Rhinoplasty or nose job as others call it has 3 different approaches on how it is done, the open rhinoplasty, closed rhinoplasty, and the non-surgical rhinolpasty. In non-surgical rhinoplasty, as its name suggests, it does not involve any incisions or any cuts all throughout the procedure. The non-surgical rhinoplasty can be very beneficial to those people who wish to get a nose job but are too scared to go under the knife. Instead of placing implants inside the nose during surgical rhinoplasty, in non-surgical rhinoplasty, dermal fillers will be used by injecting it into specific areas of the nose that needs some filling.
Dermal Fillers for Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
Dermal fillers are not only used in non-surgical rhinoplasty. There are other different types of cosmetic procedures that require dermal fillers to help in achieving patient’s desired effects. In non-surgical rhinoplasty, there are even several different types or compounds used, depending on the surgeon’s preference and the patient’s as well. The doctor and the patient will discuss and weigh both advantages and disadvantages of each kind of dermal filler before they reach into a decision on what specific type of dermal filler they are going to use during the non-surgical rhinoplasty.
Hyaluronic Acid-Based Fillers
This type of dermal filler has been famous and widely used cosmetically by both men and women. In people who wish to mask or get rid of their wrinkles or fine lines in their faces, they can use hyaluronic acid based fillers. This type of dermal filler can provide temporary filler in wrinkles found in the face and the neck. The hyaluronic acid-based filler can be used alone or it can be used together with other kinds of dermal fillers. The doctor can determine whether a person can benefit from using hyaluronic acid-based fillers alone or in conjunction with other dermal fillers.
Hyaluronic Acid-Based Fillers for Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
In a non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure, dermal fillers are injected into the nose using a microdroplet technique. Hyaluronic acid-based fillers are thought to be very safe and patients complaining developing complications or negative side effects of hyaluronic acid-based fillers after non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure are in fact very rare. Non-surgical rhinoplasty done with the use of hyaluronic acid-based fillers can produce desired effects that can last for quite some time, approximately 6 months to 8 months. And in an event when the patient is not satisfied with its effects, the patient can be injected with some sort of enzyme injectables that can help in letting the effects produced disappear faster than it should.