I'm asian with flat nose and I want to do a non-surgical nose job. What treatment would you recommend? (photo)
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Nonsurgical Nose Job
To add definition to your flat nose, Radiesse injections into the bridge of your nose can reshape it and smooth inconsistencies. Radiesse temporarily add structural support and refines the nose in a nonsurgical nose job. Radiesse works by interacting with tissue near the injection site to support new collagen fibers.
Building and refining the nose during nonsurgical Asian rhinoplasty
Using Restylane or Juvederm Voluma, the bridge of the nose can be built up and made taller. This will improve both the appearance of the nose from profile view, but also give it a more defined and narrow appearance from the frontal view.
Not all nonsurgical rhinoplasty is created equal, so choose a nonsurgical rhinoplasty specialist to achieve the best results in the safest manner.
Nonsurgical Nose Jobs Work Well For "Flat" Noses (Saddle Noses) In Diverse Ethnic Groups
Nonsurgical rhinoplasty, which often engenders little to no downtime, takes about five minutes to perform and is practically painless owing to the use of local anesthesia. My favorite combo for treating this problem is Radiesse combined with Perlane L. Nonsurgical nose jobs are one of the gratifying noninvasive techniques that typically garners an immediate "Wow" response following treatment when the patient looks in the mirror. Be sure to consult with a board certified core aesthetic physician with extensive experience and expertise in performing nonsurgical nose jobs. Make sure to see his/her befores and afters.
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It is very difficult to tell what type of nose you have from that photo. We need better more close up pictures but many asian patients are good candidates for a nonsurgical nosejob. I like to use Restylane. Between 0.5cc - 1cc is usually enough. Typically there is no real true "down-time" although some bruising and swelling may occur.
Cost can range anywhere between $800-1200. We charge $900.
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