Non Surgical Nose Job
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Nose Reshaping in Liverpool

The non surgical nose job (or rhinoplasty) is one of the most sought-after procedures here at Smileworks.  Patients visit our Liverpool practice from all over the UK to see our master aesthetician, Dr Rowland-Warmann in search of the perfect nose.  

 

5 star rating
10 July 2018
 

I don’t know what to say MJ you are a miracle worker. My non surgical nose job (Sounds drastic but wasn’t) is amazing. I have always hated my nose. But there are some parts of it that are ‘me’. I left MJ to it after researching thoroughly I knew she was THE lady for the job. I love It!

Thank you so so much. xxxx

– Sarah Peerless

 

 

Our patients say this procedure has literally changed their lives bringing them happiness, confidence and success. So if you’re looking for a non surgical nose job in Liverpool then you’ve come to the right place.  

 

Non-surgical nose jobs are carried out with dermal fillers.  If you’re looking instead for treatment for volume loss or anti-ageing filler treatments then see our main dermal fillers page.  

 

 

 

 

 

Here is a perfect example of Dr Rowand-Warmann’s expertise and technique creating a perfect result for this patient who previously had broken his nose and was unhappy with the shape. Dr Rowland-Warmann is a master of this treatment having undertaken the MSc Aesthetic Medicine (with distinction) fro the Queen Mary University of London, in 2016. 

 

She has been asked to write for Aesthetics Magazine on this complex procedure and has also advised the Daily mail.  The nose is the focal point of the face and women in particular rank it as one of their most disliked features.  Women will typically complain of lumps, bumps, asymmetry or the crooked appearance of their nose whereas men typically dislike its size and shape. 

 

Many do not know that simple fillers can correct a multitude of aesthetic issues making this one of our most popular treatments.  Click on the video to see MJ in action or scroll down for more before and afters of both men and women.  

 

 

 

Not loving your nose can have a detrimental effect on your confidence and here at Smileworks we love treating the nose because patients say treatment literally changes their lives for the better and brings them confidence they’ve never had before.  Until recently there was no alternative to surgical rhinoplasty which is an invasive and risky procedure that involves breaking the nose with a surgical implement similar to a chisel.    

 

The non surgical nose job uses Hyaluronic Acid fillers injected safely into the nose to reshape, contour, rebalance and correct it’s aesthetic appearance.  Nose fillers are a revelation in medical aesthetics because it’s a fast, non-invasive, considerably safer and much, much cheaper alternative to surgery.  In recent years the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic surgeons has reported a significant decline in the number of surgical nose jobs and this is likely down to the rise of injectable nose reshaping that can achieve truly breathtaking results.  

 

4.9
Based on 561 reviews
Ahmed, Georgie and Lacy were great, I’m so happy with my new smile! Always had an opportunity to ask any questions and the level of care was outstanding. All the staff in the practice are so friendly and helpful, would recommend to anyone!
Annie D.
I went to see Hannah for microblading treatment. Hannah made me feel very comfortable and at ease. She explained the procedure clearly and told me what she was doing throughout the treatment. Hannah clearky loves her work abd it shows.I love my eyebrows. Thanks so much Hannah! Xxx
Sally B.
Always an amazing service here! Super fast, super polite and always a pleasure to visit! I almost look forward to a filling!!!
Rory L.

 

The nose is a high risk injection site and many complications and risks are present. To learn more about treating complications or how you can get help if you’ve had a bad outcome, follow the link here and learn what to do with nose fillers gone wrong.  

How Does Nose Reshaping work?

Nose enhancements here at Smileworks are performed by injecting a small amount of dermal filler into the nose to create straightness and augment the shape, size and symmetry of the nose.  The process is more art than science and creating the beautiful results you’ll see in our before and after pictures comes from many years studying the face and how your features interact with one another aesthetically.

 

Dr MJ Rowland-Warmann is a master of dermal fillers and can use one or a combination of products over time to produce the perfect results that so frequently delight her patients.  Nose injections are one of the most fertile sources of 5 star reviews here at Smileworks and our patient return every few years to get re treated.  Your filler injections will last between 12 months and up to three years depending on your body, how it responds to the fillers and which fillers you choose.  

