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Is Silikon 1000 Safe to Raise the Nose Bridge?

I did some research and have mixed answers , some say its safe some say its dangerous. i am very unhappy with my nose and i really hope to get some honest replies, please! i don't know how to show it but i am really desperate!

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Silikon-1000 may be used by experienced physicians for non-surgical rhinoplasty treatments.

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Depending on the thickness of your skin, several treatments are the norm to achieve a desired result with injectable silicone. Silicone nasal injections are performed with the serial-puncture, microdroplet technique, and in our practice, many patients may benefit from silicone nasal injections to raise their nasal bridge.

Hope this helps you.

Dr. Joseph

Web reference: http://nonsurgicalrhinoplasty.net/

West Orange Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Silikon 1000 Is A Practical Way to the Bridge of the Nose

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Medical grade liquid Silikon injected sequentially in microdroplet form is an excellent way in non-surgical rhinoplasty to raise a bridge that is too low either from birth, an accident or overdone surgery. 

As an alternative, traditional surgery can also be very practical, effective, and economical.

Web reference: http://www.robertkotlermd.com/procedures/rhinoplasty/non-surgical-rhinoplasty/

Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Silikon 1000 Excellent for Correcting Nasal Imperfections

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Injectable liquid silicone is safe, effective and ideal for correcting nasal defects or imperfections.  While being used off-label, silicone is still an FDA-approved medical device. Find yourself a reputable, experienced, board-certified dermatologist or facial plastic surgeon and get a consultation. Silicone is a huge part of our practice and our patients are all very satisfied. 

Web reference: http://www.barnettdermatology.com/treatments.php?id=16

New York Dermatologist
4.5 out of 5 stars 4 reviews

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