Could Fillers Help with my Nose? (photo)
- Asked by Daph84
- 1 year ago
After rhinoplasty the bridge of my nose seems to dissapear when i smile and my nose widens, also my nose points upward and my nostrils show too much. could fillers help with this?
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Non surgical rhinoplasty with fillers can help
If your nose has been aggressively reduced during your previous rhinoplasty, you can either improve it with fillers non surgically to add more height and definition to the bridge or you can choose to ad cartilage in a revision rhinoplasty procedure. The quality of these pictures and the views are not very good so without seeing and examining you in person, its hard to tell if you are a good candidate or not.
Web reference: http://www.virginiarhinoplasty.com/
Filler to Build Bridge with Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
Yes, non-surgical rhinoplasty with facial fillers (Restylane, Radiesse, etc) can be used to help build the bridge or improve the profile in appropriate patients. Revision rhinoplasty would otherwise be required with cartilage or other material. Only after a comprehensive evaluation can a plastic surgeon help determine appropriate options for you. Best of luck.
Non surgical rhinoplasty
- Non surgical fillers can be used to raise the bridge and make the bridge look more narrow
- It will define the tip just a little bit
- It will not help with the extra nostril show either
- For all of your problems, you may just be better off with a revision rhinoplasty
Recent Revision Rhinoplasty Reviews
Revision Rhinoplasty Photos
No bridge and wide nostrils after rhinoplasty
Without pre-op pictures it is hard to comment on your surgical result. Looking at where you are now it seems as though the bridge is too low and the nose overall is too wide. Fillers will not reliably improve things. A graft for the dorsum and a narrowing of the nostril base would probably get you closer to where you want to be. Discuss this with your surgeon (is he/she certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery?) and get a composite of pre- and post-op pictures so you can see your progress. If you go to another surgeon for another opinion bring the pre- and post-op pictures with you.
Role of fillers in Rhinoplasty
Fillers are becoming more common to address post rhinoplasty irregularities. The choice of filler and the reason for nonsurgical intervention have to considered carefully. You may be able to add some filler such as Radiesse or Restylane to the bridge of your nose to give it more definition. Fillers in the tip can cause serious issues especially with skin death so is not recommended.
Web reference: http://www.northsideplasticsurgery.com
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