I am looking to camouflage the bump from both side and front views. Am I a good candidate for a non-surgical nose job?
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An examination would be necessary to determine your candidacy for non-surgical rhinoplasty treatments.
Hope this helps you.
Nonsurgical Nose Jobs Can Work Well To Camouflage Nasal Bumps And Humps
I have been performing these procedures for well over a decade and have had gratifying results with all of the above uses in well selected cases When necessary, before actually proceeding with treatment, in order to confirm whether a nonsurgical rhinoplasty is the right approach, I typically inject a small amount of salt solution or diluted anesthetic solution as a test into the appropriate areas of the nose to confirm that the desired level of improvement can be achieved. My preference for treating these kinds of problems is a combination of Radiesse and Perlane, which provide durable results and good lifting and shaping.
Consultation with a board certified aesthetic core physician with extensive experience with nonsurgical rhinosculpturing is essential to ensure a gratifying outcome.
Masculanizing the profile
In your case, addition of a filler above and below the bump will create a straight profile and blunt the transition point between the bridge (dorsum) and tip-the supratip. Having a supratip break is an attractive feminine characteristic and loss of this creates a masculine profile. I suspect this will be the case if you have filler injected into these areas.
You would benefit from evaluation by a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss what option would be more appropriate for you.
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