Non-Surgical Nose Job as an
Alternative to Rhinoplasty

Non-Surgical Nose Job in Vancouver

Are you self conscious about your nose? For many years, a surgical rhinoplasty was your only option if you wanted to reshape your nose. Now, injectable cosmetics can refine and reshape your nose, for an immediate improvement that is generally accomplished in under 15 minutes. Dr. Yam or Dr. Zheng use dermal fillers to correct imbalances, and make the nose appear more refined. While dermal fillers technically “plump” indentations (add volume), the results actually make the nose appear smaller. The procedure is also popular among our Asian patients who may want to build up the shape of their nose for better definition.

Non-surgical correction of:

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Prominent hump or bump
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Weak or indented bridge
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Crooked shape
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Droopy nose tip
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Flatter shape
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Lack of definition

A common complaint among our patients is a visible hump on the nose. By filling in the indentation above the area, our doctors create a smooth line to create better facial balance and give the illusion of a perfectly straight nose—or to create symmetry in an otherwise crooked nose. Strategically placed dermal filler also creates a visual “lift” to the tip of the nose, which may appear to be overhanging (due to genetics), or drooping (due to age).

Dermal fillers are comprised of hyaluronic acid, a natural substance found in the human body, which binds to moisture, and gently adds volume, allowing for non-surgical correction of facial imbalances. A non surgical nose job is an excellent alternative for those unwilling to go under the knife, or are unable to afford the expense, or lengthy and painful recovery period associated with a rhinoplasty.

Types of fillers used for a non-surgical nose job

Benefits of a non-surgical nose job

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Results are immediate
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No one will know you’ve had a procedure
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No downtime or recovery period
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Non invasive
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FAQ's Of Non Surgical Nose Job

Non-surgical nose jobs, which involve dermal fillers, are generally considered safe when performed by trained professionals, but there are potential risks such as infection, asymmetry, or vascular complications that should be discussed and understood beforehand.

After a non-surgical nose job, most individuals experience minimal downtime with swelling or bruising resolving within a week, but final results and complete healing can typically be observed within a few weeks as any initial swelling subsides.
Swelling after a non-surgical rhinoplasty typically peaks within the first 48 hours and mostly resolves within a week, although individual experiences can vary.
No, a non-surgical nose job using dermal fillers provides temporary results, typically lasting from several months to a couple of years, depending on the individual and the type of filler used.
Yes, there’s a potential risk of migration or displacement of filler material used in a non-surgical nose job, which may necessitate corrective treatments or adjustments.
Yes, non-surgical rhinoplasty using dermal fillers is generally reversible using enzyme injections like hyaluronidase to dissolve the filler if desired.
After non-surgical rhinoplasty, it’s typically recommended to sleep with your head elevated to minimize swelling, avoid putting pressure on the treated area, and follow any specific post-procedure guidelines provided by your practitioner.
The benefits of non-surgical rhinoplasty include minimal downtime, immediate results, potential for correction without surgery, and the ability to address certain aesthetic concerns without invasive procedures.
While rare, there have been reported cases of blindness resulting from vascular complications during non-surgical nose jobs, emphasizing the importance of seeking treatment from experienced and qualified practitioners.
The best candidate for a non-surgical nose job is someone seeking minor cosmetic enhancements, has realistic expectations, and wishes to address specific nasal irregularities without undergoing surgical rhinoplasty.
The frequency of non-surgical nose job treatments depends on individual factors and the type of filler used, but typically, touch-up treatments can be done every 6 months to 2 years as needed.
After a non-surgical nose job, you should follow specific post-procedure instructions provided by your practitioner, which may include guidelines on gently washing your face without disturbing the treated area.
Yes, non-surgical rhinoplasty can create the appearance of a slimmer nose by strategically using fillers to camouflage bumps or add volume to certain areas, enhancing overall nasal contour without surgery.
Potential problems with a non-surgical nose job include the risk of asymmetry, filler migration, vascular complications leading to skin necrosis or blindness in rare cases, and the temporary nature of results.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty results are temporary, typically lasting from several months to a couple of years, depending on the type of filler used and individual factors.

Yes, excessive touching or pressure on nose filler shortly after the procedure could potentially displace the filler material before it has settled into place.