Nose Fillers at Smileworks

Here at Smileworks we use either Juvederm Voluma or Ellanse M fillers. 

 

Juvederm Voluma is a hyaluronic acid filler that lasts 15-18 months in the nose.  Dr Rowland-Warmann loves voluma because it contains anaesthetic that makes the procedure more comfortable for the patient. 

 

Voluma also possesses excellent flow properties that make it a dream to use from a professional standpoint.    

 

Ellanse M is a newer product on the market and is made of Polycaprolactone.  This filler takes longer to be absorbed by the body and sticks around in the tissues for between 18 months and 3 years.  Some patients prefer this option because it lasts longer. 

 

Both fillers cost £475 but Juvederm is reversible so the risk profile of the two products is different.  You can read about risks in the next section, ‘are nose injections safe’.  

Are the Injections Safe?

Compared with surgical rhinoplasty, the non surgical option has a significantly reduced risk.  There is no general anaesthetic, no use of scalpels and the fillers are placed with a cannula. 

 

Surgical nose augmentation is an extremely invasive procedure and videos are available on youtube of the seemingly violent way these procedures are carried out.  The instruments look like a hammer and chisel and the nose is broken, smashed and shaved to create the aesthetic look patients desire.  Obviously you are under general anaesthetic so will not feel a thing.  

 

However, general anaesthetic is dangerous in itself with people dying each year from complications of routine cosmetic surgery.  Follow the link here for a more in depth (and very interesting) discussion of the relative risks of plastic surgery compared with normal surgery and other activities people undertake every day.  

 

That said, relative to other medical aesthetic procedures, the non surgical rhinoplasty should be considered high risk.  This means that it carries higher risks than lip augmentation, many types of filler and Botox® treatment.  

 

Juvederm is technically safer in the nose as the filler can be reversed in the rare event of problems occurring.  Some patients prefer this to the longer lasting Ellanse which is not considered reversible.  Incidentally, we have never encountered any serious complications with either filler but must inform you of the facts. 

 

Dr Rowland-Warmann is the proud holder of a Masters in Aesthetic Medicine frm BPP and has written an in depth assessment of filler complications that outlines some of the particular risks and how to manage them.    

 

Both Ellanse and Juvederm are placed with a blunt cannula.  This is a blunt needle that is used by making a tiny hole in the skin with a normal needle and threading the cannula through the tissues.  Rather than cutting through vessels and tissue, the blunt cannula painlessly bumps around your internal structures causing little or no damage. 

 

It sounds painful but it’s far less painful than a needle.  Our First Officer will tell you all about this because he’s had the procedure himself and was amazed at how painless it was. Cannula use is an advanced and specialised facial aesthetic skill and here at Smileworks we believe that non surgical nose reshaping should always be conducted with a cannula to make the procedure as safe as possible.  This also impacts the healing time and swelling following the procedure making it more comfortable for the patient.  

Am I a candidate for treatment?

Patients must be carefully selected for this treatment in order to get the best results.  Adding dermal fillers to the nose and reshaping can only add volume and not take it away.  So if you want a smaller nose then the procedure must be carefully considered.  The only way to know is to come in for an appointment.  

 

Patients are usually surprised that their problems can be fixed and the aesthetic relationship of the features can be augmented effectively to give the illusion of a smaller, straighter nose by actually adding filler in adjacent areas of the face.   You are likely a good candidate for treatment if you are looking to reshape, contour, rebalance or resize your nose in harmony and symmetry with your facial features.  Patients are typically unhappy with:

 

 

We usually cannot help you if you are looking to reduce the overall size of the nose – something that requires surgical shaving.  We also cannot help usually with a bulbous nose tip as this usually needs surgical intervention.

 

Here at Smileworks we have a number of highly qualified facial plastic surgeons who work locally and accept our referrals for consultations for surgical rhinoplasty.  So you have nothing to lose from making your appointment and potentially will leave either with a beautiful new nose or a referral to someone who can help you surgically if you wish to take that route.  

