge of the nose, or lift the nasal tip.
Dermal filler can be injected in the upper portion of the septum, and along the bridge of the nose, causing the nose to appear less deviated; however this will not improve breathing or any underlying issues of a deviated septum.