Now in Boston, Botox and Dysport Are Used to Change the Shape of the Nose

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Visage Sculpture cosmetic clinic is specializing in non-surgical face shaping and offered non-surgical rhinoplasty using fillers for years. Now Botox and Dysport can be used to lift the tip of the nose and make this procedure even less invasive and more affordable.

Smile enhances droopy tip

One of our advanced methods is examining patients in movement, while smiling or grimacing, which allows the most precise and natural correction.

Masha Banar, Board Certified Physician Assistant and owner of Visage Sculpture cosmetic clinic, has always been a pioneer in advanced non-surgical face enhancing techniques. She performs the most non-surgical rhinoplasties in Boston and always looks for ways to improve her technique even further. She uses fillers like Radiesse, Restylane and Perlane to make the nose straight and elevate the tip. Now Botox and Dysport can be used to accomplish it faster, with less pain, and possibly less cost to the patient.

This method of using Botox is particularly good for patients with ethnic crooked noses and plunging nasal tips. Most of them complain of accentuated curve of the nose and droopy tip with smiling. Some of the muscles of the nose can be hypertrophied in those patients or have higher than normal tone. This could be easily diagnosed during a consult and treated with a small dose of toxin.

The result is often dramatic: the tip can lift up to 3 millimeters. "Though fillers are still the first choice for most of the non-surgical rhinoplasty patients, Botox and Dysport can enhance results and in some cases lower the cost of procedure," Banar says. "One of our advanced methods is examining patients in movement, while smiling or grimacing, which allows the most precise and natural correction," she adds.

Complimentary consultation can be scheduled by calling at (617)795-0201 or on-line at Office is located at 31 Channing Street, Newton Corner, MA 02458.

About Visage Sculpture

Visage Sculpture is a premier Cosmetic Center dedicated to helping people look and feel more attractive, refreshed, and youthful in the most natural gentle way. Founded by Masha Banar, Board Certified Physician Associate, with more than a decade of experience in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, it has been featured on ABC News for its unique alternatives to surgical procedures.

Masha is a National Educator for Sculptra Aesthetic and teaches facial anatomy and injection techniques to Physicians and Nurses. Her extensive experience combined with artistic background and intuitive appreciation of proportions of the face brings ease to all procedures offered.

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