The No-Knife Nose Job, And 6 More Ways Your Doctor Gives You More By Doing Less [VIDEO]

20 Aug 2013 at 9:00am

Sometimes the needle (or laser) is mightier than the scalpel.

Not everyone needs to have a full-on facelift or a real rhinoplasty to get the look they want. In the second installment of RealSelf's exclusive video series on what's trending in advanced beauty, this week's experts -- from facial plastic to cosmetic derm to breast aug -- tells you where less can mean much, much more. 

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1. A non-invasive skin-tightening treatment for women of a certain age.

Dr. Jennifer Reichel of the Pacific Dermatology and Cosmetic Center explains why the non-invasive skin tightening treatment Ultherapy is gaining popularity. (2:43)

2. Making your breast implants look less like breast implants.

Dr. Remus Repta tells us that a subfascial breast augmentation is becoming more popular in his Pheonix-based office. If you're not sure what a subfascial is, there's a Q&A for that here. (2:07)

3. Getting a tighter jawline without a single incision.

So says Dr. Steven Weber, who says patients are coming to his office wanting non-invasive procedures, like using Botox for jawline slimming, and more natural results. (2:38)

4. Less neck wattle means a better look for Skype or selfie.

Here Dr. William Portuese, board-certified facial plastic surgeon in Seattle, says neck lifts are popular in his office because more people are paying attention to their jawlines — thanks to social media. (1:35)

5. How fillers alone can change your face.

Dr. Bill Loverme of Accurate Aesthetics Plastic Surgery explains more and more people are asking for non-invasive procedures, including Juvederm fillers and laser resurfacing. (2:28)

6. The no-knife nose job.

Dr. Eric Joseph from West Orange, New Jersey, says filler-based non-surgical rhinoplasty is becoming just as popular as the invasive procedure. (1:54)

7. How a technique for earlobes can make your privates prettier. 

Dr. Larry Schlesinger in Honolulu tells you about his techniques for a better mommy makeover. NOTE: Some images may not be entirely suitable for work -- or to watch around children. (2:15)