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Nose augmentation is one of the most popular treatment among Asian due to obvious reason – we genetically do not have high, defined and sharp nose like our Caucasian counterparts. Everyone agrees that nose beauty plays a big part in overall facial beauty.

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Nose Fillers

 

What result can I possibly expect?

Everyone has different nose shape, size and contour. Hence, nose augmentation treatment is always customised and tailored to each patient. But the best result we want to achieve is a well-defined nose contour, nice nasal tip, high nasal bridge with correction of any bumps or unevenness on the nose The result is instant and visible immediately after the procedure.

Are there any side effects or downtime?

The most common side effects are redness, swelling and needle marks which will subside in few hours time. Bruising may occur as well and cold compress help in this case. There is no downtime and you may resume normal activities after the treatment and apply make up.

 

 

How long can I maintain the result?

Nose filler can generally last between 12-15 months.

Can it be combine with nose thread lift?

Yes. In fact both work synergistically to give you a more perfect nose as each serves different purpose and clinical results.

Available Treatments

Nose filler is a procedure to achieve better contour and nose shape by injecting dermal filler into the nose. It is one of the method used for non-surgical nose augmentation.

The most commonly used dermal filler for non-surgical nose augmentation is hyaluronic acid filler. HA is a naturally occurring substance in our body and biologically absorbed safely.

Other types of dermal filler used are for examples calcium hydroxyapatite filler (Radiesse)

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Nose Thread Lift

Nose thread lift has gained its popularity in recent years due to its superb aesthetic result and simplicity of the procedure with no associated downtime.
This non-surgical nose augmentation treatment origins from Korea and named after HIKO Nose Thread Lift. Hi means High and Ko means Nose. Literally it translates to a desirable high nose.
Precisely placed nose threads can create a well defined nose contour with higher nasal bridge. It can also raises the nose tip to give you a slight-ly pointy nasal tip which is very sought after in women

How Does Nose Thread Lift Work?

Nose thread lift is a minimally invasive, nonsurgical procedure that uses dissolvable threads made from polydioxanone (PDO) to lift and reshape the nose. PDO is a biodegradable suture material that is commonly used in surgical sutures. The threads are inserted through small incisions in the nose and then used to lift and define the shape of the nose.

The threads used in nose thread lift are absorbable, which means they are designed to dissolve over time, leaving no foreign material in the body. This makes the procedure safe and minimizes the risk of complications. PDO threads come in both smooth and barbed varieties, with barbed threads providing more lift and support.

Nose thread lift is a quick and simple procedure that can be performed in as little as 15-30 minutes. It requires only local anesthesia and has minimal downtime, with most patients able to resume normal activities immediately after the procedure.

What Results Can I Expect With a Nose Thread Lift?

After a nose thread lift, patients can expect to see a subtle yet noticeable enhancement to the shape and contour of their nose. The treatment can help create a higher, slimmer nose bridge, a more defined nose tip, and an overall more youthful appearance. The results are achieved by stimulating collagen production in the dermis, which can improve skin quality and reduce age-related volume loss and bone resorption.

The treatment area for a nose thread lift is typically the bridge and tip of the nose. The procedure can also be used to rejuvenate the temples and other areas of loose skin on the face. Patients should have realistic expectations for the outcome of the procedure and understand that the results may vary depending on their individual anatomy and profile.

Recovery from a nose thread lift is typically quick and easy. Patients may experience some swelling and bruising in the treatment area, but this should subside within a few days. It is important to avoid touching or rubbing the nose for the first few days after the procedure to allow the threads to settle into place. Patients should also avoid strenuous exercise and excessive sun exposure for at least a week after the treatment.

 

What advantages of nose thread lift do I get compared with nose fillers?

Nose filler and nose thread lift serve different purpose and both are important in achieving a perfect looking nose. However nose thread lift has added advantage of prevention of filler migration and lumpiness.

Who is an Ideal Candidate for a Nose Thread Lift?

An ideal candidate for a nose thread lift is typically someone seeking a non-surgical method to achieve subtle enhancements to their nose’s structure. These individuals might range in age from their late twenties to early fifties, as skin elasticity during this phase ensures more predictable results. The procedure is best suited for those desiring mild to moderate changes, like lifting the nasal bridge or refining the nose tip. It’s essential that candidates have realistic expectations, understanding that the effects are temporary, typically lasting between one to two years. 

Good overall health is a prerequisite, with no severe nasal deformities, active skin infections, or history of severe scarring. Before opting for a nose thread lift, consultation with a qualified specialist is imperative to determine one’s suitability and desired outcomes.

How long can I maintain my nose shape after nose thread lift?

While nose thread lifts are gaining popularity, thread lifts can be used for various other facial applications, too. Thread lifts use medical-grade threads to lift and reposition sagging skin, stimulate collagen production and give a more youthful appearance. Here are some other applications of thread lifts.

Filler Replacement

Thread lifts can be used as a filler replacement, as they can add volume to the face by lifting and repositioning sagging skin. This is particularly useful for patients who want to avoid the use of traditional fillers.

Tissue Lifting

Thread lifts can be used to lift tissues in the midface and jawline, which can help to reduce the appearance of sagging skin and jowls. This can give the face a more youthful appearance.

Midface

Thread lifts can be used to lift the midface, which can help to reduce the appearance of sagging skin and jowls. This can give the face a more youthful appearance.

Jawline

Thread lifts can be used to lift and define the jawline, which can help to reduce the appearance of sagging skin and jowls. This can give the face a more youthful appearance.

Fox Eye Thread Lift

The fox eye thread lift is a popular application of thread lifts that involves lifting the outer corners of the eyes to create a more almond-shaped appearance. This can give the face a more youthful and refreshed appearance.

Available Treatments

PDO Thread Lift

We use PDO thread for nose thread lift. It is safe and effective. Inserted PDO thread will stimulate collagen while it is being absorbed.
Additional FAQs:

Can I go back to work after the procedure?

Most individuals can return to work and their daily activities within a day or two. However, it’s advisable to avoid strenuous activities for about a week.

Will I need maintenance treatments?

Yes, since the results are temporary, maintenance treatments may be required every one to two years to keep up the desired look.

Are there any post-procedure precautions I should be aware of?

It’s advisable to avoid rubbing or pressing the nose for several days after the procedure. Also, staying away from strenuous activities and direct sunlight can help in faster recovery.

Is the procedure painful?

Local anesthesia is used, making the procedure relatively painless. Some mild discomfort might be felt during the insertion of threads, but it’s generally well-tolerated.

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