A non-surgical nose job is really a procedure done with fillers. Fillers are injectable solutions that have become quite popular because they are quick, lower cost, effective, and virtually pain-free. Filler treatments can be performed on many parts of the face, and are often used for plumping lips, reducing the appearance of fine lines or wrinkles, and adding contour to areas like the chin and jawline. Fillers are also an effective way to create the illusion of a nose job, without surgery. But this is only true in limited cases.
In some cases, non-surgical rhinoplasty can be an excellent alternative to surgery and these are:
Low bridge: If you have a low bridge, and you want to correct it, non-surgical rhinoplasty may be a good option for you. A low bridge can be raised by adding filler, building up the nose bridge. Using non-surgical rhinoplasty to create a higher nose bridge is an especially common request for people who tend to have lower nose bridges.
Nose bump: Although fillers can not be used to remove a bump on your nose, in some cases the dermatologist can fill around the bump and give the appearance of a straight, smooth nose. This will not make the nose smaller but can improve the profile and contour of the nose. This is most effective in someone with a small bump or hump in the nose. With a large bump, surgical rhinoplasty is often the most effective choice.
Dip in the nose bridge: If you have a dip or divot in the bridge of your nose, non-surgical rhinoplasty can correct this in many cases. Fillers work well for correcting dips because the goal is to add to the structure of the nose, instead of taking anything away.
In some cases, nonsurgical rhinoplasty is very effective at correcting irregularities or improving the symmetry of the nose. The skin specialist can fill in areas with precision, to create the illusion of asymmetric, regular, nasal structure.