 

This patient presented to Dr. MJ Rowland-Warmann BSc BDS MSc Aes.Med. PGDip Endod. MJDF RCS (Eng) GDC:178642

 

This patient disliked the bump at the top of her nose that could be seen from the side. She was treated with Voluma. The results will last between 12 and 15 months.

The procedure cost was £375

The procedure time was 30 minutes

***Caution: this is a high risk procedure and should only be carried out by a highly trained and experienced practitioner. The procedure, when carried out by amateurs carries risks of necrosis and in very rare cases, blindness.

 

 

This patient was not happy with his frontal view as there was an asymmetry. He was treated with Juvederm Voluma.  The procedure cost was £375.

 

 

 

 

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Nose reshaping 2 before and after shot  

     

 

 

 

 

 

Asian Nose reshaping Before and afters

     

 

 

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Your Nose Job in Liverpool

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Nose Fillers UK Prices

Non Surgical Nose job prices for 2019

 
 

  • Non Surgical Nose Job Liverpool (Juvederm Voluma) | £450
  • Non Surgical Nose Job Liverpool (Ellanse M) | £450

 
Looking for cheaper treatment? Why not join our facial aesthetics membership for offer prices on all aesthetic procedures and pay-as-you-go financing options.
 
For a nose augmentation you might choose to pay using finance, contact us to discuss on 0151 236 5166

Your Procedure & Aftercare

Firstly, you will make an appointment for a consultation to see Dr Rowland-Warmann, our master aesthetician.  A topical aesthetic is applied to the treated area following your consultation and you will fill out all the forms as we prepare the surgery and materials.    

 

The procedure is then started by making tiny holes in either the bridge or base of the nose with a needle.  You will not even feel this because of the anaesthetic. Depending on how you feel we mad add more anaesthetic to completely numb the entire area. 

 

Then the filler is added by squeezing it carefully through the cannula into the tissues.  The procedure is started and because you are awake you can watch and see how your nose is affected by treatment.  The procedure takes about 20 minutes and then you simply put some ice on the affected area to reduce swelling.    

 

The results are visible immediately and this is your time to really see the result and make sure you are 100% happy.  If you are not, more filler can be added or different approaches can be taken.  Here at Smileworks we have never had a patient who was not overjoyed at this stage in the process!  

 

You will want to go home and can drive yourself or travel alone because the anaesthetic does not affect you other than to numb your face. It’s a good idea to use ice packs to reduce any swelling and you will be booked in for a two week review appointment where we can take more photos of you and marvel at the wonderful results.  

Nose Filler FAQ

 

  • What are the risks?
  • The risks are swelling, bruising and in some very rare cases blindness. The nose contains vessels that drain into the eye and if filler gets into them this can cause blindness. There have (thankfully) been no cases of blindness in the UK but your aesthetician is aware of all the dangers and will manage them accordingly and inform you of the risks. Dr Rowland-Warmann has written an acclaimed article on the risks of dermal fillers that you can read here: Management of Risk in Dermal Filler and Toxin Treatment.
  • How much does the treatment cost?
  • All our non surgical rhinoplasty procedures cost £475. The price is based on the filler used and also the expertise and precision that is required for this type of procedure.
  • Will I have to wear surgical tape or a splint?
  • No, there will be minimal bruising and swelling due to the use of a blunt cannula and you will be able to cover up any small bruises with makeup.
  • Can I wear glasses afterwards?
  • It’s not recommended to wear your glasses for a few days as they will irritate the treated area. After a the healing process has completed in a week or so you can wear your glasses again.
  • Can I drive home from the procedure?
  • Yes you can drive home. The local anesthetic will not affect your ability to drive.
  • How long does my nose augmentation last?
  • Depending on the type of nose fillers used, your treatment can last between 12 months and 3 years. Patients have reported it lasting for even longer with some products.
  • Is my breathing affected?
  • No – unlike a surgical rhinoplasty, your airway is not affected at all and there is no risk to the way you speak or breathe as with a surgical procedure.
  • Will there be swelling, bruising or downtime?
  • There may be some swelling and bruising depending on how you respond to the filler and to treatment. However, this is dramatically reduced compared with a surgical nose job.
  • Can I exercise afterwards?
  • It’s not advisable to engage in strenuous physical activity for a few days after your treatment.