Every face is unique, but some of us aren’t entirely happy with our appearances. When we meet with you, we carefully examine your face and help you make the best enhancements to get the final look you want. With that being said, if you’re unhappy with certain aspects of your nose, but don’t have time to recuperate right now, you might not need to jump to a full rhinoplasty to get the results you want. Keep reading to learn all about rhinoplasty and a great alternative: temporary fillers.
Though many people refer to the procedure colloquially as a “nose job,” the technical term is rhinoplasty. Through this common procedure, we’re able to repair damage to the nose that causes difficulty breathing and also make esthetic changes as you desire. Rhinoplasty involves the reshaping of the nose bone and/or cartilage, and requires a certain amount of downtime and specific care for a time after the surgery.
You’ve likely seen many before and after photos of rhinoplasty on celebrities and marveled at how one small change affects the look of the entire face. Whether it is a small change in the frontonasal angle, nasal dorsum, or even just the tip of the nose, we still marvel at how this one facial feature supports the beautiful look of each face.
Though fillers are a great alternative to rhinoplasty in some cases, they are not a great fit for those who have breathing problems. Fillers are a great choice to make esthetic changes but, to repair damage to the nose, rhinoplasty will likely be needed. Alternatively, if you are looking into rhinoplasty for functional reasons, but are considering making a few esthetic changes while you’re having the procedure, fillers may help you decide what to change before you have to “go under the knife.”
By starting with your specific background, needs, and facial construction, we’re able to give you amazing results that suit your desires. If you think rhinoplasty might be for you, but aren’t quite sure, give us a call at (508) 334-5990 for a consultation. We’ll talk with you about all the options, so don’t hesitate to ask!
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