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Is A Non-Surgical Nose Job Worth It?

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Nose job surgery, also known as rhinoplasty, is among one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures around the world. With new and advanced techniques, some patients may not need surgery to see the changes they want in their nose. A non-surgical nose job uses dermal fillers to address unwanted features of the nose. While not every patient is a candidate, those are may wonder “Is a non-surgical nose job worth it?” A non-surgical rhinoplasty often addresses unwanted humps and bumps on the bridge of the nose. However, it can also make slight alterations to the tip of the nose and overall shape. When injected, the filler fills in these areas or changes their projection. For patients who need only minor corrections, this may be the preferred route because it is less invasive.  Non-surgical rhinoplasty is not a permanent solution though, unlike a nose job surgery. This is important to consider when determining which may serve your needs best. With that said, non-surgical nose job results do tend to last longer than typical filler results and many enjoy the rest for several months or years. The procedure may serve as a test run for rhinoplasty surgery and let patients try out their results without committing. This can make the procedure worth it because it allows patients peace of mind for their surgery. Also, some patients do not want to undergo surgery, the non-surgical route may be worth it. Overall, the procedure is consistent and can provide fantastic, long lasting results. To schedule a consultation, call us at 425-775-3561. You can also contact us online through Price Simulator™, chat, or contact form.
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What Age Can You Get A Nose Job?

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A rhinoplasty, or nose job, is one of the most popular procedures among teenagers. While most plastic surgeries are off-limits to people under 18, there are some exceptions for procedures that have a medical basis or correct deformities. For some people under eighteen, a rhinoplasty may fix a deviated septum or address breathing problems. It also can correct cosmetic issues at the same time. Even in these cases, there are age requirements. What age can you get a nose job?   Generally, patients under 16 cannot get a nose job. This is because the nose does not fully form until between the ages of 16 and 18. Only in severe circumstances where the medical benefits of the surgery outweigh other risks will someone under 16 get nose surgery. This is generally in cases of facial deformity, extreme deviated septum, or severe sinus problems.    At 16, patients may begin inquiring about rhinoplasty. Parental consent is required if under 18. Additionally, some patients may not be good candidates if Dr. Jonov determines that their nose has not stopped growing yet. If this is the case, the patient may need to wait until they are 18. This is best decided during a consultation with Dr. Jonov at The Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery.    Once 18, patients have no restrictions in seeking rhinoplasty as the structures should be fully formed. To learn more and schedule a consultation, call us at 425-775-3561. You can also reach us online via chat, Price Simulator™, or contact form.
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Non-Surgical Nose Job Bellevue: How Long Does A Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Last?

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A non-surgical nose job is a procedure that can correct undesirable features of the nose using dermal filler injections. While not suitable for every patient wanting to make alterations to their nose, it is a wonderful option for patients that do not need or want a full rhinoplasty. The procedure can also serve as a trial run for more permanent rhinoplasty surgery. Before undergoing the injections, patients often ask: how long does a non-surgical rhinoplasty last?   The answer to this question will largely depend on the type of filler used and individual factors. As far as the type of filler used during a non-surgical nose job, this will depend on your needs and the specifics of the procedure. Dr. Jonov can discuss the filler options for your non-surgical nose job and which will provide the best results.   In general, most patients can expect their non-surgical rhinoplasty to last between six months and two years. Factors that can impact this include your metabolism, how much you exercise, and overall health. This impacts how quickly your body breaks down the filler.   Beyond this, to promote the longest lasting results from your non-surgical rhinoplasty maintaining a healthy lifestyle is the easiest way to keep your results as long as possible. To find out more about the benefits of a non-surgical nose job, call us at 425-775-3561. You can also reach us online through our Price Simulator™, contact form, and chat.
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Nose Job Bellevue: How Is Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Done?

