A non-surgical rhinoplasty is a corrective treatment to straighten the nose performed by inject-ing dermal fillers. We often see patients who are unhappy with humps or bumps on their nose or drooping nasal tip.
Who should get it?
Through a series of painless we can reduce the bumps on the bridge of the nose or a downward drooping tip. A great alternative to costly surgery and has no to minimal downtime. It takes minutes to do, with instant results meaning you can walk straight out of the clinic and back to your normal daily activities.
How does it work?
As a result of strategic placement of filler, the nose looks straighter, smaller and therefore more suited and tailored for your own looks. The dermal filler is natural and non-animal based and feels natural in your tissues.
How long does it last?
The results last anywhere from 6-12 months and the filler is naturally broken down slowly over this time with your nose then returning to its original shape.
How much does it cost?
The cost of this procedure is £400.
Is it painful?
Topical anaesthetic is applied to the skin prior to the procedure to minimise any discomfort. You may feel some discomfort, but we wouldn’t describe it as being sore. Whilst most clinics use insulin needles, we use even smaller needles to ensure a comfortable experience.
Can I take an allergic reaction to the filler?
We are probably Scotland’s busiest clinic and have never came across this. In fact, we have never heard of anyone having an allergy to any of the main filler brands. This is an unlikely occurrence as the main ingredient is Hyaluronic Acid which is already found in your skin. We do have Doctors on site and the equipment necessary to start to counteract any allergies.
What if I don’t like it?
Filler can be dissolved, following injection into the treated area, the product acts within minutes to dissolve unwanted filler and restore the original facial contours.