Which Injectables Are Used In A Nonsurgical Nose Job?

As a temporary solution for minimal irregularities, hyaluronic acid fillers like Restylane, Juvederm and Perlane, as well as longer-lasting fillers like Radiesse, are most frequently used for injectable nose jobs.

The filler recommended for you will depend on your personal nasal flaws, where your dermatologist or plastic surgeon plans to inject the product, and the thickness of your skin. Radiesse is injected deeper to fix contour irregularities, while the hyaluronic acids are great for fine creases at the bridge.

Botox can also be used as part of a nonsurgical nose job to relax the muscle that pulls the tip downward, creating a more upturned appearance, or to soften the "bunny lines" on the sides near the top of your nose.

If it's your first nonsurgical nose job, your doctor will probably recommend a hyaluronic acid filler since it can be dissolved with an injection of hyaluronidase if you don't like the results. Radiesse lasts longer, but it costs more, so your budget may also help determine which filler is used.

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