What is non- surgical nose jobs?

What is non- surgical nose jobs?


Non-surgical rhinoplasty (also known as 'nose filler') is an aesthetic procedure that has recently gained popularity among both men and women. The demand for such treatments has surged by 29% in the last year, according to data supplied by a private clinic. Because of the increased usage of aesthetics as a result of social media, video chats, and celebrity impact, such quick and easy 'lunch break' treatments are becoming more widespread.

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 Dr. Nick Milojevic, a well-known aesthetician and proprietor of the Milo Clinic, explains more about how non-surgical nose jobs work, the outcomes, and the risks.


Here is a Q/A session with Dr. Nick Miloievic


How are non-surgical nose jobs possible, and how can they change your nose shape?

"We can easily make even the most 'hooked' of noses look entirely straight by carefully injecting dermal filler above and below the 'lump' on the nose" said Dr. Nick MiloievicFurthermorewe can make the tip of the nose look thinner and more refined by injecting filler around it, and we can further lift the tip of the nose by injecting Botox into the depressor nasalis, the muscle that constantly pulls the nose down, he added. 


What are the benefits of this treatment over traditional rhinoplasty?

We now have a growing number of non-surgical techniques to choose from. Because it is non-surgical, there is less danger, downtime, and side effects while still achieving equal outcomes. We can now achieve so much in just five minutes and without any pain thanks to the new non-surgical nose job using dermal fillers, he said.


Surgical rhinoplasty, on the other hand, might take a month or more to recover from, and the results aren't always ideal. I was one of the first doctors to invent the non-surgical treatment technique, which is now used by doctors all over the UK.



What if you don’t like the results of the non-surgical version?

Because it's not permanent, you can either wait a few months or have the operation reversed by having the filler properly dissolved if you don't like the resultssays Dr. Nick. Surgical nose surgery is irreversible, and we're increasingly using non-surgical fillers to fix rhinoplasty that has gone awry, demonstrating that it can be a superior option.


What has influenced the rise of using filler in the nose?

Many actresses and singers will have little filler treatments; people can see that prominent actresses like Jennifer Anniston, for example, have had a few tweaks, and they appear to have had these procedures done with no downtime as they walk out looking great. We live in a fast-paced age where women are influenced by social media sites like Instagram, and people expect things to be done swiftly and efficiently at an affordable price point.


What does a non-surgical nose job procedure actually entail?

We lay the patient down and clean the skin before injecting a hyaluronic acid filler, such as Juvéderm or Restylane Perlane, with a fine needle. The filler is then injected into the desired locations with a tiny needle, somewhat like a sculptor. After that, we shape it somewhat and offer the patient aftercare advice, such as avoiding wearing sunglasses for a while. The entire non-surgical nose job technique takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes, with immediate results.


Does the procedure hurt?

We use modern fillers that contain a local anaesthetic, which, along with our light-handed technique, ensures that the operation is quick and painless, says Dr. Nick. 


How long do the results usually last?

Because we don't move the nose too much, the results can last anywhere from 12 to 18 months, and they can last even longer with repeat procedures.


How safe is a non-surgical nose job?

The fillers Juvéderm and Restylane Perlane, which are commonly used in this surgery, are biocompatible and biodegradable, which means they are not harmful to the body and are naturally broken down and removed. These hyaluronic acid nasal fillers are a sterile gel made in a lab, explained by Dr. Nick. 


Are there any side effects of Nose Jobs?

Redness, soreness, swelling, and bruising are some of the injection-related adverse effects that can occur." None of these issues are ever serious, and they usually go away within a few days. There are also risks related with the filler itself, including allergy, necrosis, and blindness [because of the filler blocking a blood vessel], as with any cosmetic filler.


In conclusion, please keep in mind that if a person is opting for a non-surgical nose job, it is the consumer's responsibility to find qualified, respected, and experienced practitioners


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