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Nose Before & After – Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty – Liquid Nose Job

Nose Before & After - Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty - Liquid Nose Job

Impart Structure, Smooth Irregularities, Improve Function, and Restore Proper Aesthetics and Proportion to the Nose.

Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty
Nasal Shaping with Restylane in female
Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty 2
Nasal Shaping with Restylane in female (side view)
Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty 3
Nasal Shaping with Juvederm Ultra in female
Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty 4
Nasal Shaping with Juvederm Ultra in female (side view)

Nonsurgical rhinoplasty, or often referred to as a “liquid nose job,” is an in-office procedure using injectable hyaluronic acid fillers to restore beauty and function to the nose. Patients who do not desire or cannot undergo a surgical procedure may be appropriate candidates for a liquid nose job.

Trauma, genetically-inherited traits, or aging changes may lead an individual to seek improvement in the appearance of their nose. Mild to moderate changes in nasal tip rotation (droopy tip), nasal deviation (bowing or curving of the nose), nasal valve incompetence (nostrils close when inhaling), dorsal hump (irregular elevation along the ridge of the nose), asymmetry on nasal bridge, visible bony landmarks and cartilage, and deeply set nasal bridges can all be enhanced through nonsurgical means. Dr. Palm uses hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane, Juvederm, and Volbella to impart structure, smooth irregularities, improve function, and restore proper aesthetics and proportion to the nose.

It is important to note that a liquid nose job is a highly skilled and advanced technique. It requires a specialist be extremely familiar with not only anatomy but of important blood vessels in and around the nose. Dr. Palm takes every precaution to ensure this procedure is conducted safely, including the use of blunt-tipped cannulas, extremely small injection needles, slow and deliberate injection technique, and a clinic stocked with a rescue filler dissolver called hyaluronidase.


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