How does a non-surgical rhinoplasty differ from a surgical rhinoplasty?
With a non-surgical rhinoplasty, small needles are used to inject dermal fillers into or below the skin of the nose to temporarily change its shape without need for invasive surgery. Traditional rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that generally provides permanent results, requires anesthesia of some kind as well as some healing time.
How long does a non-surgical rhinoplasty last?
The results are not permanent and longevity depends upon the filler used, and at Total Aesthetics in Westport non-surgical rhinoplasty technician, Dr. O'Connell, uses only top-of-the-line fillers.
Is there downtime with non-surgical rhinoplasty?
There is essentially no downtime to a non-surgical rhinoplasty in Westport and you can resume most sedentary activities that day. There can be some bruising around the injection sites that can last a few days.
What is the cost of a non-surgical rhinoplasty?
The price will vary depending upon the extent of the procedure and the filler used for your treatment. A non-surgical rhinoplasty at Total Aesthetics takes those factors into account.
What are common types of dermal fillers?
You have several options with fillers for non-surgical rhinoplasty. The most common ones are hyaluronic acids, including Juvederm and Restylane.
Juvederm Voluma offers a smooth and thick consistency for nose reshaping. It can produce a natural appearance after being injected into the nose. Many people see improvement from Juvederm Voluma for up to 18 months as a nose enhancement.
Restylane Lyft is an ultra-smooth hyaluronic acid filler that works well when injected under the thinner skin of your nose. It can provide results for up to a year.