NOSE FILLER, NON-SURGICAL RHINOPLASTY & THE LIQUID NOSE JOB

If you're new to liquid nose job treatments
 

New patient filler consultations - 60 mins

Existing patients consultations - 45 mins

Both the consultation & treatment can be done on the day

This is a high risk and advanced treatment that requires experience & skill

Liquid nose job treatments are priced at $1200 per session

Typical only very small volumes of filler will be used (0.1ml - 1ml max)

The results are visible immediately

1 week of downtime is typical - mild swelling, mild tenderness +/- bruising

Depending on the area and your needs, nose fillers can last up to 2 years

What are nose fillers for?

Fillers for the nose are also known as a 'non-surgical rhinoplasty' or the 'liquid nose job'. Whatever you want to call the technique, it uses fillers to improve the shape and profile of the nose.

 

Nose fillers can improve your aesthetic in a few common ways:

 

1) smoothing out bumps on the bridge of the nose when viewed from the side. 

2) Adding volume to the bridge of the nose in those with a very flat nasal profile.

3) It's also possible to lift the tip of the nose subtly to improve a hooked or droopy nose tip

Treatments are easily tolerated and can be done in as little as 5-10 minutes.

How are nose fillers done?

Nose fillers are performed using the long-lasting and most shaping of fillers. Obviously we can't remove any bone or nasal tissue - that's done during surgery. But by using fillers we can completely change your nose shape. This is mainly visible from a profile or side on view.

Tiny improvements add up to a completely new nose shape and it can be life changing for those unhappy with their current look.

Improving the prominence of the nasal bridge is another common request who have a very flat nasal bridge. It's possible to give the face more character and it also also helps slim the features by creating some contour to the face.

What if I have pre-existing breathing problems too?

Nose fillers are purely aesthetic treatments. If you have breathing difficulties due to a deviated septum, chronic nasal passage inflammation, allergies, sinusitis, previous trauma or previous rhinoplasty surgery, you should seek the advice of a qualified ENT (ear, nose and throat) surgeon and not an injector.