We’ve all have or know someone who has filler in their lips, right? And while lips are the most common place we get dermal fillers, a substance when injected under the skin uses hyaluronic acid to plump and volumize the surrounding tissue, there are many other uses for fillers that you just may not know about!
Non-surgical Rhinoplasty/ Liquid Rhinoplasty
If you’ve always been hesitant to snap that profile angle selfie because of your nose, read on. Dermal fillers are being used to correct minor bumps, humps and tips in noses! To be clear, a “liquid rhinoplasty” is not a substitute for a traditional surgical rhinoplasty and some noses need a bit more correction than dermal fillers are able to muster. However, if you are considering a surgical rhinoplasty but are hesitant to permanently change the central anchor of your face, you might want to consider discussing a temporary and reversable dermal filler before taking the leap. There are risks involved with any procedure, even if it isn’t surgery, and a non-surgical rhinoplasty carries more risks than other places dermal fillers are injected. This procedure should be done by a well-qualified medical professional with extensive experience and knowledge of nasal anatomy. At Setty Plastics & Aesthetics, a liquid rhinoplasty lasts about a year and will set you back $1,000. And if you decide that you’re more fond of your OG nose, the fillers can be dissolved with a special enzyme.
Frequency: Once a year