Non Surgical Rhinoplasty
What exactly is this treatment?
Non-surgical Rhinoplasty involves the contouring, reshaping, sculpturing and re-modelling of the nasal framework without surgery, using absorbable and safe Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers.
How do I know if this treatment is safe & right for me?
At Appearance Based Medicine Ltd., Clare McLoughlin RGN INP will only carry out any non-surgical aesthetic procedure (including the administration of Dermal Fillers) following a detailed one-to-one consultation with a patient, enabling her to accurately assess whether a treatment is appropriate given a patient’s unique medical history, skin condition and expectations.
During your consultation, you will be given comprehensive information about the procedure, potential side effects, and any pre- and post-treatment advice. You will also be given the time to decide whether or not, given the information you have received, you would like to proceed with any recommended procedure.
Following any injectable treatment there can be minor redness, bruising or swelling at the injection site. These issues are generally minimal after the administration of Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers to the nose.
Please note: A key piece of aftercare advice for this treatment is that patients are advised not to wear glasses for 24 hours post treatment to ensure that the results are as effective as possible and to reduce the risk of potential side effects from occurring. As a result, if you need to wear glasses for driving, please ensure that you arrange alternative transport for the day of your treatment.
What happens during the treatment?
All Dermal Filler Injections are administered by Clare McLoughlin RGN INP, our skilled and experienced Aesthetic Nurse Prescriber. Injections are administered using a very fine, disposable needle, and the procedure usually takes around 45 minutes to complete.
The results from a Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty are instant and the results from this kind of treatment tend to last from 12-18 months.
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