During a rhinoplasty the bone and cartilage underneath the skin is modified. In most cases a surgeon will make an incision inside the nostrils or in the septum which is located between the nostrils. The bone or cartilage will be either clipped or bumped up. When a change in the nose is intended to be subtle, a surgeon may collect cartilage from deep inside the nose or possibly from the ear. When the nose is to be altered dramatically, implants or bone grafting may be utilized.
Through the use of injectable filler, the nose can be injected to straighten a nasal profile, lift a droopy tip, create a nose bridge, or smooth out a visible bump. For patients who seek to correct mild imperfections in the aesthetic appearance of their nose, non-surgical rhinoplasty is rapidly becoming a popular alternative to surgery. The Non-surgical Nose job cannot make a larger nose appear smaller or improve breathing, so it may not be for everyone. Some patients will need to consider a primary rhinoplasty as a treatment option for their desired changes. The non-surgical nose job can, however, correct imperfections on the nose, making it more balanced and symmetric with the rest of the face. This restores facial harmony and can result in a very pleasing, natural appearance.
Karen Hellesvig-Gaskell is a broadcast journalist who began writing professionally in 1980. Her writing focuses on parenting and health, and has appeared in “Spirituality & Health Magazine" and “Essential Wellness.” Hellesvig-Gaskell has worked with autistic children at the Fraser School in Minneapolis and as a child care assistant for toddlers and preschoolers at the International School of Minnesota, Eden Prairie.