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Can my Nose Be Done with Non Sergury Nose Job?

I have big round nose and wide its botherd me i want to do something to look better . Can a non surgery nose job make it better or do i have to do a surgery .. what do i need to fix it

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Can my Nose Be Done with Non Surgery Nose Job?


   A big round nose is usually better addressed with a rhinoplasty than a filler.   Find a plastic surgeon with ELITE credentials who performs HUNDREDS of rhinoplasties each year.  Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA

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Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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Wide nose and non-surgical treatment?


Minor irregularities can be treated with filler.  As for a wide bulbous tip, a rhinoplasty perhaps confined to the tip is all that you need.

Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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Wide nose rhinoplasty


 Injection of fillers will only make the nose bigger, wider and larger. A reduction rhinoplasty involves narrowing the bridge, hump, tip, and reducing the overall width of the nose. Please see the link below for examples of how we have narrowed a wide nose. Virtual Rhinoplasty Software is also available our website for you to get an idea of what your nose might look like.

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Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Non-Surgical Treatment of a Large Nose


Fillers will not improve a large nose; they will make it bigger. Consult with an experienced rhinoplasty specialist to discuss your alternatives and establish reasonable expectations.

Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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A large nose cannot be made smaller by nonsurgical treatment.


Some profile will issues of the nose can be corrected by the use of fillers. Nose it is too large requiring a reduction rhinoplasty is not suitable candidate for the nonsurgical method.

Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
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