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When considering a non-surgical rhinoplasty, patients often wonder: how is non-surgical rhinoplasty done? With major nose enhancements usually requiring surgery, it is understandable to question how the non-surgical method is done and if it can provide good results. Based on a patient’s individual goals and needs for their nose, a non-surgical rhinoplasty may offer a satisfactory result. Dr. Jonov performs non-surgical nose jobs on a regular basis. While the specific technique and locations can vary due to patient variations, in general, patients can expect a non-surgical rhinoplasty to be injections of dermal fillers into specific areas of the nose. Commonly, fillers are injected into the bridge of the nose to fill in unwanted humps or divots.  The entire procedure usually does not take more than a half hour to complete and does not require any sedation. Topical anesthetics are applied if requested. Dr. Jonov will inject the filler into the locations of your nose that will give you the result you want. Non-surgical rhinoplasties are a great way to try out possible and future surgical results.  The answer to the question: how is non-surgical rhinoplasty done?, is fairly straightforward. It is done with targeted injections of dermal fillers to enhance the nose. To schedule a consultation, call us at 425-775-3561 or contact us online.
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Rhinoplasty Bellevue Questions: Rhinoplasty Side Effects?

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A nose job is one of the most common facial plastic surgeries performed in the United States. It also is one of the most popular plastic surgeries among men. A rhinoplasty can alter the shape, size, and projection of the nose. The procedure can also address certain features such as humps, bumps, or the size of the nostrils. Prior to surgery, patients often ask about rhinoplasty side effects. What are they and how long do they last?   Rhinoplasty procedures are performed under general anesthesia which is associated with side effects like nausea, sore throat, vomiting, muscle aches, and many others. If a patient experiences side effects like these, they should subside in about a day. Longer term side effects or complications are possible, but extremely rare in good surgical candidates. It is important to discuss if you have experienced side effects or complications from general anesthesia in the past.    Like any surgical procedure, a Bellevue rhinoplasty comes with some side effects. Dr. Jonov will prescribe pain medications following surgery to keep you comfortable. Swelling, redness, and bruising can occur. Some patients may have black eyes depending on the extent of the procedure. Rhinoplasty side effects should subside in 7-10 days. While some residual swelling may remain, it should be virtually unnoticeable.   To schedule a consultation, call us at 425-775-3561 or contact us online.
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Nose Job Questions: Will A Rhinoplasty Fix A Deviated Septum?

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A nose job, or rhinoplasty plastic surgery, can correct many cosmetic concerns with the nose. For example, if a patient does not like the appearance of their dorsal bump, the wideness of their nose, or the overall shape of the nose, a surgical rhinoplasty can address these issues. A non-surgical rhinoplasty is also an option for certain concerns. However, will a rhinoplasty fix a deviated septum?   A nose job can also correct many medical and structural problems with the nose. While a full scale rhinoplasty is not always necessary to correct structural issues, these can be corrected during a routine nose job.    One of the most common structural deformities of the nose is a deviated septum. A deviated septum is when the wall separating your nasal passages is more to one side than the other. In some cases, this causes no symptoms or issues. For others though, this can cause major breathing issues and contribute to conditions like allergies and sleep apnea. So, will a rhinoplasty fix a deviated septum.    The answer is usually, yes! A septoplasty is the surgical procedure that corrects a deviated septum. Dr. Jonov can perform a septoplasty as part of a rhinoplasty procedure. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Jonov, call us at 425-775-3561 or chat with us online.
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The Importance Of Nasal Irrigation

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Nasal irrigation is a common practice for preventing and treating sinusitis, colds, and other related nasal problems. Regularly practicing nasal irrigation can help clear your sinuses and prevent infection, especially during allergy and cold seasons.  There are a variety of methods used to clean the sinuses and nasal passages. Saline sprays, neti pots, or more complex devices are all commonly used for irrigating the nose and sinuses. It is important to note that when using a neti pot or other at-home equipment you use it correctly and only with sterile water. Using tap water for nasal irrigation can increase the risk of infection. Though it may work, it is not worth the extra risk. When it comes to cosmetic surgery, we recommend nasal irrigation after rhinoplasty procedures to help clear nasal passages of blood and mucus. This helps prevent infection and keeps the areas clean. Again, the importance of using sterile water is imperative for safe and effective healing. To schedule a free consultation with Dr. Jonov at The Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery, call us at 425-775-3561 or contact us using the form below.
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