Certainly it has to be somebody that has a deficiency somewhere. I mean, if you have a large and bulbous nose and that's what the primary problem is the nose. The tip of the nose is oversized. It could be very difficult to correct that by adding something somewhere else, but sometimes people come in with a dorsal bump, which is the most common problem. A lot of times, you can camouflage that by adding volume both above or below it and create a more pleasing look, so it's sort of taking out that contour deformity.
Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Candidate
For some consumers, the thought of surgery is too much. For those who still want a correction of a disproportionate or odd looking nose, Dr. Michael Epstein says injectible fillers may be a great solution.