One of the best reasons to be a board-certified plastic surgeon is having the power to give someone joy and self-confidence. If you’ve struggled with your self-esteem or self-confidence because of the shape of your nose, you may have considered the idea of having plastic surgery to correct it. If you’re not ready for a total reconstruction of your nose but would like to enhance the shape and contours, a liquid rhinoplasty may be the right option for you. There are many benefits of having liquid rhinoplasty to consider.
What is Liquid Rhinoplasty?
Liquid rhinoplasty uses dermal fillers to modify the shape and structure of the nose. A simple topical anesthetic is all that is required for the procedure. Filler can be used to create your new look. The effects can be quite dramatic.
Liquid Rhinoplasty Results Last a Long Time
While this isn’t a permanent solution to your nose troubles, the results of a liquid rhinoplasty can last two years. The dermal fillers will simply dissolve on their own. After that, you can then you can get a simple touch up if you’re still not ready to get rhinoplasty.
What Can Liquid Rhinoplasty Do?
While there are not as many reconstructive tools available as there would be in a traditional rhinoplasty, a liquid rhinoplasty can:
- Camouflage the dorsal hump
- Rotate and project the nasal tip
- Fill secondary indentation from prior surgery
- Achieve more symmetry in the bridge and tip
The Biggest Benefit of Liquid Rhinoplasty
One of the biggest benefits of liquid rhinoplasty is that is non-surgical. Not only does this mean that there is less downtime after treatment but that you can resume most activities right afterward. The results of the liquid rhinoplasty can be seen right away – no waiting for swelling to go down or incisions to heal. This makes liquid rhinoplasty an excellent choice if you’re headed to a reunion, giving a big speech, or keynoting at a large virtual event.
To schedule a consultation for a liquid rhinoplasty, please call 203.907.0501 or text the office at 203-772-1444. Dr. Mao serves patients in Orange, CT and surrounding areas.