Is there any non surgical way to correct my slightly assymetrical nose?
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Non-surgical Rhinoplasty is an Option at Times
Alternatively, a patient's fat, fascia (muscle layering), and other tissues can also be transplanted at times.
Many patients prefer a more permanent solution to the problem, which may be done with internal incisions only allowing a very concealed procedure.
Thanks for your great question.
Dr. Hobgood, MD
Nonsurgical correction of nasal asymmetry
You should consult with a board certified plastic surgeon that has significant experience with injecting soft tissue fillers for correction of nasal deformities.
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I totally agree with Dr. Val Lambros. He's the best! We like to use Restylane or Juvederm in our "non-surgical rhinoplasty" treatments. Most important is that you choose your rhinoplasty surgeon most carefully. Good luck and be well.
You may want to try the temporary effects of fillers
Although a thorough assessment by a plastic surgeon is best the "non surgical" options of temporary fillers may be a way to determine if correction is worth pursuing. A closed septo-rhinoplasty may be worth looking into as a surgical option for the smaller changes that you may be looking for in terms of nasal symmetry.
All the best,
Dr Remus Repta
Is there any non surgical way to correct my slightly asymmetrical nose?
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA