Non-Surgical Nose Job In London

An asymmetry in facial features can lower the self-esteem of many people. Since the nose is a central facial feature, it’s very common to feel unhappy with its size or shape.

Seeking perfection in this part has led to rhinoplasty being quite popular. Yet, its demand has been waning with the “nose filler”, also known as a non-surgical nose job, being on the rise.

Overview Of A Non-Surgical Nose Job

Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a minimally invasive treatment that can change the nose’s shape and contour. It uses dermal fillers to:

  • smoothen out lines and bumps in the nose,
  • increase its volume,
  • uplift the tip of the nose to make it more prominent,
  • straighten the bridge of the nose.

This nose reshaping treatment is also known as a 15-minute nose job because you can see the results immediately.

As an affordable procedure, a non-surgical nose job is preferred by many people to change the shape of their noses and create greater facial harmony.

What Is The Cost Of A Non-Surgical Nose Job In London?

Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a non-invasive procedure, which is why it isn’t as expensive as a traditional nose job.

Since this treatment aims to make minor changes to the shape of the nose, it doesn’t take that long. To avoid the hassle of travelling and save cost, many people prefer getting it in London.

They can find many cosmetic surgery clinics that offer this procedure at an affordable price.

By staying close to home, they also don’t have to worry about the additional expenses of flight tickets, hotel accommodation, private transfers, and meals.

Who Can Have A Nose Filler And Why?

Non-surgical nose jobs have become more and more popular.

Since it’s a 15-minute nose job and a safe, non-invasive alternative to rhinoplasty surgery, many patients choose this procedure to change the shape of their nose.

Plastic surgeons can fix the nose tip, bridge, or sides through this nose reshaping treatment.

Non-surgical rhinoplasty is most suitable for those who’re looking to enlarge the size of their nose, smooth out minor bumps, or make the nose tip crisper and raised.

Besides, if the patient is thinking of getting permanent rhinoplasty, a liquid nose job is usually a good way to find out how the nose will look after the surgery.

It’s important to stress that the purpose of non-surgical nose jobs is to take care of the aesthetics of the face.

If you have breathing problems or have to undergo major reconstruction of the structure of the nose, then surgical rhinoplasty is the one that can help you.

Am I Suitable For Non Surgical Nose Job?

What To Think About Before You Have a Liquid Nose Job?

The first thing you need to consider is what kind of results you can expect from a nose filler. Since it’s not a surgical rhinoplasty, this treatment has limitations and the result might not meet your expectations.

Keep in mind that this treatment is minimally invasive and will make only temporary and minor changes to your appearance. Therefore, if you’re looking to make permanent and drastic changes to your nose, non-surgical nose job treatments might not be suitable for you.

After you decide to have nose fillers for your concerned areas, you should search for a highly experienced cosmetic specialist who will perform your non-surgical nose job in London.

They should have a board license from a regulatory body and medical insurance. In addition, the clinic in which the procedure takes place should be registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

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How Best To Prepare For a Non-Surgical Nose Job?

The preparation process for nose fillers can vary depending on the patient because each patient’s needs are unique.

You can discuss the preparation in further detail with your doctor, but generally, vitamin K is helpful for bruises after aesthetic treatments. So, your practitioner may recommend consuming vitamin K-rich foods 2 or 3 days before the treatment.

A possible side effect of getting a non-surgical nose job is nausea. This is because some people end up overeating before their procedure or are nervous. In order to avoid that, limit your food intake a day before your treatment.

As a final point, although blood loss is not usually a complication of a non-surgical nose job, you should avoid blood thinners before the procedure to be on the safe side (consult your doctor about it first).

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What Is The Procedure For A Non-Surgical Nose Job?

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Non-surgical rhinoplasty is minimally invasive. In this, hyaluronic acid dermal filler is injected beneath the skin of the nose to change its shape.

In order to discuss the patient’s needs and expectations, the consultation appointment at the clinic is crucial.


You’ll have a face-to-face consultation with your practitioner so they can check your nose, and see which part(s) you want fixed. This will help ensure the success of the treatment.

Moreover, it’s important for you to have control over your treatment plan.

You should only proceed after you’ve clearly communicated your expectations in the clinic and trust the practitioner to deliver the results.

