Want to fix a droopy nose? Here at Define Clinic we use dermal fillers as part of non-surgical rhinoplasty treatment or even Anti-Wrinkle Injections to stop the muscles pulling down the nose.
If the tip of your nose naturally points downwards, you may have what is called a droopy nose, known medically as nasal tip ptosis. The drooping of the nose may look more apparent when you smile. A drooping nose may be present from birth, as a result of an elongated septum, cartilages, or nasal bridge, though it can be gained as a side effect of a previous surgical rhinoplasty procedure weakening support to the tip. A drooping nose may also be age related, as a decrease in collagen and bone weakens the connective tissues and the skin begins to thin.
At Define Clinic, we use dermal fillers as part of non-surgical rhinoplasty treatment or even Anti-Wrinkle Injections to stop the muscles pulling down the nose. This adds definition to the nose, providing lift to the droop for a beautiful, natural looking side profile.
Regain Your Confidence With Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty for a droopy nose.
- Can improve breathing
- Creates harmony with other facial features
- Reshapes any required part of your nose
Nose Shape FAQs
No, if you do feel any mild discomfort, this should subside overnight. Before treatment, we can also apply some numbing cream if you feel you’ll need it.
Rhinoplasty can help a lot of people get their desired results. Your first step should be to contact our friendly team if you’re unhappy with the shape or size of your nose. We can consult with you and assess your best options.
Nose surgery costs can vary depending on a patients’ personal treatment plan. It’s best to contact us to discuss your own bespoke plan so we can find the right price for you.
We’ll usually remove the splint in a week to ten days after your surgery. You can expect to go back to normal life as soon as we’ve done this.