Things To Know About Non-Surgical Nose Job Treatment

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How does a nose job work?  This is something that you may be asking yourself right now if you are planning to have non-surgical rhinoplasty. A non-surgical nose job is actually a dermal filler procedure  that can change the shape of your nose  for up to six months.  It is ideal for people who want to smooth out the bumps in their nose or make the nose look less angular but are not ready for a permanent  solution  or the risks as well as recovery time that a traditional rhinoplasty involves.

While going under the needle is certainly less complicated compared to  going under the knife when you want to get a nose job, it is never risk-free to modify the shape of your nose. Non-surgical nose job treatment is a cosmetic procedure, so do not expect your insurance to cover it. Unlike the traditional rhinoplasty, there is really no medical reason that will make a doctor recommend this procedure.

The costs of non-surgical rhinoplasty can vary depending on the kind of filler that you will choose, the provider that you will choose as well as the number of injections that you will need. When you visit your provider for an initial consultation, you will get a detailed breakdown  of the cost so as to know what to expect.

So, how does how does a nose job work? Non-surgical rhinoplasty makes use of dermal filer ingredients to alter the shape of your nose. A gel-like injectable  ingredient, usually hyaluronic acid,  will be inserted underneath the skin in the areas where you would like to create smoother lines or volume. Botox can also be used.

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