The Truth About Permanent Nose Jobs: What You Need to Know

As a plastic surgeon with over 40 years of experience, I have seen the rise in popularity of rhinoplasty, or nose jobs, as a way to permanently modify one's appearance. And while it is true that rhinoplasty is a permanent procedure, there are some important things to consider before undergoing this type of surgery. First and foremost, it's important to understand that rhinoplasty is a permanent body modification procedure. This means that the results will last a lifetime. While this may seem like a desirable outcome, it also means that any changes made to your nose will be permanent.

This is why it's crucial to choose a skilled and experienced surgeon who can help you achieve your desired results. But what if you're not happy with the results of your rhinoplasty? This is where revision rhinoplasty comes in. This is a second surgery that can be done to adjust for any cosmetic changes and meet your expectations once you've fully healed from the initial procedure. However, there is another option for those who are not satisfied with their rhinoplasty results: non-surgical rhinoplasty.In my practice, I specialize in the use of Silikon-1000 microdrops, a permanent soft tissue filler that has been a good alternative to temporary gel fillers for our patients. This filler is commonly used in permanent non-surgical nasal surgery treatments.

For patients who have minor irregularities after previous rhinoplasty surgery, Silikon-1000 can be a safe alternative to revision rhinoplasty with no downtime. On the other hand, temporary or non-surgical rhinoplasty uses materials that are absorbed by the body over time. The most common dermal filler used in these procedures is manufactured hyaluronic acid. While these fillers can provide temporary improvement, they cannot claim to be permanent. This means that patients will need to replace them for life, which can become costly and inconvenient. With my extensive experience in rhinoplasty, I have successfully performed more than 5000 nasal procedures, making me one of the most experienced professionals in non-surgical permanent rhinoplasty and non-surgical permanent revision rhinoplasty in the United States.

Whether you're unhappy with the bump you were born with or you're devastated by a failed nasal operation, non-surgical nose surgery is an effective option to improve your appearance safely, quickly and affordably. One of the most satisfying aspects of performing non-surgical nose surgery is seeing the happiness of my patients who have suffered visible irregularities after a previous nose operation. Since this procedure uses a dermal filler, it's essentially an "addition" to the nose. This means that if your nose has a hump that is too large in profile, a surgical rhinoplasty may be the best option for you. However, for those with minor imperfections or those who want to avoid surgery altogether, liquid rhinoplasty can produce a net increase in volume of the nose. This may not be appropriate for someone with a large nose who is simply looking to hide minor imperfections. But what about those who are unhappy with their surgical rhinoplasty results? In many cases, liquid nasal surgery can correct some of the imperfections and unsatisfactory parts of the initial procedure.

This raises the question of whether a revision should be a temporary non-surgical revision rhinoplasty or a permanent non-surgical revision rhinoplasty. During a non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure, the doctor will inject the filler into the area around the nose and possibly into the nasal bridge itself. This is where non-surgical permanent rhinoplasty or non-surgical permanent revision rhinoplasty with medical-grade liquid silicone comes in. These procedures work under a slightly different framework, but can still provide long-lasting results. So how does non-surgical rhinoplasty work? This procedure involves the use of injectable fillers to improve the appearance of the nose. One of the most common fillers used is hyaluronic acid, which can help to smooth out bumps and imperfections in the nose. But what about those who want to make their nose appear thinner? This can often be achieved with a skilled filler placement over the bridge of the nose in the midline.

And for those who have visible imperfections after a previous nose surgery, a non-surgical revision rhinoplasty can dramatically improve their appearance. When it comes to cost, non-surgical permanent revision rhinoplasty or non-surgical permanent rhinoplasty is generally 25% of the average cost of a surgical rhinoplasty. This makes it a more affordable option for those who want to improve their appearance without undergoing surgery.

Vance Bellantoni
Vance Bellantoni

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