(PRWEB) July 30, 2012
There’s no denying that most people are feeling the effects of a sluggish economy. However, the desire to look their best is still driving many patients to surgical and non-surgical improvements, with the latter becoming a more popular alternative, according to statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.1 2
While traditional rhinoplasty remains a top surgical procedure, injection rhinoplasty is growing in popularity as a lower-cost, less invasive option. FaceForum, an informational online guide to facial plastic surgery, offers a free article about non-surgical nose jobs, with information about the procedures, the type of fillers and other important information.
Developed by Yale trained cosmetic surgeon Dr. Alexander Rivkin, injection rhinoplasty is not only significantly less expensive than its surgical counterpart, it also eliminates the need for anesthesia and incisions. Recovery time is minimal, with most patients resuming normal activities almost immediately without the bruising and swelling typical of the more invasive nose job.
However, while injection rhinoplasty can smooth out the bumps, reduce the nose-tip droop, and in general, create a more streamlined profile, it doesn’t actually reduce the size of the nose. Plastic surgeon Renato Saltz, MD recommends that patients have a thorough consult with their physician to discuss their needs and desires as well as review photos of patients who have undergo the procedure.
For more information about injection rhinoplasty, visit the our facial plastic surgery directory, FaceForum.