A non-surgical rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure performed with dermal filler to change the appearance of the nose.
Which areas of the nose can be treated with dermal filler?
The majority of patients having non-surgical nose filler have treatment to the bridge of the nose. This can reduce the appearance of a bump and also provide lift to the nose tip.
Dermal filler can be placed at the base of the nose (the area known as the ‘nasolabial junction’) to lift the nose tip.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty before / after photos
Why choose a non-surgical rhinoplasty over surgery?
The table below summarises the main differences between non surgical rhinoplasty vs surgery.
Liquid rhinoplasty is better for patients who want minimal recovery and bruising. The results last up to 12 months so it is not a good option for patients who want long term results. It can be a good option for patients who want to test the look of a change to the appearance of the nose without surgery.
Surgical rhinoplasty is better for patients who would have a broken nose, deviated septum and those who want long term results. Surgery can reduce the size of the nose whereas a liquid rhinoplasty cannot.
Non surgical rhinoplasty in Melbourne
Nose dermal filler is a more technically difficult area to treat. Mr Koppert at Cityskin Hawthorn performs most of the nose filler procedures at Cityskin and you can book a free consultation with him to discuss treatment.
How can I find out more about nose filler?
Read our guide to nose filler to find out more about this treatment and to watch Mr Koppert treating patients.