Should You Get a Liquid Rhinoplasty?
When it comes to the world of aesthetic enhancement procedures, its important to understand that procedures should be broken down into two distinct categories – surgical and nonsurgical. This is quite important to understand as there is a major difference between these two groups and you must mitigate your expectations based on what type of procedure you might have done. The fact is that when we get surgical procedures done, while there are far more side effects, and generally more risk associated, we should expect far more dramatic results than if we were to have certain nonsurgical procedures done. Its vital that we realize this difference. However, in recent years, as technology and techniques have advanced quite a bit and we have seen amazing innovations in the aesthetic enhancement industry, we have begun to see noninvasive procedures provide us with far better results than in years past, and many surgical procedures have not only become better, but we have learned to mitigate the side effects and associated risks – to a certain extent of course. And with noninvasive procedures providing better results than ever before, we have seen noninvasive variations of common surgical procedures gain quite a bit of popularity, such as the liquid rhinoplasty or liquid nose job as many people refer to it as. This amazing procedure is one of the best examples as we have seen some amazing before and after results from patients, and they haven’t had to go under the knife to get them! However, as is the case with any type of new procedure, there are a number of different factors you need to consider when deciding if this procedure is right for you and if you are a good candidate to have it done. In this article, we will explore this question and help patients to understand what is right for them.
The Liquid Nose Job Versus the Surgical Nose Job
The rhinoplasty is by far one of the most popular facial plastic surgery procedures around today, and while its been around for a few decades-plus, it isn’t the same procedure that first came about years ago. Even just the surgical variation has advanced so much, and been able to provide men and women with their ideal nose, and helped many people who suffer from a wide variety of nasal passageway issues – both aesthetic as well as functional issues. however, while the surgical option is certainly safer than it was, it cannot hold a candle to the liquid nose job, which is a nonsurgical rhinoplasty. The nonsurgical rhinoplasty, or liquid rhinoplasty is generally used to temporarily address certain cosmetic issues and imperfections an individual is suffering from along their nose. Some common areas that the liquid nose job can correct include the dorsal hump, or presence of a bump on the bridge of the nose, drooping nasal tip, and poor nasal symmetry – meaning that the nostrils aren’t the same on either side. Using the nonsurgical rhinoplasty procedure, a surgeon will inject an injectable dermal filler into the patient’s nose in an effort to improve the appearance of the contours and help to reshape the overall appearance of the nose itself. In most cases, it is best to use a hyaluronic acid based injectable dermal filler, like Juvéderm or Restylane, that is commonly used to help alleviate wrinkles along the cheeks and forehead, or used as a lip filler. The fact is that the use of a hyaluronic acid based injectable dermal filler has garnered quite a bit more fanfare than other fillers, as they use a naturally occurring substance and offer amazing results for alleviating unwanted facial volume loss, as well as providing an alternative to surgery – the reason why its used for the liquid rhinoplasty. Interestingly enough, a hyaluronic acid based injectable dermal filler is a common option for patients to correct minor issues following a surgical rhinoplasty.
Are You a Good or Bad Candidate for the Liquid Rhinoplasty?
When considering undergoing a liquid nose job, or any other cosmetic procedure, its important to understand if you are a good candidate or not. Generally, the ideal candidate for a liquid nose job is someone who suffers from a small nasal bump, or slight droopy nasal tip – similar to the conventional facial plastic surgery option, with less functional help. In addition, those who suffer from poor nasal symmetry are also good candidates and should consider having the procedure done. The ideal candidate is also someone who is in good overall health and can recover well from injectables. In addition, you have to be someone who is realistic about what you can achieve, and aren’t expecting the world from such a procedure. The worst candidates are those who are expecting the liquid rhinoplasty to completely change their overall appearance and turn them into some kind of a super model. Or someone with a severely crooked or poor nasal appearance, and someone who is suffering from severe nasal breathing issues – as the liquid nose job isn’t a great option for treating functional breathing issues like the surgical option is. its also important not to wear glasses for a few weeks after, so if you have vision issues, you’ve almost got to have contact lenses. For more information on this and other procedures, be sure to contact Alluring Image today.