Non Surgical Rhinoplasty Candidate
For a non-surgical intervention, fillers can be used to sculpt the nose. I tend to use a lot of Voluma for this area and achieve great results. I suggest a physician who is an expert in facial contouring to do a formal assessment. Dr. Emer
While non surgical
rhinoplasty can create significant temporary improvement in carefully selected
candidates, based on your photos you would achieve much better results with
surgical rhinoplasty. Given the volume of your tip and the height of your
dorsum, non surgical rhinoplasty will only be able to create very limited
Fillers for temporary augmentation, surgical rhinoplasty for permanent augmentation to the radix
Fillers offer a temporary augmentation to the dorsum, but can have issues associated with their placement, so is important to do your research. A surgical rhinoplasty can accomplish building up the patient's low bridge one with cartilage graft harvested from inside the nose.
Do you think I would be a good candidate for fillers for my low radix?
Thank you for sharing your photographs and question. You have clearly been doing your research! Based on your profile images I think you are an excellent candidate for dermal filler placement into the radix of your nose to help build this area up. I recommend a hyaluronic acid based filler such as Juvederm Ultra Plus and you can see photographs in my public profile of a patient I did this exact procedure to. Hope this helps