Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty: Everything You Need to Know

Non-surgical Rhinoplasty involves injecting dermal fillers into the nose to alter its shape. This procedure is cost-effective and quick. However, it can be risky but the results are temporary.

Most often, hyaluronic Acid fillers like Restylane and Juvederm are used. They can dissolve if accidentally injected in the wrong place. It is worth learning about non-surgical rhinoplasty and if you are interested you can also visit

Nonsurgical rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that can be performed by either a facial surgeon or a dermatologist. For topical anesthesia, a numbing cream/ointment may be applied to the skin around your nose.

The surgeon will strategically inject fillers into specific areas of the nose during the procedure. The fillers can be used to smoothen or flatten bumps, lift the nose bridge, fill out dips or divets and/or improve overall symmetry.

Nonsurgical rhinoplasty results are usually temporary, but they can last for up to a year. After the procedure is completed, patients can return home. Non-surgical rhinoplasty is used to reshape a person's nose. It does not involve cutting or removing tissue. It can't correct breathing problems or fix internal defects such as a deviation septum.

A non-surgical rhinoplasty cannot give you a completely symmetrical nose. As always, the goal of cosmetic surgery is an improvement, not "perfection."