Non-surgical Rhinoplasty

The prominent position of the nose means that it can have a significant impact on the overall aesthetics and harmony of the whole face.   Non-surgical rhinoplasty involves expertly injecting filler into specific areas of the nose, subtly re-contouring its shape and smoothing out lumps and bumps. Whilst it may seem counter-intuitive, through the expert injection of filler we are actually able to make noses appear smaller and more harmonised with the rest of the patients face.

Non-surgical rhinoplasty is an advanced procedure which provides an alternative to surgery that can achieve immediate and impressive results in suitable candidates.

The nose is often treated in combination with filler augmentation of the chin in those patients requiring balancing and harmonisation of their profile. Whilst there are some limitations of non-surgical rhinoplasty, in particularly in treating significantly asymmetrical or deviated noses these will be discussed during your assessment.


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We can expertly inject hyaluronic acid filler into specific areas of your nose according to what our patient would like to achieve. The small deposits of filler will then be gently massaged and shaped to achieve the desired final result.

Due to the immediacy and impressive results that non-surgical rhinoplasty provides, it has become a very popular alternative to surgery. However it remains one of the most advanced injectable procedures and therefore patients should be very mindful to only undergo treatment with very experienced medical practitioners.

Generally patients undergoing non-surgical rhinoplasty experience a mild bit of discomfort but we will apply numbing cream prior to treatment to help minimise any pain.

The benefits of non-surgical rhinoplasty usually last between 6 to 12 months depending upon the volume/product used and the patients physiology and anatomy.