When you live in such an inspirational area, with so many great natural beauties around you sometimes it’s easy just to put off dealing with cosmetic issues even if they are extremely detrimental to your confidence and feeling of well being. When you live in Dandenong with amazing places like Sherbrooke Forest to visit, it’s a shame to waste your free time stuck at home avoiding the world while recovering from surgical cosmetic procedures when there’s a great alternative, especially when it comes to rhinoplasty for many peoples concerns.
What Is the Alternative to Surgical Rhinoplasty?
At Skin Club we are experts when it comes to the use of dermal fillers, we don’t just use the best products, but are proficient in using them to their full potential. One of the more impressive ways dermal fillers can be used is dealing with many issues people face with the aesthetics of their nose. Through the use of dermal fillers things like symmetry, balance, shape, size, and droop can be improved in many situations. This removes the necessity of surgical interventions in many cases.
What Can’t Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Achieve?
Like most cosmetic procedures that have alternatives, there’s rarely a fix-all solution, and the same applies here. As this alternative treatment works by adding volume, it can only enhance or improve the look of a nose that can in some way benefit from the addition of volume. While this is a variable to consider, to the untrained eye you may not realise ways that a condition can be tackled by adding volume to specific areas in a particular way. Always consult a professional, especially if you would rather avoid surgical options before as you may find there is a workaround that will give you the results you are looking to achieve.
How Much Does Liquid Rhinoplasty Cost?
There’s a lot of variables involved when it comes to working out how much non surgical rhinoplasty cost will be in your specific case. When you have your needs properly assessed and discuss your goals for what you hope to achieve, your practitioner will be able to give you a reasonable estimate of the amount of filler required and the costs involved. Being a non-surgical option though, it’s incredibly likely the price will pale in comparison if this alternative is suitable for your circumstances.
Cost of Rhinoplasty using dermal fillers will also be affected by the type of dermal filler used, while you may be recommended a particular product with the most suitable consistency for the job, you may have other options. The consistency of the filler used can be crucial as different target areas and techniques can often be best approached using specific fillers with particular product attributes to give you the best outcomes using either a thinner or thicker filler.
So for the type of work being done, you may also have options regarding a product with similar attributes that also has a longer lasting time. As dermal fillers are temporary and vary in regards to lasting times often that extra lasting time will come with a little additional cost. At Skin Club we only use high-quality dermal fillers, so in either case, you can rest assured you will only be receiving quality injectables, but you sometimes will have an option to pay a little more for some extra lasting time while still receiving the same results.
What are the Risks of Rhinoplasty Using Dermal Fillers?
While rare, one of the significant risks to consider if the possible complication of compromising blood supply to areas of the nose. Also, there is a risk of injecting filler material into an artery that can cause immediate blanching of the surrounding skin tissue, leading to potential death of the skin and possible scarring. Similar situations can also arise by filler creating pressure blocking circulation to certain areas, resulting in similar potential problems.
If you have previously had surgical rhinoplasty, this increases the risks involved, as surgical rhinoplasty can change the anatomy of the nose increasing the risk of these things occurring when fillers are introduced. So if you are considering both, it may be better to contemplate the temporary option first as later it becomes more of a risk to pursue. However, these risks can be reduced by through the use of a blunt cannula instead of a needle as these are less likely to enter blood vessels, reducing the risk of injecting filler into them.