Non-surgical Rhinoplasty Procedure
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What Is Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty?
Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that changes the shape and/or size of the nose. The procedure involves injections of hyaluronic acid filler into the soft tissues of the nose to correct familial cosmetic shape and proportion disharmony. Many who have already had a traditional rhinoplasty procedure and need a second procedure to correct asymmetry and defects now have a more effective and cost conscious method . Correction of secondary rhinoplasty defects is one of the most important uses of non surgical rhinoplasty.
Why Would I Want Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Surgery?
The two main reasons are cosmetic: 1. to improving the natural esthetics of your nose and 2. correcting residual defects after a primary or secondary rhinoplasty procedure.
I have not read much about non-surgical rhinoplasty is it safe and effective?
Yes. Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty is a relatively new procedure and must be performed by an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon who understands the surgical anatomy and artistic proportions of the nose. Also some filler materials are not suitable and should be avoided.
Where Is The Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Surgery Performed?
I perform all non-surgical rhinoplasty in our outpatient facility located at Spa Aesthetica in Orange and Newport Beach.
What Is The Average Length of Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Procedure?
The average length of Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Procedure is 30 minutes.
What Type Of Anesthesia Is Used For Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Surgery?
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a no-down-time procedure and I perform this procedure under local anesthesia. Therefore you will be awake during the entire procedure and can drive yourself home after procedure is completed. The anesthesia is included in the cost of the procedure.
What Are the Risks Involved In Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty?
The most common risks of surgery may include bleeding, bruising, infection and swelling. Residual deformity may not be totally corrected. Some clients will need additional treatments.
What is the recovery period like?
You will have mild discomfort of the nose for the a few hours which will then decrease. You will also notice some local swelling which will slowly improve over several days.
How Many Visits Are Required After Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty?
For our patients we recommend post operative visits at two weeks to insure proper healing, excellent results and minor corrections if necessary. We also take after photographs at 2 and 6 weeks.
When Can I Return To Work Post Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Surgery?
This is a no-down time procedure and most patients return to work immediately.
Will Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Surgery Result In Decrease In Sensation in the nose?
The vast majority of patients will not notice any changes in nasal sensation.
What Is The Fee For Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty?
The fee for Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty surgery is $1500.00 per syringe of filler. This fee includes the surgeon's fee, local anesthesia and facility fee, and all postoperative visits. No interest financing is available. Most non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure will require only one syringe of filler.
Trust a Board Certified Rhinoplasty Surgeon when considering Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
Plastic surgeons are trained to understand the anatomy and artistic nature of this procedure and desired results that patients expect. When exploring a doctors creditials, it is important to understand the differences in training that define the educational process leading to Board Certification. What makes the M.D.(medical doctor) degree special? Sometimes determining the differences between "doctors" is not as easy as it sounds. If a professional starts his title with "Dr." or "Doctor" he can be a PhD.(doctor of philosophy), a "D.C." a chiropracter, "DDS" or "DMD" are dentist, "D.O." are doctors of osteopathic medicine, "DpM" are podiatrist, and M.D. are traditional medical doctors. MD's and DO's are the two groups of doctors that perform non-surgical rhinoplasty. Examples of M.D. schools in California would be UCLA, USC, Stanford, UC San Franscico, UC San Deigo. The two osteopathic schools in Calfornia are Western University and Touro University. I believe that when deciding on a rhinoplasty surgeon (surgical or non-surgical) you should consider board certified surgical specialists. Look at the surgeon's training after medical school. Look at the surgeon's board certifications. After you have researched a doctors credentials, the next step is to schedule a consultation. At your Spa Aesthetica consultation, our Coordinator will facilitate the entire process and help you make an informed comfortable decision.
To schedule your consultation, please contact our office or call us in Orange in Orange County at (714) 937-0772.