Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty is also known as the ‘15 minute nose job’. Mr Dalvi Humzah will show and teach you how
this can be achieved during a single day’s hands-on training course, as well as discussing the important considerations
if you’re thinking of adding this to your aesthetic practice.
The non-surgical or medical rhinoplasty is a technique for remodelling and reshaping the nasal framework
with the use of dermal filler injections.
It’s important to note that, as with many other filler techniques which target lines, folds and volume restoration,
there are many complex structures to the nose, and the nasal anatomy must be understood before practitioners embark on
correcting nasal deficiencies using filler products.
As a Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon, Mr Humzah believes that this really is an area in which training is paramount, and should only be considered by those with an intermediate or advanced competence in dermal filler injections.
Given its history, rhinoplasty is probably one of the most written about and developed areas of facial surgery which has mostly remained unchanged in principle for several thousands of years; the aim remaining to correct nasal complications caused by trauma or birth defects.
In the modern era, the concept of a cosmetic rhinoplasty has evolved, with the surgery being less about a medical need to improve nasal function or correct a significant nasal deficit and more about a desire to improve on the look of the nose that god gave someone.