Rhinoplasty both surgical and non-surgical continues to be one of the most sought after cosmetic procedure. It is also one of the most critical procedures to perform. Even a minor variation to the nose can dramatically improve once appearance, improving facial balance attractively and in right proportions. While earlier, surgical Rhinoplasty was more popular, these days non-surgical method is more in demand.
After performing thousands of non-surgical nose jobs using temporary fillers (Radiesse), it is now clear that these non-surgical nose jobs can successfully meet the needs of many people having improper nose shape. When done by an experienced nose job specialist, the non-surgical nose job Rhinoplasty can effectively; lift dropping nasal tips making it straighter, camouflage bumps on the bridge of the nose; better define the nasal bridge, and correct post surgical asymmetry.
Non-Surgical Nose Job Procedure
Due to its low morbidity and the high satisfaction, non surgical rhinoplasty (also known as non surgical nose job) is a viable option for primary nasal augmentation and for correction of nasal deformities. On surgical rhinoplasty whether performed for primary nasal augmentation or post operative revision, is increasing in popularity due to advancements in the various soft tissue filers. There is no FDA – approved soft tissue filler specially directed for non surgical rhinopalsty yet: however, various soft tissues fillers have been used in off-label protocols with mixed results. Examples of such fillers include inject able silicon (a device banned by the federal government, collagen, non- and cross linked hyaluronic acid, and calcium hydroxyapatite). These allopath are regarded as minimally invasive counterparts to cartilage, fat, and other antilogous grafts used in surgical nasal augmentation .In recent years, the engraft Permacol has also been used for nasal augmentation in the UK. With a non surgical approach, it is essentially an augmentation rhinoplasty, so it has limitations compared to a surgical rhinoplasty.
Non surgical repositioning consists in the corrective positioning of incorrectly positioned body structures only by means of pressure and mechanical means. For example, pressure applied by the hands instead of surgical invention. When surgical correction is really required, it consists of surgically separating the abnormally positioned surface from its surrounding to the degree necessary to enable the surgeon to correctly reposition the structure and to keep it there by simple mechanical means.
5 Minute Nose Job
Nose surgical nose job takes your only five minutes to perform and you can’t find any discomfort and minimal recovery associated with it. If you think your nose is too big, too wide, too long, or too anything, you might be thinking about nose reshaping. A nose job can smooth out a hump on the bridge of the nose, straighten a crooked sniffer, or soften a pinched tip.
Four Reasons Why Patients Have a Nose Job
1. Heredity Problem
Some noses just run in families. There is little you can do yourself to improve your nose other than strategic application of makeup.
2. Post- Traumatic Problem
This is caused by an injury to the nose. Some breakages can leave humps on the nose that can lead to an unsightly profile.
3. Congenital Problem
Repairing a nasal deformity such as cleft palate is another reason for nose surgery.
4. Revision Problem
This involves repairing an unfavorable result from a previous nose job.