I have wanted to be able to fix my nose look from the profile view, and ever since I discovered the non-surgical nose job, I have wanted to have it done. My mother called a couple places and one wouldn't perform the injection because I was under 18. I'm wondering if that applies everywhere. I really want to do this and I feel it wouldn't matter my age really because I's temporary. Anyway, please let me know.
I'm Almost 17 and I Would Like a Non-surgical Nose Job with Radiesse. Is This Possible? (photo)
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Radiesse in 16 Year Old for Hump
Radiesse may be able to give some improvement, but I would recommend a closed rhinoplasty at age 18 to give you the best result. Kenneth Hughes, MD rhinoplasty Los Angeles, CA
Radiesse can be used for a non-surgical rhinoplasty.
You could use a filler such as Radiesse to camouflage the small bump on your nose. Although Radiesse is a longer lasting filler, it will eventually need to be redone. I think you would be better served by the operation itself, but using a filler is a suitable option.
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Non Surgical Rhinoplasty for 16 Year Old Lady
In most states a patient under 18 needs the permission of a parent or guardian. I feel Injections are an appropriate alternative to make minor adjustments but it is not a replacement for a complete rhinoplasty in most cases, especially in a young lady like yourself who will need more filler for the rest of your life.
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First I do not believe there is such thing as liquid rhinoplasty, and have been in practice as a board certified plastic surgeon for more than 20 years. One can fill dents, smooth surfaces with fillers. BUT there are risks.
When we evaluate a teen for surgery we need to evaluate their maturity, ability to understand the risks and complications, and the stability to deal with the unsatisfactory results.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.
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