Many patients prefer to avoid surgical rhinoplasty. This preference can come about for a variety of reasons, including fear of risks or desire to avoid downtime. One solution for these patients is a minimally invasive Radiesse injection to reshape areas of the nose.
A Radiesse injection will give your nose structure and add volume in the targeted regions to create a more even appearance. The results of this helpful non-surgical treatment will last for around 12 to 18 months from the date of the procedure. Your individual metabolism can have an effect on the length of time the Radiesse stays in your system.
In some cases, surgery may not be necessary to correct various nasal issues. In these cases, non-surgical rhinoplasty can be employed. Many fillers are used during non-surgical rhinoplasty, and one of the most effective of these is Radiesse.
Radiesse is an injectable soft-tissue filler composed of calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres suspended in a gel solution. Like actual nasal tissue, this substance is firm and supportive. It adds volume to the targeted areas.
When using the open rhinoplasty technique, your plastic surgeon will create a tiny incision on the columella, which is the external skin that separates the nostrils. The nasal skin can then be lifted, offering a great deal of surgical access to the underlying architecture of the nose.
With the unimpeded view that comes with the open rhinoplasty technique, the plastic surgeon is more able to determine the exact nature of functional issues. They can also better appraise the internal factors that shape the nose’s external appearance.