You can do that a little bit, for some minor irregularities, but keep in mind that it's a temporary maneuver. You know, all injectables are temporary, but you can't get the same result all the time. So unlike, let's say, putting a filler in the cheek, where you can get by with that amongst friends and family and in your community, changing the nose, and then it changes again a few months later, if anyone has a keen eye, you can pick that up. So I can't just see a dynamic nose. I can see dynamic cheeks where someone may be a little bit more swollen that day or what have you, that sits okay. But as far as a changing nose, I'm not so sure about that.
Could Injectable Fillers Replace Surgical Rhinoplasty?
Dr. Ary Krau, whiile supportive of injectible fillers, notes that they are only a temporary solution to a nose that should really be treated by surgical rhinoplasty.