Dermal nose fillers are injections that restore the appearance of a drooping nose. These treatments last around 12 months, and can be repeated if necessary. The procedure is painless, and patients can return to normal activities the next day. There are a number of side effects from dermal fillers, but most resolve with time. In rare cases, the filler may cause allergic reactions or block a blood vessel.
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While dermal nose fillers are not appropriate for everyone, they are suitable for patients who want a nose that is more straight and flat. The procedure can also be used to correct slight asymmetry or for patients with bumpy bridges. It can also help people whose noses have been misshapen since birth.
Dermal nose fillers are a safe, non-surgical alternative to surgical rhinoplasty. The procedure requires little recovery time and only requires fifteen to thirty minutes. The procedure is painless and does not leave any scars. It also causes only a mild amount of discomfort. However, patients should remember that this procedure cannot improve severe breathing problems.
Aside from restoring the original shape of the nose, dermal fillers can also correct minor to moderate drooping of the nasal tip. There are a number of different types of dermal fillers, each with different benefits and risks. Juvederm and Restylane are the most popular and effective.
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