Thursday, February 3, 2011

RHINOPLASTY IN A SYRINGE?

Dr. Robert J. Brueck MD FACS, a Ft. Myers Board Certified Plastic Surgeon frequently blogs about matters of health and beauty, and you can visit his website (linked above) at www.beauty-by-brueck.com

I guess you might say let's inject a few lines or a few wrinkles and while we're at it in my nose. The push over the past several years has been toward non-surgical procedures such as fillers and Botox. Sometimes nose reshaping can occur with an injectable such as Radiesse. The downside is it doesn't last and over time the cost can be prohibitive.

Basically you take some cartilage from you septum, dice it up, and then inject it into the defect. This defect maybe a hump that needs to be softened or a depression that needs to be built up.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous rhinoplasty said...

Hi there, short yet lovely post. I never thought rhinoplasty can be in syringe. I haven't tried this so I don’t have any idea how this nose enhancement can be done. Though I was thinking that a patient should undergo on some surgery; the surgeon will removed or add some flesh on the patient’s noise and that is quite dangerous.

February 12, 2011 at 7:05 AM  
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