Treatment Day

On the day of the non-surgical nose job, you’ll be required to come to the clinic. You’ll lie down and be given a numbing cream for your nose so that you don’t feel any pain.

After it has taken effect, hyaluronic acid dermal fillers will be injected into the target areas of the nose.

For a straighter nose, the dermal filler is mostly injected below and above the bumps.

If a thinner and more refined look is desired, the specialist will inject the filler around the tip area.

The non-surgical rhinoplasty aesthetics do not take over 15 to 30 minutes. Therefore, you’ll be free to go in less than an hour.

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Recovery And Results Of Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

Nose fillers are quite safe, easily performed, and painless. They don’t have any downtime.

Besides, since neither general anaesthesia nor local anaesthesia is required for a non-surgical nose job, you can even get one during your lunch break. There’s no need to skip out on a workday.

Although the patient can see an immediate change, results will be fully visible within one or two weeks as the dermal filler settles into the skin and goes deeper as time passes.

Depending on the patient’s skin and the quality of filler used, how long the results last varies.

Regardless, the results are temporary and last for around 12 to 18 months.

Aftercare Of Non-Surgical Nose Job

The nose fillers aftercare process is fairly quick and easy. Still, you need to make sure that you’re recovering normally.

For redness, your aesthetician may recommend the use of ice packs.

You shouldn’t wear glasses in the post-treatment process for a little while. It can affect the final result of the treated area since dermal fillers first need to settle down beneath the skin.

A common concern for many people after nose filler treatments is bruising.

Research has shown that using vitamin K gel after getting an aesthetic procedure can reduce the risk of bruising.

This is why your practitioner might suggest that you include foods in your diet that are rich in vitamin K after getting the liquid nose job.

Side Effects to Expect After Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

Slight discomfort, itching, swelling, or bruising can occur in the post-treatment process.

Commonly, patients can also experience sensitivity and redness in the treated area.

All these side effects after nose fillers are temporary and they should go away in the day or two after the treatment.

What Could Go Wrong After A Liquid Nose Job?

The nose is a sensitive area and there are many blood vessels around it. If the dermal filler blocks a blood vessel, the possible complications can be:

  • necrosis (tissue death)
  • vision loss
  • vascular complications

Although the risk of developing a complication from a non-surgical rhinoplasty is quite low, sometimes people complain about the failure of their non-surgical rhinoplasty.

The problem arises because of unskilled practitioners. They might overfill the bumps or target areas in the nose, giving it a misshaped and unsightly look.

An unlicensed practitioner may be completely unaware of the anatomy of the nose and can end up causing nerve damage along with tissue death, among other complications.

Regardless of everything, you should always consult your doctor about the risks that are associated with this treatment.

What To Do If You Have Problems After A Non-Surgical Nose Job In London?

If anything goes wrong, make sure to get in touch with the Aftercare team online. It’s also possible to call or email them.

You can also have a face-to-face consultation with your practitioner in the London clinic.

Moreover, you can open a ticket in the online Support Portal and even learn more about aftercare from the guides there.

Alternative to Non-Surgical Nose Job

A nose job, also known as a rhinoplasty, can be a surgical alternative to nose fillers.

Rhinoplasty is an invasive, nose reshaping treatment that requires general anaesthesia.

Since this treatment is complex, only accredited plastic surgeons should perform it.

If the patient has serious aesthetic concerns that cannot be corrected through a non-surgical rhinoplasty treatment, the plastic surgeon may recommend a rhinoplasty instead.

Patients who’re looking for a more permanent solution can also consider undergoing rhinoplasty surgery.

Other Procedures to Have with Nose Fillers

A non-surgical nose job can be combined with other injectable fillers.

Dermal fillers such as lip fillers, tear trough fillers, or Botox can be done in the clinic at the same time.

If you’re thinking of having plastic surgery that requires general anaesthesia, you can also combine your nose filler treatment with plastic surgery.

Your surgeon can perform the non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure while you’re under anaesthesia so that you won’t feel any pain.


Is the clinic registered with a health care authority?

The clinic in which you’ll be given nose fillers is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Who will be in charge of the non-surgical nose job?

A UK-based GDC-registered doctor and licensed aesthetician will be in charge of your treatment.

Reviewed and Approved by Prof Fuat Yuksel

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