This is where liquid rhinoplasty comes in. It still smooths out bumps and contours the nose, but it’s temporary and has very little recovery time.
Liquid rhinoplasty is the nonsurgical option to traditional rhinoplasty.
It’s used to temporarily address issues like a dorsal hump (small bump), a drooping nasal tip, and asymmetry.
With this procedure, dermal filler is injected into a patient’s nose to improve the contours and reshape it. This is usually done with hyaluronic acid (HA), the same type of filler commonly used in cheek and lip fillers.
Over the years, HA has gained a reputation for being safe, effective, and a good alternative to surgery.
A 2016 studyTrusted Source even found that HA gel was able to fix nasal issues that traditional rhinoplasty couldn’t address. It was also shown to correct minor post-rhinoplasty issues.
After using a needle to small tiny hole Dr. Dan Francis inserts a blunt tipped microcannula to inject the nose. Typically only 1-2 puncture sites are required. The downtime is very minimal. Some selling and bruising may occur.