Aesthetic Concern - Nose

The nose is the most defining feature of a person’s face. Therefore, a slight asymmetry or imperfection can greatly affect one’s appearance. Some are born with beautifully shaped noses, while some unlucky others have noses that could use some improvements.

Non-surgical rhinoplasty of aesthetic improvements provides affordable solutions to many who want to fix the appearance without going under the knife. Non-surgical dermal fillers have now become a very popular avenue for people who want to improve their appearance and self-confidence without risks of prolonged recoveries, excessive downtime, expensive surgeries or major side effects.

Flat Nose Bridge 

Nasal bridge (dorsum) is the bony area running along the middle of your nose. People with low dorsum or flat nasal bridge has the overall effect of making the midface and nose look uninteresting and flat from the frontal view. The lack of protrusion also has the effect of making the eyes appear further apart than they actually are.

Many thinks that the nose is the key feature that makes the face stand out. A heightened dorsum is desired by many as it projects a more harmonious appearance for most individuals.

How We Treat Flat Nose Bridge

A heightened nasal-bridge will improvise the overall definition and projection of an individual’s appearance. With a heightened nasal-bridge, facial proportions and contours can also be improved, projecting a harmonious look.

Hyaluronic-acid fillers are injected to heightened the nasal-bridge and also to give the illusion of the nose bridge being narrower and higher.

Major swellings are expected to subside within 2-4 days after the procedure while minor swellings will linger around for about 2-4 weeks.

 

Nose-bridge Bump

Nose-bridge bumps consist of bone and cartilage, with different proportions varying in different individuals. Nose-bridge bump or a dorsal hump is a protuberance on the nasal bridge.

Generally, the occurrence of nasal-bridge bumps is hereditary, although it is also possible for a bump to exist after an injury.

How We Treat Nose Bridge Bumps

A substitute to surgical rhinoplasty to remove nasal-bridge bumps involve the use of dermal fillers in a non-surgical rhinoplasty.

Hyaluronic acid fillers is used to contour the nose and to mask the bumps.  Hyaluronic acid fillers will be injected into the depressions, just above and below the bump, to camouflage it making the profile of your nose straighter.

The effect is immediate and the procedure is quick. There will be minor swelling that will subside within 2-3 days after the procedure.

 

Hooked Nose

Hooked noses are found among people from almost all corners of the world but it is more associated with certain ethnic groups from the Middle East, North Africa, Southern Europe and the South of Asia.

Hooked nose, also known as Aquiline or Jewish nose, is where the nasal-bridge is very prominent, giving it the outlook of being slightly bent or curved. The word “aquiline” originates from the Latin word “aquilinus” and it means “eagle-like”.

How We Treat Hooked Nose

Nobody wants a nose that resembles an eagle’s beak or a hook. The usage of safe dermal fillers in non-surgical rhinoplasty can help to reshape noses and smoothing out bumps and depressions. In the hands of a skilled professional, hyaluronic acid fillers can shape your ideal nose, improve your facial appearance as well as boosting your confidence overnight.

Hyaluronic acid fillers will be injected into the depressions, just above and below the large nasal bump, to camouflage it making the profile of your nose straighter.

 

Crooked Nose

The cartilage that divides our nostrils is called the septum. It generally sits right in the middle, giving us two equally separated nostrils.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the case for many. It is estimated that as many as 80% of all septums are away from the midline, causing a crooked appearance and nostrils to be uneven in size. This unevenness can be very unappealing and embarrassing to some as symmetry and harmony to facial features are central to beauty.

Crooked nose can be congenital or as a consequence of injuries to the nose. It may worsen with age while severely deviated septum may cause health complications such as breathing difficulties.

How We Treat Crooked Nose

The nose is the most defining feature of a person’s face thus a slight asymmetry in the septum can be very obvious and unappealing.

Injectable rhinoplasty is a quick procedure with little to no downtime while producing instant results. Individuals seeking to reshape the appearance of their crooked nose are treated by injecting hyaluronic acid fillers along the bridge of the nose to contour it, creating an appearance of a straighter, more centralized nose and a more balanced nasal-facial proportion.

 

Short Nose 

The length of the nose is defined by the perceived length from its starting point from the root between the eyes down to the tip of the nose. A nose that is proportionally too short compared to a person’s face and stature could appear a little odd.

A short nose often involves an inadequate nasal length. Besides, a low radix (the deepest point of the nasofrontal angle at the intersection of forehead slope and the proximal nasal bridge) can also create an appearance of a short nose because of the lower nasal starting point.

How We Treat Short Nose

Nasal length which is proportionate to the face and stature is the central key to beauty. Non-invasive, non-surgical nose job is a popular and safe alternative to traditional nose job under the knife.

Hyaluronic-acid fillers will be injected to the radix to give the illusion of the nose bridge being narrower and higher. This will also create length in the nose as the nasal starting point at the root is heightened.

Major swellings are expected to subside within 2-4 days after the procedure while minor swellings will linger around for about 2-4 weeks.