It is possible to have a non-surgical rhinoplasty after undergoing a surgical rhinoplasty to correct any remaining imperfections but we do recommend waiting for at least a year after having surgery to consider this treatment option. The reason for waiting is because nose cartilage can take a long time to heal and will continue to heal and change for at least a year and a half after surgery. Ideally you want to have the final result before having a non-surgical rhinoplasty treatment otherwise a change in the healing of your cartilage could then affect the result of the non-surgical treatment.
Nose Reshaping General Procedure
We offer a number of dermal fillers, our expert medical professionals will discuss what dermal filler is best for non surgical nose reshaping at your free consultation prior to surgery.
Prices start from around £825 at The Private Clinic for non-surgical nose reshaping.
The cost of treatment will vary dependent on:
- The type of dermal filler used..
- How much dermal filler is required.
- How many areas are treated.
The best way to get an idea of how much non-surgical nose reshaping treatment with dermal filler is going to cost is to book a consultation with one of our expert aesthetic doctors or nurses who will be able to provide you with an individual treatment plan to help you get the results you wish to achieve.
Consultations with our expert doctors or nurses are £50 however this cost can be redeemable against the price of treatment should you wish to book following your consultation.
Our prices are competitive and we only use experienced and qualified medical professionals at The Private Clinic to administer our dermal fillers. We believe our patients deserve the utmost safety in our care and we are committed to offering reliable, effective results.
The results after a non-surgical rhinoplasty is instant but swelling may alter the appearance for a few days afterwards.
A non-surgical rhinoplasty may also be referred to as a non-surgical nose job, non-surgical nose shaping, liquid rhinoplasty or 30 minute nose job to name a few. The procedure is not a rhinoplasty but instead a dermal filler technique where filler is injected into the nose to improve the appearance of any minor imperfections including a smoothing out any lumps or bumps and correcting a crooked nose to appear more symmetrical.
Injecting dermal filler into the nose can give really great results at the hands of an experienced practitioner. The effects of filler is similar to when you use make-up to contour your face as injecting filler into certain areas will influence the light to hit the area in a certain way. When it comes to lumps or bumps in the nose then dermal filler can be used to fill the surrounding areas making everything more even. Although adding filler usually means adding volume, this is not always the case and in a non-surgical rhinoplasty it is often making the nose appear slightly slimmer.