Nasal filling is a nose shaping method without surgery. The nose is in the middle of the face. So it is actually in the middle of the concept of beauty. An ideal nose generally seems as suitable for the proportion of the face, archless and upturned. Therefore, a large part of plastic surgeries still consists of nose operations. The risks involved in the surgery, and the time required for the edema. Also bruising that occur after the surgery to pass. These are the causes that makes this decision hard.
In this sense, nasal fillings have recently offered a very easy and effective option to patients in terms of aesthetics. With nasal fillings, an arched nasal ridge can be straightened with a small injection. Apart from this, it is possible to achieve an anatomically more shaped and pleasing nose in just half an hour, with nasal fillings that allow intervention to the sides and tip of the nose.
Nasal fillings also find application area for the purpose of improving the appearance after nose operations that an expert operated but could not give the desired thing aesthetically. Considering that not every nose surgery will meet the aesthetic expectations of the patient, it is clear that nasal fillings will become more popular over time with the changes they provide with tiny touches.
How is Nasal Filling Done?
It is for sure that an experienced specialist should do nasal filling in a clinical setting. For the success of the nasal filling application, the doctor and the patient should reach a mutual consensus and they should made the decision in accordance with the anatomy. The application is usually done with a needle and the area to be applied is anesthetized with an anesthetic cream. A filling material containing hyaluronic acid and having a medium soft consistency is preferred for nasal filling. Although it differs from person to person, the amount of filler to be used usually does not exceed one injector. Permanence is between 8-10 months on average.
What Should be Considered After Nasal Filling Application?
After the nasal filling, the doctor who performs the application places the filling appropriately. Afterwards, in order for the filling to maintain its shape, it is necessary not to touch the area where the nose filling exist too much. Pressure applied to this area on the same day may cause the filling to disperse and thus deteriorate its aesthetic appearance. On the same day, it is necessary not to expose the area to heat, that is, to avoid hot showers and saunas. Since the nasal filling will settle in the tissue within a few days, there will be no special care afterward. Since the nasal filling is an application to under the skin for an external aesthetic appearance, it does not affect breathing in any way.
Who Cannot Have Nose Filler
Although the substance used during nasal filling does not have any known side effects, filling application is not for pregnant and lactating mothers. Although it has no proven side effects, it should never be applied to children under 12 unless necessary. Filling also is not for those with coagulation problems, as bleeding may occur in the application area. It is not correct to apply it during the active period of diseases such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Behçet’s disease and SLE. Fillers should not be applied to those who are allergic or hypersensitive to the filling material.
Is Non-Surgery Nose Filler Permanent?
It is a method without making any changes in the bone or cartilage tissue. Therefore, there is no lifetime permanence of the process. Nose filling can be permanent for up to 18 months. The permanence of the nose filling procedure varies in direct proportion to some factors. These factors are:
Such as the genetic skin structure of the patient, the experience of the clinic and doctor where the application will take place, the type and quality of the filling material. These factors directly affect the permanence of the application. When the nose filling starts to lose its effect, it is possible to repeat the application.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can you add filler to nostrils?
Any area of your nose might have fillers injected to change its contour. If you want to: smooth down minor bumps on your nose, this method is effective. Make your nose’s tip more noticeable.
Are nose fillers risky?
Liquid rhinoplasty, according to doctors, isn’t worth the danger. The procedure known as “liquid rhinoplasty” is promoted as a rapid and comparatively painless alternative to surgery. However, experts warn that there are significant hazards, such as blindness or even death of the skin around the injection site.
How long do nose fillers last?
Depending on the product used, injectable fillers can last 12–18 months or longer around the nose. In most patients, the effects of Botox endure for 3–4 months, but even when employed, this is only a tiny part of any non–surgical nose job.