Non Surgical Nose Job Explained

Non Surgical Nose Job Explained

What is non surgical nose job?

Non surgical rhinoplasty is done as an office procedure to help camouflage the humps and bumps of the nose. This relatively painless procedure is done using injectables such as Radiesse(R) that can be performed in just minutes. Radiesse is a safe, FDA approved, effective, time-tested, non-surgical filler that provides immediate results. Dr. Payman Simoni, a Beverly Hills nosejob specialist, has been using non surgical rhinoplasty for years to simply bring balance to the nose and makes it look more cosmetically appealing.

Is non surgical nose job for me?

Patients who want fast and subtle changes can benefit from non-surgical procedure rhinoplasty. However, those who are looking for major changes or to significantly reduce the size of their nose are not candidates for the non-surgical nose job. For these patients, Dr Payman Simoni recommends traditional approach. Non-surgical rhinoplasty avoids the risks of surgery and has no effect on nasal breathing since it involves only injection into the skin. The procedure is much more precise than surgical rhinoplasty, so more detailed adjustments to nasal contour are possible. During the procedure, you are fully awake. You hold a mirror and you are in complete control of the procedure’s results. The non surgical rhinoplasty (nose Job) procedure does not cause nosebleeds or persistent swelling. There is usually no long term scarring complications. Most patients return to work on the same day as the procedure. The results are immediate. There is usually a need for another touch up in about two years. Best of all, the cost is 1/10th of traditional rhinoplasty. Dr Payman Simoni also recommends non surgical approach for a lot of patients suffering from poor result of their first nose surgery. In some cases result from injection rhinoplasty supersedes any revision surgery.

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Posted in Nose Job, Videos on Oct 6th, 2010, 7:07 am by plastic_surgery_world   

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