The nose is a central and prominent feature on the face. It is not uncommon for patients to want to revise or correct certain aspects of their nose to feel more confident and look more attractive. While you may think of a nose job as a plastic surgery procedure to reduce the size of the nose or eliminate a hump on the bridge of a nose, rhinoplasty is also frequently used to improve the appearance of those two holes in the nose that allow you to breathe – more commonly known as the nostrils. … Continue reading
Due to its protruding appearance, the nose is the most commonly injured part of the face. In fact, nasal fractures account for approximately half of all facial fractures in several studies, according to eMedicine. Whether you were simply rough-housing with your kids or severely injured during a car accident, the nose can suffer significant damage that threatens your breathing ability as well as your overall facial appearance.
The nose is a unique structure that involves intricate layers of skin, bone and cartilage. Nasal fractures are not only painful, but repairing the nose requires a certain level of skill if you are aiming to regain both function and aesthetics. Unfortunately, it is common for patients to avoid medical treatment for a broken or fractured nose. While the body will certain heal itself after such injuries, your nose may not repair itself the way you’d hoped for. In fact, the nose often remains crooked or misshapen without professional intervention. … Continue reading
Rhinoplasty is one of the most sought-after procedures in cosmetic plastic surgery. However, not everyone is willing to sacrifice the expense and recovery time of a surgical procedure to get the results they want. Therefore, more and more patients are turning to the “lunchtime nose job” for nasal improvements without going under the knife. Non-surgical rhinoplasty relies on the latest filler injectable products as well as the delicate and skilled hand of a trained plastic surgeon. For most patients, this no-downtime, in-office procedure provides superior, natural-looking results. Here’s some quick facts on a lunchtime nose job – is it right for you?
It’s long-lasting but not permanent
It’s true that using cosmetic fillers to change your appearance is only a temporary fix. However, many of the latest filler products can last 18 to 24 months! This is often enough for patients to consider the investment worthwhile. In addition, patients can often be hesitant about undergoing a more permanent change, especially when it comes to their nose. A non-surgical nose job can give them an accurate depiction of what a “real” nose job would look like, helping them feel more confident in the surgical procedure down the road. Lastly, fillers such as Voluma are completely reversible if the patient is dissatisfied with the results.
It can address a wide variety of aesthetic concerns within the nose.
Fillers don’t just correct nasal bumps. In the hands of a skilled plastic surgeon, a non-surgical nose job can also be used to improve a droopy tip (filler will help lift it up), asymmetrical nostrils, as well as slightly crooked noses (filler can smooth sharp angles). It is important to note, however, that if you have a nose that is considerably too large or if you are suffering from a broken/fractured nose, then a traditional (surgical) rhinoplasty is needed.
The recovery is a breeze.
For the average patient, a non-surgical nose job is nearly painless. We use a topical cream to numb the affected area and keep discomfort at a minimum. The entire procedure can be performed within minutes. Best of all, you won’t have to go home in pain or with the need to rest or wrap bandages on your nose. This is exactly why it is called “the lunchtime nose job.” Many patients immediately return to work or other normal activities. Slight redness or bruising can be expected for a few days following the procedure.
When it comes to non-surgical rhinoplasty, trust Beverly Hills finest. Schedule your consult with Dr. Ben Talei, who has helped countless patients attain a beautiful and balanced nasal appearance without surgery.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Phone: (310) 288-0641
Are you interested in having a nose job but afraid to take the plunge? There are countless patients who are hesitant to go under the knife in order to have the nose they’ve always wanted. Whether it is the cost, recovery or permanent commitment that is causing you to shy away, there is a solution that can help you achieve a more attractive nose without surgery. At our plastic surgery center in Beverly Hills, we proudly offer non-surgical nose jobs as a less expensive and minimal downtime alternative to traditional rhinoplasty.
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The nose is the most prominent feature on the face. For this reason, many people are especially bothered by its imperfections. While major concerns such as a crooked nose or large nose can only be corrected with surgery (rhinoplasty), there are many small defects that can be greatly improved with non-surgical techniques. The use of facial fillers and injectables has revolutionized facial cosmetic procedures. Although the results are not permanent, they provide many advantages, especially for those who want to improve their nasal appearance but are unwilling to undergo the risk and downtime of surgery. … Continue reading
Rosacea is a skin disorder of the face that affects more than 16 million Americans. It typically begins as redness on the cheeks, nose, chin and forehead. However, if rosacea worsens, its symptoms can become severe enough to cause rhinophyma. … Continue reading
You may think that getting a nose job, or rhinoplasty, is reserved for those that were born with an unsightly nose or those that have experienced trauma or injury to the nose. However, many people elect to have rhinoplasty because of the aging effects on their nose. Yes, that’s right – your nose can actually change shape and size as you age. Unfortunately, this is not ideal for most people. After all, an attractive facial appearance is typically one that is well balanced or symmetrical, and the nose is at the focal center of your face. … Continue reading