Many individuals are concerned about the contour or imperfections of their noses. For this reason, a surgical nose job, known as rhinoplasty, is the third most popular cosmetic surgical procedure.
Non Surgical Nose Contouring
The procedure is sometimes called the 15-minute nose job because it typically takes between 10 and 15 minutes. In some cases, you may hear the procedure called an injection rhinoplasty or injection nose job because the procedure involves injecting an advanced dermal filler to fill in depressions, smooth out sharp angles, and perhaps to change the angle of the tip of the nose. The 10-minute non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure requires no sedation, and patients are back to most normal routines following the 10 or 15-minute non-surgical nose job.
The procedure is designed to restore the desired facial symmetry and to make the nose contour more appealing. Since you are awake, you may interact with the physician with the goal of achieving your desired results.
Side effects may include some bruising or swelling at the treatment site, which typically subsides quickly; however, it is not uncommon for there to be almost no bruising and minimal swelling. Please consult your physician for a complete list of potential side effects. Depending upon the products chosen, results may last from 6 months to several years
FAQs related to nose contouring
Contouring is a form of make-up application that uses the principles of light to change how a face looks. Light is reflected in the highlighted areas and deflected from the shaded (or “lowlighted”) areas. Through the use of bright and dark pigments, someone’s appearance can be subtly enhanced or dramatically changed.
Facial Contouring Rhinoplasty is a surgical method using a new concept that operates simultaneously or separately on nose, chin, and cheekbones to maintain their individual beauty and create a harmonious aesthetic balance between them.