Do you want to make changes to the appearance of your nose without having to undergo cosmetic surgery? A non-surgical rhinoplasty, also known as a liquid rhinoplasty, could be the solution for you! While traditional rhinoplasties take a surgical approach to adjust the nose’s structure, a non-surgical rhinoplasty uses dermal filler to smooth out bumps in the nose or change its shape.
If you’re interested to learn more about a non-surgical rhinoplasty, follow along as we break down everything you need to know including the pros and cons, and most importantly if this procedure actually works.
What Is A Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty?
A non-surgical rhinoplasty has many nicknames including a “liquid nose job” or “15-minute nose job.” According to Healthline, the procedure uses dermal filler, such as hyaluronic acid, to alter a patient’s nose temporarily. This procedure can address concerns such as shape, bumps, or angles that that patient is hoping to alter.
In comparison to traditional surgical rhinoplasty, a non-surgical rhinoplasty requires little to no recovery time and is much less expensive. A trained provider can complete the procedure in approximately 15 minutes, but the results are temporary and regular appointments would be required to maintain results.