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How much does a non surgical nose job cost?

November 11, 2013
If you are unhappy with the appearance of your nose, you may be thinking about your options. Should you undergo a traditional rhinoplasty? Or perhaps a non-surgical nose job? It is well known that a non-surgical nose job has a much lower price tag than traditional rhinoplasty. Since the results of a non-surgical nose job aren’t permanent, you may be concerned about the long-term cost of this approach. When considering the price, however, there are other “costs” that you may not be considering.

The Cost of Recovery

After a traditional nose job, you will need to devote some time to your recovery. For most people, this means missing an entire week of work. While some patients are lucky enough to work for companies with generous sick leave policies, others must use vacation time or go unpaid during their recovery period. Can you afford the cost of the recovery period associated with a traditional nose job?

After the initial recovery, it will be several weeks until you can resume all normal activities, including exercise and certain hobbies. Are you willing to refrain from your exercise routine for several weeks? How easy will it be for you to get back into a routine after being away? These are questions that you must consider before undergoing a traditional rhinoplasty.

Mental and Emotional Cost

The mental and emotional cost of rhinoplasty is also high. While many rhinoplasty patients have a supportive network of family and friends, others may feel very concerned about what others think of their decision to get a nose job. While the decision is highly personal and rhinoplasty should only be performed to please yourself, it is natural to have these concerns. Before the surgery, there can be high levels of anxiety and fear. After the surgery, some patients feel depressed while their body recovers and they refrain from taking part in their normal activities.

The Cost of Revisions

Traditional rhinoplasty has one of the highest revision rates of all cosmetic surgeries. Nose jobs are incredibly challenging procedures due to the delicate structure of the nose and subjective views on facial aesthetics. Even when performed by an extremely skilled and experienced plastic surgeon, the patient may not be satisfied with the outcome. Imagine undergoing revision rhinoplasty because you are unhappy with the result – can you afford to undergo a second, or even a third, rhinoplasty?

The Cost of Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

Now consider the alternative. With non-surgical rhinoplasty, you will be able to resume normal activities immediately. There may be some swelling, redness, or even bruising, but these are minor side effects that can be concealed with makeup and will disappear within a few days. You will be back at work and able to resume your exercise routines the same day, if you wish.

If you are unhappy with the results of your non-surgical rhinoplasty, they can be easily corrected. Not sure the shape is right for you? That’s ok – adjustments can be made. A non-surgical rhinoplasty is a great option for someone who wants to test the waters. Perhaps you’ll decide that, in fact, you like the shape of your nose. With non-surgical rhinoplasty, you aren’t stuck with your decision. Depending on the filler used, the results will last between 8 and 10 months. But, if you like the results, the shape of your nose can be easily maintained.

Overall, we believe the costs associated with non-surgical rhinoplasty – financially, emotionally, and physically – are a mere fraction of the cost of a traditional nose job. Like traditional rhinoplasty, the cost of the procedure is unique for each patient. It varies based upon the revisions requested, the type of filler that is used, and the amount of filler required to achieve the desired look. To learn more about a non-surgical nose job and how much it will cost, please contact us today to set up an initial consultation.


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