Will the nose look a little fuller if injected with some filler if the tip is too small without raising the nose? And if you add filler along the middle of the nose (the bridge) down to the tip... will it give the nose a longer more elegant appearance? And finally, it the nose looks raised, can filler help if it is applied to the tip and along the two sides of the nostrils right below the tip?
What Happens when You Inject a Little Filler on the Tip of the Nose?
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Fillers for Noses Is an Artform
Q.Will the nose look a little fuller if injected with some filler if the tip is too small without raising the nose?
A. If the filler is added to the sides of the tip, it will look fuller. If only added to the highest point, the dome, is will not look wider
Q. if you add filler along the middle of the nose (the bridge) down to the tip... will it give the nose a longer more elegant appearance?
A. Will not make it look longer, but will make it look more slender
Robert Kotler, MD, FACS
Beverly Hills, CA
Injectable fillers in the tip of your nose may lead to a wider appearance.
If your tip is too small, then you may benefit from a well-performed Injectable Filler treatment. My personal experience is exclusively with Silikon-1000 for permanent results.
Silikon-1000 may widen the appearance of your nasal tip, but will not project or rotate it. Silikon-1000 may also be used to raise the height of your bridge, or lower the margin of your nostrils.
All the best from NJ
Fillers to the nose
Fillers are not usually the answer for nasal deformities. You may be better off with a rhinoplasty to give a more permanent result.
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