Non-surgical rhinoplasty methods
Rhinoplasty with injectable fillers: Rhinoplasty without surgery, also known as injection rhinoplasty, is a relatively uncommon procedure. This operation can be performed by dermatologists, plastic surgeons, medical assistants, or general plastic surgeons in Turkey. To fix the defects in the nose, several injectable medications are employed instead of cuts. The most popular fillers are Juvederm and Restylane. This approach has the disadvantage of being temporary. The skin absorbs the ingredients injected into it over time, and the alterations that were achieved fade away, necessitating new procedure. Surgical nose reconstruction necessitates a number of procedures.
Nasal Filling: Nasal filling is also known as non-surgical rhinoplasty, and it refers to alterations in the form of the nose that are achieved without the use of surgery. The nose filing procedure is done to lower the height of the nasal ridge in people with aquiline noses. The net is used during rhinoplasty procedures to decrease the back height of the nose to the appropriate level. The excess part of the nasal hump can be eliminated by rasping or excision depending on the surgeon’s view, but filling the nasal hump and getting it to the correct level is a more regulated process.
Hyaluronic acid, on the other hand, is a type of acid that adds volume to the skin, and materials containing this acid are injected into the nose area using proper techniques. The nasal cavities, indentations, contour inadequacies, and asymmetries are briefly corrected with this technique, thus there is no long-term effect. This procedure should be performed at regular intervals.
Nose Tip Botox: Botox for the tip of the nose is administered through the muscle from the point where the nose meets the lip. As the muscle relaxes due to the botox impact, an increase is provided at the tip of the nose.
Using Thread to Lift the Nose Tip: In these operations, a suture method is used. Furthermore, unlike other applications, this process does not provide long-term permanency.
Nose restoration rhinoplasty: When a tumor is removed or a section of the nose is lost due to trauma, the nose can be severely deformed. The plastic surgery required to rebuild the absent or damaged tissues is known as nose restoration, and it is frequently substituted with alternative tissues. External skin tissue, including skin and sub-skin sensitive tissue, bone-cartilage frame, and internal mucosal lining are the three layers of the nose that have been restored.
Is it possible to use a laser to treat the nose?
The use of a laser can cause damage to the nose’s inner workings. Because lasers cut and evaporate tissues, they can also kill cells as they heat up. On the other hand, laser is used with caution in the treatment of some nasal disorders, such as rhinophyma, which causes abnormal growth of the nasal sebaceous glands. Because rhinophyma is treated outside the nose, laser can be used to achieve non-surgical nasal constriction. In open rhinoplasty, some surgeons use a laser instead of a surgical blade to create small cuts under the nose. Nasal hypersensitivities are caused by the nasal septum’s larger ligaments.
Elderly rhinoplasty: The indicators of aging in the nose are similar to those that occur in other regions of the human face. Nasal droop, lumps in the flattened or indistinct nasal tip or bridge are all treated with these procedures. The goal of this form of rhinoplasty is to address these age-related alterations. Rhinoplasty is commonly performed on the elderly in conjunction with other facial and eyelid operations.