Before & After
Every Client Is Unique - We Adapt
We can administer a topical anaesthetic to minimize any discomfort. Most clients report little or no pain during treatment.
The duration of dermal filler is usually quoted as 6 – 12 months by the manufacturer. However, in our experience, the aesthetic benefit of a nose enhancement (e.g. masking a nose bump, lifting a nose tip, elevating a low bridge, straightening a bent nose, etc.) will be gone sooner even though filler remains. A typical pattern for nose enhancement clients is to have a nose enhancement 2 – 3 times in the first year, then 1 – 2 times/year thereafter. There are many factors that can shorten the duration of filler (e.g. fast metabolism, poor diet, smoking, lack of sleep, cardiovascular exercise, large muscle mass, etc.). We have no control over how long filler lasts once it is injected, and so can offer no warranty as to aesthetic duration. Once the body has got used to the filler, and we are working on an established foundation, then the aesthetic benefit starts to have a longer duration.
We advise clients to wait at least 18 months following any surgery to the nose before having non-surgical filler injections. The reason for the wait is that the nose cartilage takes a very long time to heal, and will continue to subtly change for a year and a half after surgery. We want to refine the healed nose so we can see what the end result looks like.
A nose tip that droops or dips when smiling, laughing or talking is a very common complaint. It is caused by a muscle connected to the tip of the nose called the depressor septi nasi being too strong. During a surgical rhinoplasty we routinely disable this muscle. During a non-surgical nose job, we can provide support to the nose tip to reduce the drooping on animation.
It is normal to have some bruising and swelling following any dermal filler injection which can last several days. How obvious it is, and how quickly you recover, varies from person to person depending on underlying health and the extent to which you have followed our precare and aftercare advice. If you diligently avoid blood thinners and take arnica tablets PRIOR to treatment, and apply arnica cream, take acrivastine & bromelain and use HOT compresses AFTER treatment, you will recover as quickly as your body will allow.
Appointment times vary, depending on the desired effect, including consultation it will be up to 45 mins.
Yes and no. The gel needs a few days to settle. In the first week after treatment, the hyaluronic acid may shift and look somewhat irregular. During the check-up – two weeks after the treatment – we can correct this if necessary. The hyaluronic acid is slowly broken down after 6 to 12 months.
Usually up to 1ml is enough, in rare cases that more is needed, we will warn you before the treatment and give you a quote.
Clients can cancel or reschedule appointments at any time with a minimum of 48 hours notice before the appointment time; otherwise, a fee will be charged. To cancel or reschedule, please email, or text/call us. Please respect the time that is reserved just for YOU.
Nose Filler Treatment
A non-surgical nose job (non-surgical rhinoplasty) treatment is an instant correction to improve the height of nose bridges, reduce the appearance of bumps, correct asymmetry following a surgical rhinoplasty and rebuild the nose following recreational drug use.
A dermal filler nose enhancement is an advanced treatment, and needs to be done by an experienced specialist to reduce the risk of asymmetry and to produce an aesthetically beautiful outcome. Here @ SIMONE, we have developed techniques that produce an instant, graceful, refined and elegant result with minimal discomfort and risks.
Our clients who have non-surgical rhinoplasty treatment are extremely satisfied, because the nose is the centre of the face and irregularities can be very evident. Correcting these irregularities can make a dramatic improvement in overall appearance.
Indications for Treatment
- Flat or low nose bridge: Some ethnicities (e.g. from north-east Asia and China) naturally have a lower nose bridge. This can easily be augmented with dermal filler.
- Crooked, hooked noses with dorsal humps: A crooked nose can be congenital (i.e. present from birth) or can occur through injury. Hooked noses or those with a hump can be smoothed out with a non-surgical rhinoplasty treatment.
- Ski slope: Noses with an aesthetically pleasing bridge and tip can be deficient in between, resulting in the ‘ski slope’ nose. This condition is improved via dermal filler to straighten the mid-section of the nose.
- Rhinoplasty revision: Quite often following a surgical rhinoplasty procedure the nose has minor bumps or asymmetries that can be easily improved with a non-surgical nose job.
- Recreational drug use: The consumption of recreational drugs through nasal passages can erode the septum and nostrils. These areas can sometimes be augmented via dermal filler.
Which fillers are used in a nonsurgical rhinoplasty? A number of different fillers can be used for a nonsurgical nose job, though again, none are FDA-approved for this use. Temporary fillers, like hyaluronic acid-based Juvéderm Voluma and Restylane Lyft, are the most popular fillers for this purpose.
In our new series, women who've tried cosmetic procedures and treatments for themselves share their candid accounts of exactly what happened. Here, Sofia Calzini details her non-surgical nose job experience, a 10-minute treatment that uses injectables to alter the shape of the nose with little downtime.