Your nose is your most prominent facial feature, and many suffer for years wanting to change their nose with the fear of having to undergo a surgical procedure. While a traditional, surgical rhinoplasty is incredibly effective and efficient — and certainly can not be replaced by any nonsurgical procedure — board-certified cosmetic plastic surgeon Dr. Adibfar and his experienced team at Toronto’s Elements Spa can make significant changes to your nose with no incisions at all. We’re talking about a ‘liquid nose job,’ achieved with simple injections of hyaluronic acid filler!

Is your nose is too large or too small? Maybe there’s a bump in your nose that annoys you or the tip of your nose looks droopy. These flaws are common concerns among many people looking for a solution that doesn’t involve going under the knife or meticulous makeup application. And fortunately, our team at Elements Spa has a keen artistic eye and extensive experience and knowledge to deliver results that will make your nose appear more beautiful than you could ever imagine without surgery.

Dermal fillers are comprised of hyaluronic acid, a substance naturally found in our bodies that keep us hydrated, supple and youthful-looking. We use fillers to ‘fill’ areas that lack volume, are hollow  or need gentle correction. Your nose will certainly be different from your neighbour’s, so we can’t assume that using fillers to correct your nose will be at all similar to the next patient. That’s why it is extremely important that you seek the expertise of an experienced, qualified injector with a vast knowledge of facial symmetry, anatomy, and biology.

How can dermal fillers be used to correct your nose? A lot of it has to do with symmetry. If your nose has a slight bump along its bridge, strategically placed filler above (and possibly below) the bump will fill the area to make your nose appear smoother and straighter. You may also have a bump that favours one side of your nose. Filler could then be used to fill the opposite side to make it appear more symmetrical and therefore conceal any bump!

Another important feature of your nose is the tip. The tip of your nose may droop slightly, or maybe it appears too large or too small. Filler can certainly help to correct the nasal tip so that it looks more proportioned to the rest of your nose and facial features. Dermal filler can be used to define the tip, it can also be added just above the tip to make it appear smoother and smaller if necessary. Filler can be used to change or increase the rotation of the nose so that it faces up rather than drooping down making it more pleasing from the front and profile. Filler can also be used to correct your nose if you’re not happy with the results of your previous rhinoplasty! If you’ve already had a rhinoplasty and require further correction, and you don’t have the time to undergo another surgical procedure, then  dermal fillers might be the best option for you. Dermal fillers are an excellent way to rebuild your nose after having had a previous rhinoplasty.

And best of all, your results are temporary! That’s right. If you don’t like the results from your ‘liquid nose job,’ or simply prefer your more natural shape, then you’ll be thrilled to know that dermal fillers are not permanent and can be reversed. At Elements Spa we are all about helping real people who want natural results. We strive to give you the results you desire without looking overdone or like you ‘had work done.’ We also want you to know that our consultation with you is very important and that before any procedure, Dr. Adibfar and his staff truly want to know who you are, what your goals are, what you do for a living and what improvements you’re striving for. As previously mentioned, we strive to maintain the true essence of all of our patients and clients and love to make them truly happy by delivering results that improve their lives on every level.

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