Non Surgical Rhinoplasty in Melbourne
An Introduction To Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
Nose reshaping has traditionally been done using surgical rhinoplasty. For nose shaping it is still the gold standard. However, for those not wanting a permanent change, or those wanting to try out a temporary procedure before having rhinoplasty performed, it might be appropriate to have injectable nose enhancement done with dermal fillers.
Dermal fillers cannot remove protrusions or bumps. Instead, hollows may be filled in for straightening the nose. For instance, if there is a hook nose or other type of prominent nasal bridge, then the area below and above the bend can be filled in so that the nose is straightened. Another non-surgical nose shaping example is when the noise deviates to one side. What can be done in this situation is a concave side be filled in so that the nose appears to be straighter.
Many patients desire to have nasal tip elevation. That can be achieved through injecting the tip of the person’s nose, in addition to injecting filler into the collumellar’s base (the under part of the nose that separates the nostrils) in order to lower it. The results in the tip appearing to be elevated.
Kinds Of Dermal Fillers That Can Be Utilized In The Nose
In general, a reversible and shorter lasting filler can be used for testing to determine to find out if the treatment will result in an aesthetic treatment. These fillers last around 6 months inside the nose, and are made out of hyaluronic acid usually. If the improvement is something you are happy with, the next option is usually trying Radiesse or another longer lasting filler. You can also use Radiesse as the nose’s first line filler, since the feeling it has is similar to the nose and provides greater longevity and lift compared to hyaluronic acid fillers. However, Radiesse isn’t reversible, and has a tendency to last 12 to 18 months. Average Radiessse volume that is require for a nose is around 0.3 to 0.4 ml.
Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Risks
One important yet rare risk that needs to be considered when having non-surgical rhinoplasty is risk of your blood supply becoming compromised. It’s possible that filler can be directly injected into the arteries supplying the nose. This causes the skin to immediately blanch and may lead to scarring and death of one’s skin. Another potential risk is when compression of local blood supply is caused by the filler. This can occur when the space inside the nose gets too tight. Similar problems may also arise.
There is a significant increase of risk if surgery has been done on the nose previously, since this changes the normal nose anatomy and blood supply, which increases the chances that the blood supply will be obstructed by derma fillers.
We mainly utilize blunt cannulae instead of needles to avoid this risk, since it is less likely that cannulae will enter into the blood vessels directly as compared with a sharp needle. The experience that our practitioners have also gives them a better feel for what is taking place during the injection based on feedback from the level of pressure being put onto the syringe plunger.
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