Nose filler - FAQs
How long does nose filler swelling last?
Swelling is the main side effect of a non-surgical nose job, so there is no need to worry if you experience it. Swelling should not last too long after the procedure; it should go down within a few hours or the next day. All side effects should disappear within two weeks. If swelling becomes excessive or lasts longer than two weeks, contact us.
How much filler is needed for nose?
We provide dermal filler in various measurements depending on your requirements. The amount will range for dermal filler in the nose depending on how much of a transformation you wish to have. The amount of nose filler used usually ranges between 0.5ml to 2ml of filler.
Can I get nose fillers after rhinoplasty?
It is entirely safe to have nose fillers after a rhinoplasty. People may choose to do this if they are not completely satisfied with their surgical rhinoplasty. It prevents having to spend large amounts of money on another surgery. Nose fillers cannot be applied straight after surgery; it is usually recommended to wait at least 14 months before having any filler after surgery. Nose fillers are a great way to keep your nose exactly how you like it.
Can you make your nose smaller with fillers?
Nose fillers allow the size of the nose to be balanced out, meaning that it can appear smaller. The filler has the ability to smooth out any bumps, which can also allow the nose to appear smaller than it is. Fillers create the illusion that the size and shape of the nose has completely changed.
Do fillers make your nose bigger?
Nose fillers do not make your nose bigger if that is not what you want. We understand why people may think that, but it can, in fact, do the opposite. Fillers can be used to make the nose look smaller, can smooth out bumps and can reshape the nose. Dermal filler has the ability to transform your nose so that it can suit your other facial features without surgery.