Improve the Appearance of Your Nose Without Surgery

Published on: April 4, 2017

Do you wish you could change the shape of your nose but don’t want to have rhinoplasty or a “nose job”? A liquid or non-surgical nose job may be the right solution for you. Injectable cosmetic fillers have become popular for transforming facial features without the risk, pain or downtime of surgery. Now even the nose can be reshaped using injectable options that are quick and safe, giving many people a more attractive nose in just one day.

Benefits of a Liquid Nose Job

Often people are unhappy with their nose due to the shape, not necessarily the size. Lumps, bumps and indentations in the nose can detract from the appearance. While these issues can be resolved through rhinoplasty, many people are hesitant to undergo surgery for such minor imperfections. There are now other options for transforming the shape of the nose, often referred to as a liquid nose job or non-surgical nose job.

This procedure involves using facial fillers to change the shape of the nose. These are injected into different areas of the nose to change the appearance. Some of the benefits of this procedure include:

  • Quick, virtually painless procedure. This is an outpatient procedure that can be performed in an office visit without extensive anesthesia.
  • Instant results. Unlike surgery, the results will be immediately noticeable without weeks of healing or downtime.
  • Fillers are not permanent, so there is not a permanent change to your face.
  • Any surgery has risks. Facial injections have very little risk in comparison to rhinoplasty.

If you would like to explore the difference that a liquid nose job could make to your appearance, consult a plastic surgeon that offers this effective procedure.

Posted on behalf of
Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC
5670 Peachtree Dunwoody Road Northeast #910
Atlanta, GA 30342
(404) 936-6665

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