Nose Reshaping with Dermal Fillers

Have you been considering nose surgery, but have been put off by the cost, the downtime or the thought of going under the knife? Thankfully, due to non-surgical advancements, a non-surgical nasal reshaping is now possible using dermal fillers. This treatment is ideal for changing the appearance of broken or misshapen noses and can provide life-changing results by changing the appearance of nasal contours, smoothing out a bump in the nose or can even make your nose appear smaller with rebalancing of the face, using the right techniques.

If you would like to find out more about this treatment and to determine if you are suitable, please arrange an initial consultation at the practice on 0207 467 3004.

Dermal fillers use a naturally occurring sugar called Hyaluronic acid, which is transformed into a gel and then injected into the desired area to enhance or replace volume in the skin. Dermal fillers can help to smooth, reshape or restructure the look of your nose, with no need to ‘open up’ the skin. Hyaluronic dermal fillers are semi-permanent with results lasting up to a year to give you a new look or a trial for consideration of a permanent result.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dermal fillers provide instant results with little to no downtime and are a simple, safe and effective treatment option when performed by a highly trained physician. Dermal fillers don’t require the use of anaesthesia, but a topical anaesthetic cream can be applied if required.

The procedure takes approximately 30 minutes.

As there is little to no downtime with this treatment, you can return to your daily routine almost immediately. The results are seen immediately and can last up to 18 months. All treatments are tailored to the individual patient, so experiences and results can vary.

This treatment is performed by Professor Dunaway or Justine O’Hara, who are both highly skilled plastic surgeons.

“Thankfully, due to non-surgical advancements, a non-surgical nasal reshaping is now possible using dermal fillers”