Liquid Rhinoplasty, also known as a non-surgical nose job, is an advanced aesthetic procedure offered at SF Aesthetic Medspa. This innovative treatment involves the precise injection of dermal fillers to alter and shape the nose without the need for invasive surgery. Ideal for those seeking to correct minor imperfections such as bumps, asymmetry, or a drooping nasal tip, Liquid Rhinoplasty offers an effective and immediate solution. The procedure is quick, relatively painless, and requires no downtime, making it a convenient option for busy individuals. Our skilled practitioners use the latest techniques and high-quality fillers to ensure natural-looking results that harmonize with your facial features. Liquid Rhinoplasty is a versatile and reversible option, offering the flexibility to refine the outcome over time.
Instant Results: Visible improvement in nose shape immediately after the procedure.
Non-Invasive with No Downtime: Avoids the risks and recovery time associated with surgical rhinoplasty.
Minimal Discomfort: Most clients experience little to no pain during the procedure.
Customizable and Reversible: Allows for adjustments to achieve desired results, with the option to reverse the procedure if needed.
Enhances Facial Harmony: Improves nasal contours, enhancing overall facial balance and aesthetics.
Unlike traditional rhinoplasty, which is a surgical procedure, Liquid Rhinoplasty uses injectable fillers to reshape and contour the nose. It’s non-invasive with no incisions or prolonged recovery.
The results of Liquid Rhinoplasty typically last between 6 to 12 months, depending on the type of filler used and individual factors like metabolism.
There’s no significant recovery time needed. Most clients can return to their normal activities immediately after the procedure.
As with any cosmetic procedure, there are minimal risks, such as swelling, bruising, or asymmetry. However, these are generally temporary and can be minimized by choosing a skilled practitioner.
Liquid Rhinoplasty is best for correcting minor imperfections. It may not be suitable for more significant structural issues that require surgical intervention.