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Nonsurgical rhinoplasty, also known as liquid rhinoplasty or a 15-minute nose job, is a cosmetic treatment that uses dermal fillers to **temporarily** reshape your nose. It’s a non-invasive alternative to traditional surgical rhinoplasty.

What it can address

  • Smoothing out bumps or irregularities on the bridge of the nose
  • Uplifting a slightly drooping nose tip
  • Creating a subtle improvement in nasal symmetry


  • Non-invasive procedure with minimal discomfort
  • Quicker and less expensive than surgical rhinoplasty
  • No anesthesia required, typically uses topical numbing cream
  • Results are visible immediately
  • Offers a chance to see how a different nose shape might look on you before committing to surgery


  • Temporary results, typically lasting 6 months to 2 years depending on the filler used and your individual body
  • Doesn’t address major structural concerns like size reduction, nostril narrowing, or bumps caused by bone
  • Can’t make the nose smaller or change the overall size and shape dramatically
  • Potential side effects like bruising, swelling, redness, or tenderness at the injection site, although these usually subside within a few days
  • Risks of allergic reaction or complications if performed by an inexperienced injector

Who is a Candidate

Good candidates for nonsurgical rhinoplasty have realistic expectations and want to address minor cosmetic concerns with their nose. It’s important to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to determine if you’re suitable for this procedure.

The Procedure

  • A topical numbing cream is applied to the nose to minimize discomfort.
  • The healthcare professional injects dermal fillers, usually hyaluronic acid, into specific areas of the nose to achieve the desired shape.
  • The results are visible immediately, and minor adjustments can be made during the injection session.


  • Minimal downtime, you can resume most activities after the procedure.
  • Some temporary swelling, bruising, or tenderness at the injection site are common, but these usually resolve within a few days.


  • Makeup: Contouring techniques with makeup can create the illusion of a different nose shape.
  • Surgical rhinoplasty: For more significant or permanent changes, traditional surgical rhinoplasty is an option.

Choosing a Qualified Provider

It’s crucial to choose a qualified healthcare professional experienced in injectable fillers and facial anatomy to perform nonsurgical rhinoplasty. This can be a dermatologist, plastic surgeon, or licensed aesthetician with proper training and experience.


This information is intended for general knowledge only and should not be a substitute for professional medical advice. Consulting a qualified healthcare professional is essential to discuss the risks, benefits, candidacy, and specific details of nonsurgical rhinoplasty. Be sure to ask about their experience with this procedure and see before-and-after photos of their work.

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