A non-surgical nose job in Denver, also called a liquid rhinoplasty, is a simple procedure that involves injecting dermal fillers into the nose to produce cosmetic enhancements. They’re an ideal alternative for patients who want to contour or modify their nose without going under a knife or undergoing extended recovery or downtime. Some patients opt for Botox to reduce or remove wrinkles around the nose, but most non-surgical nose jobs use dermal fillers for structural contouring.
The most popular fillers for a non-surgical nose job are Restylane, Juvederm, and Radiesse. Restylane and Juvederm are hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers; hyaluronic acid (HA) is a naturally-occurring and biodegradable gel that holds and binds up to 4X its weight in water, allowing the skin to be and appear and well hydrated and youthful. When injected into the nose, HA makes the nose appear fuller, voluminous, and more elastic. The smart placement of fillers in a non-surgical rhinoplasty accounts for its rejuvenating and reshaping effect. Radiesse, another option, is a calcium hydroxyapatite-based dermal filler that activates your body’s natural collagen formation capacities, which, in turn, contours your nose.
Different dermal fillers have different properties. Hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers work immediately, but their results fade in 6 to 12 months as it gets safely absorbed by your body. Radiesse and other collagen-production dermal fillers work slower because they rely on the gradual formation of collagen protein fibers, but they strengthen and contour your nose for a longer period. The choice of dermal fillers depends on each patient’s unique needs, cosmetic goals, and interests.
A non-surgical nose job is meant for patients with small cosmetic deformities on the nose, such as a narrow bridge, unwanted bumps, or a droopy nose tip. You’re a suitable candidate for the treatment if you want to make mild to moderate corrections to your nose without going under a knife. Conversely, a non-surgical nose job isn’t meant for patients who want to make larger structural changes to their nose or achieve functional benefits, like improving breathing.
During your appointment, board certified physician Dr. Ken Oleszek, M.D. examines your nasal structure and discusses your goals for the treatment to determine the most suitable option. He’ll present you with your dermal filler choices and recommend the one most suitable for your goals. Topical numbing cream will be applied over the injection sites just before treatment. Next, Dr. Oleszek will place the chosen dermal filler into strategically-chosen locations around your nose for the desired results. You can resume all your daily activities after the treatment without any downtime.
At La Fontaine Aesthetics, we provide a customized solution for patients considering ethnic rhinoplasty. Most cosmetic centers recommend surgical procedures to patients who want a thinner nose bridge. However, we combine dermal fillers with an innovative minimally invasive thread lifting procedure to help you achieve a thinner nose bridge. The thread lifting procedure involves inserting MINT PDO threads (absorbable and biodegradable sutures) into the nose to provide targeted cosmetic benefits. When combined with the right dermal fillers, this procedure can straighten or thin your nose bridge.
Like all cosmetic injectable treatments, a non-surgical nose job in Denver may also lead to mild swelling, redness, or bruising around the injection sites. However, you can resume all your daily activities and work without any downtime. The swelling and bruising may be most apparent on the second day after the treatment, but they’ll gradually fade away in a few days.
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