Sorcery. This treatment is sorcery!
We are taught from a young age that 1 + 1 = 2 and 2 + 2 = 4. You add, you get more. It’s pretty straight forward. Adding stuff makes things bigger.
It’s the same in the world of aesthetics. You add filler to lips…lips get bigger. You add filler to cheeks…cheeks get bigger. You add implants to boobs...boobs get bigger. Except when it comes to liquid rhinoplasty. How is it that you add filler to a large, bumpy nose and the nose gets smaller, neater and daintier?
It is physically impossible, yet that is what happens with liquid nosejobs. If you don’t believe me, check out this before and after shot from Dr T Jabber at Peace Dental Centre, and follow her on Instagram if you want to be frequently amazed!
So, what is liquid rhinoplasty?
Liquid rhinoplasty is a non-surgical nose job, also called a liquid nose job. During this treatment, hyaluronic acid-based fillers are cleverly and strategically injected into different parts of the nose to even out humps, bumps and asymmetries, and sort out droopy tips!
All this within your lunch break, with no downtime, limited swelling, minimal discomfort and without a hammer being wielded near your face.
Sounds too good to be true, right?
But in the correct, medically-trained, experienced and talented hands, liquid rhinoplasty delivers some of the most incredible transformations, both in terms of physical appearance and the confidence boost of those who have had it. So, if you have a nose that has a hump, is wonky or just makes you feel self conscious, this may be the treatment for you.
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Choosing the correct practitioner is EVERYTHING! Not only will they be able to do an incredible job, but you will be in safe hands, because, when things go wrong with fillers, they can go REALLY wrong. It’s not like, a slightly overly Botoxed wayward eyebrow that you have to tolerate for a few weeks. We are talking SERIOUS complications.
Not to put a dampener on things, but as easy as liquid rhinoplasty sounds, the nose is surrounded by numerous arteries, veins and nerves. And this can be problematic if you don’t know what you’re doing. You want someone who has thorough knowledge of facial anatomy. Someone who knows which areas to avoid. Someone who knows to ask you about any previous dental and/or facial surgery, as they understand that history treatments may have altered the typical anatomy of a face.
Not only that, but you want someone who can identify when things are not as they should be AND can deal with them. Quickly. Correctly. Safely.
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