Injectable rhinoplasty is completed by injecting a filler along the part of the nose that needs to be corrected.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) December 19, 2014
Many people have been unhappy with the look or shape of their nose for as long as they can remember. Many others experience difficulty breathing through one or both of their nasal passages. These are the reasons why rhinoplasty is consistently ranked as one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures within North America.
Rhinoplasty can change several characteristic about a person’s nose, including the size, the width, the position of the nostrils, and the nose profile. It can also reshape the nasal tip, improve the appearance of the nostrils, and correct nasal asymmetry. Rhinoplasty can also correct certain breathing difficulties, especially for individuals with a deviated septum. It can also serve as a solution for certain birth defects or for noses that have been injured in an accident. Many individuals wish they could receive the benefits of a rhinoplasty procedure without having to undergo the actual surgery. Fortunately for them, an innovative new solution has become available - an injectable rhinoplasty technique that takes only 15 minutes. Dr. Ellis at the Art of Facial Surgery in Toronto is pleased to offer this revolutionary procedure to the public.
Injectable rhinoplasty is completed by injecting a filler along the part of the nose that needs to be corrected. The filler will contain anesthetic to minimize any discomfort and Dr. Ellis has found that most patients do not find the process uncomfortable. After the injection, the filler is thoroughly massaged to ensure the best possible results. The entire process takes approximately 15 minutes total. Afterwards, there is minimal to no bruising and slight redness that disappears within the hour.
Dr. Ellis at the Art of Facial Surgery in Toronto has undergone specialised training practices to develop his skills for this procedure. He is currently one of the very few plastic surgeons in the GTA offering the technique to the public. In his recent case study of 50 injectable rhinoplasties in which fillers had been used, Dr. Ellis found that the Juvederm and Voluma fillers have been the most common. Both offer an anesthetic that makes the filler less painful and are known to be long lasting. Injectable fillers have proven to be very safe and include minimal risks. Risks only increase with individuals who have undergone rhinoplasty previously.
Find out more information about the innovative injectable rhinoplasty procedure being offered by Dr. Ellis at the Art of Facial Surgery in Toronto by visiting his website directly http://www.ellisplasticsurgery.ca/injectable-rhinoplasty.html.