With the economy being the way it is today, a lot of the products and services are made to be more affordable, and rhinoplasty is no exception. This does not mean that you are cutting back on quality nose jobs, but rather opt for services where the techniques are changed to minimize the cost and reduce pain. This is when injectable rhinoplasty comes into the picture.
There is perfectly good reason why rhinoplasty prices are steep and this is due to the expertise that is needed to create successful results. The nasal structures are very sensitive, and it takes a skilled hand and a good eye for detail to create symmetrical results. In order to make sure that this will be achieved, you have to trust a highly competent nose surgeon who is also board certified.
Some think that with the condition of their finances today, the prospect of getting rhinoplasty seems impossible. But hope is not lost even with these hard times because recession friendly rhinoplasty is now available. You can get the nose that you want without really having to break the bank.
Recession rhinoplasty is most appropriate today because this non-surgical technique to improve the nasal structure is friendlier on the pockets. This is considered to be the perfect alternative for those who are looking for ways to cut back on their expenses and yet still get the cosmetic enhancement that they want.
The procedure is done simply with the use of injections. Injection rhinoplasty was developed by Alexander Rivkin back in 2004 in order to eliminate the need for anesthesia and incisions, further preventing certain complications.
This idea started way back in 2004 by Alexander Rivkin, who introduced injection rhinoplasty. This approach makes use of dermal fillers like Radiesse, Restylane and Artefill, to be administered in the nose to improve its appearance. The area will be numbed first before the injections are introduced on specific locations and in very small amounts.
How long the results last will be determined by the type of filler that was used. Both Radiesse and Restylane are only able to create temporary results because in a matter of months to a year, the substance is eventually broken down by the body and then excreted. Meanwhile, Artefill creates a longer lasting result.
In effect, the nasal angle is improved along with smoothening bumps and depressions on the structure. It can also correct a deviated nasal bridge, improve the line and angle and create a more defined tip. This technique allows the doctor to create fine-tuned results that may be even hard to achieve with typical surgical rhinoplasty.
The good thing about injectable rhinoplasty is that you don’t have to worry about serious side effects that are often associated with its highly invasive counterpart, such as bleeding, scarring, and delayed wound healing. Downtime is also significantly reduced which allows you to return to your normal activities after the procedure.
Injectable rhinoplasty is also less expensive because it requires less time and less skill than surgical rhinoplasty.
Although this may sound so tempting, you first have to discuss this with your surgeon to ensure whether this is the right procedure for you. If you need extensive repair, this may not be appropriate for your case because the changes are not as striking as the one created with surgery.
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