Rhinoplasty with hyaluronic acid: This is behind the treatment trend

Once a cause for headaches, today a real hype: a nose correction with hyaluron. This minimally invasive technique to correct a nose is now one of the most popular treatments in the field of aesthetic medicine. Thanks to the great results and few side effects, the minimally invasive treatment with hyaluron has found its permanent place in the range of aesthetic medicine.

All the advantages: This is what rhinoplasty can do without surgery

In a minimally invasive correction of the nose, hyaluron is injected into the bridge of the nose. This can even out irregularities and straighten the nose. If necessary, hyaluron can also be injected into the tip of the nose, creating a snub nose effect that prevents the nose from drooping when laughing or speaking. For many, this sounds like a paradox – after all, filler is added during a nose correction with hyaluron – but it actually works.

A straightened nose looks far more harmonious with the rest of the face, and also smaller. A major advantage of treatment with hyaluron is that even minor irregularities, which do not themselves constitute a reason for surgery, can be corrected in a targeted manner and thus a more precise result can be obtained. In particular, patients who have already undergone nose surgery benefit from this procedure: small disturbing factors in the surgical result can be touched up with little effort.

Possible side effects of a nose correction with hyaluron

If one compares the side effects of a nose correction with hyaluron with those of a nose surgery, it quickly becomes clear that the minimally invasive treatment method is accompanied by significantly fewer side effects. However, there are also side effects that should not be ignored. One must expect slight swelling and redness after the treatment. In a few cases, the development of hematomas and bruises is also possible. All these side effects are temporary, i.e. they disappear by themselves after a few days and do not entail any long-term impairments.

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