Non-invasive Rhinoplasty / Nose Job
Nose Shaping with Dermal Fillers
Are you unhappy with the shape of your nose, but not interested in traditional, nose job surgery? Then consider a non-surgical option. Thanks to injectable facial fillers such as Restylane, Radiesse and Juvederm — the same injectables used to reduce wrinkles, plump checks and smooth facial contours — Dr. Hamori can achieve excellent results to contour the nose without surgery. Injectables can help to smooth out bumps and humps, as well as lift and reshape the nasal tip.
This short video from our Instagram account shows Dr. Hamori performing an injectable rhinoplasty.
A non-invasive nose job using dermal fillers is temporary with results lasting up to 1 year. The procedure is a good solution for those who are not ready to undergo surgery, however, it is not recommended for those looking for a smaller nose, as such a procedure is an additive technique. That is, it will add some volume to your nose.
The treatment is quick and easy. A topical numbing cream is used, and the procedure takes about 15 minutes or so.
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- Before And After
Patient 1 - Non-invasive Rhinoplasty
Patient 2 - Non-invasive Rhinoplasty (Restylane)
- OFF-Label Disclaimer
FDA approved injectables and off-label use
Please note that all dermal fillers and cosmetic neurotoxins used by Dr. Hamori are FDA-approved substances. At her discretion, Dr. Hamori may choose to inject these substances in areas of the face and body not specifically studied by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). This is called “off-label” use, and Dr. Hamori would be happy to discuss the many options for treatment that exist both on- and off-label.
Are you considering a nose job?
“If you believe non-surgical rhinoplasty may be an option for you, please come in for an evaluation and consultation.”Christine A. Hamori, MD, FACS
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