Nose fillers typically last from six months to two years, depending on the type of filler used and individual metabolism.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty has associated risks, including potential vascular complications, though when performed by skilled professionals, the risks are generally considered low but not absent.
Yes, non-surgical rhinoplasty can cause swelling in the treated area, which usually subsides within a week but can vary among individuals.
After one week, following a nose job, there’s typically noticeable swelling and bruising, and the nose may still appear swollen or slightly distorted as initial healing progresses.

It’s generally recommended to avoid massaging the nose immediately after filler injections to prevent displacement of the filler material.

It’s essential to follow your practitioner’s specific post-procedure instructions; typically, immediate massage after nose filler injections is not recommended to maintain the desired results.
After nose fillers, it’s advisable to avoid touching or applying pressure to the treated area, strenuous exercise, excessive sun exposure, and certain medications that can thin the blood to minimize swelling and potential complications.
While rare, some individuals may experience headaches as a side effect after nose fillers, often due to the injection technique or product used.
After nose filler injections, you can typically wash your face gently, avoiding excessive pressure on the treated area, following any specific post-procedure guidelines provided by your practitioner.
It’s generally advisable to avoid excessive alcohol consumption immediately after nose filler injections to minimize the risk of swelling or bruising.
To reduce swelling after a non-surgical nose job, apply cold compresses and keep the head elevated to minimize fluid retention.
After a non-surgical nose job, it’s generally advisable to wait until any swelling has subsided before wearing glasses to avoid unnecessary pressure on the treated area.
Bruising is possible but less common with non-surgical rhinoplasty compared to surgical procedures.
After non-surgical rhinoplasty, do avoid excessive touching of the treated area and strenuous physical activities, and don’t apply excessive pressure, use blood-thinning medications, or expose the area to extreme temperatures.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is generally associated with minimal pain as topical anesthetics are often used during the procedure.
Yes, non-surgical rhinoplasty using dermal fillers can be partially or completely dissolved with the enzyme hyaluronidase if needed.
Results from non-surgical rhinoplasty are typically visible immediately, but the full effect may be apparent after any initial swelling subsides within a week.
While generally considered safe, non-surgical rhinoplasty carries some risks, including infection, bruising, and rare complications, so it’s crucial to consult with a qualified and experienced practitioner.
The number of syringes needed for a non-surgical nose job depends on individual goals and the extent of correction required, typically ranging from 1 to 2 syringes.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is chosen by some individuals for its minimally invasive nature, quicker recovery, and ability to achieve temporary aesthetic improvements without the downtime associated with surgical procedures.
The amount of filler needed for non-surgical rhinoplasty varies based on individual anatomy and desired outcomes, but it often ranges from 0.5 to 2 syringes of dermal filler.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty can create the illusion of a smaller nose by strategically adding dermal filler to certain areas, providing contour and balance to the overall appearance.
In non-surgical rhinoplasty, dermal fillers are typically injected into specific areas of the nose, such as the bridge, tip, or dorsum, to reshape and enhance the overall contour.
Yes, non-surgical rhinoplasty using temporary dermal fillers allows the nose to gradually return to its pre-treatment state as the fillers naturally dissolve over time.
During rhinoplasty, skin is not typically removed; instead, the underlying cartilage and bone are reshaped to achieve the desired nasal structure.
A non-surgical rhinoplasty for a bump involves using dermal fillers to smooth and contour the nasal profile without the need for surgical intervention.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty results are temporary, typically lasting 6 to 18 months, as the dermal fillers used gradually break down and are absorbed by the body.
The frequency of non-surgical rhinoplasty depends on individual factors and the type of dermal filler used, but it is often done every 6 to 18 months to maintain the desired results.
Yes, the results of non-surgical rhinoplasty using dermal fillers can be partially or completely reversed with the enzyme hyaluronidase if needed.
Mild discomfort or pain is normal after nose filler injections, but it is usually temporary and can be alleviated with over-the-counter pain relievers and cold compresses.
Pain after nose filler injections is typically short-lived, lasting a day or two at most, and can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers and cold compresses.
While rare, nose fillers may occasionally cause headaches as a side effect, and if persistent or severe, it’s advisable to consult with a healthcare professional.
While sneezing itself is unlikely to cause significant issues, excessive or forceful sneezing soon after rhinoplasty could potentially impact the healing process, and it’s advisable to follow post-operative care instructions to minimize any potential risks.

If rhinoplasty fails to achieve the desired results, revision surgery may be considered after adequate healing time, and consultation with the original surgeon or another experienced rhinoplasty specialist is recommended to address concerns.

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