Bumps on the nose are quite common, causing a great many people to be self-conscious and uncomfortable about their noses. This can cause personal embarrassment, especially when other people notice or comment.
However, surgery to reshape the nose is quite a drastic step to take, involving general anaesthetic. The procedure itself usually involves actually breaking the nose to reset it and recovery means extensive bruising and bandaging. Surgeons say it takes about a year for the nose to fully recovery.
Little wonder then that non-surgical nose reshaping has become an increasingly popular choice for women and men who are looking to improve the contour and shape of their noses.
This nose reshaping procedure can help and is a very popular choice for who want to improve their most prominent facial feature. It can alter the balance and proportions of your whole face, giving a dramatic improvement to how you look and feel.
Non-surgical nose jobs involve no scalpels and no general anaesthetic.
Using dermal fillers, the doctor carefully adds volume to reshape the nose, filling out deep contours to present a straighter and smoother nose profile.
This is a much safer procedure than surgery with quicker recovery too; yet for masking bumps and humps, the non-surgical approach is highly effective.
The procedure is suitable for women or men over the age of 18 who are dissatisfied with the shape of their noses.
The procedure will not help with any breathing difficulties. However, for cosmetic contouring it is a very effective option.
A surgical nose job will normally cost in the region of £4-5,000. By comparison, non-surgical nose reshaping is based on the cost of fillers used. The normal cost of a non-surgical nose job at Clinicbe® is £375. Visit Dr Kubicka for a personal quotation.
Dermal fillers have been used in millions of treatments across the world for over a decade, and have been thoroughly tried and tested. They are often be used to treat facial lines, lips, facial contours and the skin itself.
Many injectable fillers actually include a local anaesthetic to make treatment comfortable and pain-free.
All our treatments are made as comfortable as possible according to the treatment and the individual’s personal requirements. Ice is used as a topical anaesthetic to numb the area prior to injecting and if necessary, a dental block anaesthetic may also be used. Pain killers are also available on request.
However, dermal fillers are very safe and certainly compared to surgery. Potential side-effects may include swelling, redness, pain, bruising, tenderness and itching.