No Surgery Nose Job: Radiesse Cost and Before and After Photos
Radiesse No Surgery Nose Job Before and After Pictures
Almost anyone can afford to have cosmetic procedures these days to improve their appearance. Thanks to modern medicine, you can now have a no surgery nose job.
Radiesse, a filler used to smooth out the appearance of wrinkles, can also greatly smooth out the appearance of the nose.
In this hub we will go over the cost of a Radiesse no surgery nose job and also before and after photos of people who underwent the procedure.
How much does Radiesse cost for a nose procedure?
- The average cost is about $800, considering parts of the United States that have a lower cost-of-living are likely to charge around $600, while the most expensive parts of the country -- especially Manhattan and Beverly Hills -- are likely to charge closer to $1,000 for Radiesse.
- Likewise, the more experienced, reputable, and specialized your doctor is in administering cosmetic procedures, the more expensive the cost will be. This is an area not to skimp on costs though.
How does Radiesse work for nose jobs?
- A numbing agent is placed on the area of the nose to be injected.
- Injections are made in the area of the nose that require "building up." Building up either involves complementing a different part of the nose that projects too much (i.e., bump), or creating the appearance of tissue due to an overall lack of prominence and nose shape.
- Patient remains awake during procedure and has minimal recovery time.
- The effects of Radiesse can last up to three years.
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What are common cosmetic problems that a Radiesse nose job can fix?
- Bumpy noses. Often, filler is placed on the bridge of the nose beneath the bump so that a straight line effect is achieved in profile.
- Droopy tips. Sometimes a patient can have a prominent nasal bridge, but then the tip curves under, creating a droopy look. When filler is injected into the tip area, it brings the look of the nose back into balance.
- Flatter noses. Ethnic Asian candidates sometimes elect to have a stronger (elevated) nose profile because their natural nose has a more flattened appearance.
Note: The author of this article does not have specialized medical knowledge on Radiesse brand injections. This information is not meant to take the place of the advice of your physician. Please consult a doctor for the most accurate information on nose jobs with Radiesse.