I am 29 years old. Would adding filler create a smoother, narrower line or would it just appear bulky? I am fine with the length and width of my nose, but not so much with the shape.
Would my Nose Shape Be Suitable for Non-surgical Rhinoplasty? (photo)
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Candidacy for the NSNJ
You are, in fact, an absolutely perfect candidate for the non-surgical rhinoplasty. The small drooping before the tip of your nose could easily be filled with a small amount of Radiesse to create a perfectly straight and symmetric nose. Best of luck!
If I am understanding your goals, nonsurgical filler rhinoplasty is a reasonable alternative to conventional rhinoplasty. Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA
- You would be an excellent candidate for a non surgical rhinoplasty based on your pics
- When you are ready, please see a rhinoplasty surgeon who performs non surgical rhinoplasty so your expectations can be managed for that great result
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Non surgical rhinoplasty can give you a smoother nasal bridge.
You basically have an attractive nose, and a little filler in the bridge is probably all you need.
Non Surgical Rhinoplasty Would Help
Non-surgical Rhinoplasty is Great for Creating a Smoother (sometimes more narrow) Contour
You appear to be a great candidate for a non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure. Your goals of making the contour smoother and more narrow are what adding fillers to the nose should be about.
- Fillers can be added to your nose to make the contour less irregular on profile.
- Adding fillers to the midline can make the bridge appear more narrow on frontal view. (like adding the top layers to a pyramid
Look for someone who specializes in non-surgical rhinoplasty techniques. I prefer Restylane or Radiesse. You may also ask the injector to try a trial run with saline first to make sure you are on the same page aesthetically. Good luck!
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