Everything to Know About Liquid Rhinoplasty


If you have ever been dissatisfied with the appearance of your nose, you might have contemplated undergoing surgical rhinoplasty. However, this is a significant procedure that entails anesthesia, incisions, and an extended recovery period.

Although the outcome is often rewarding for numerous patients, some may not require this intensive surgery to attain their desired results.

In fact, there is a far better solution for a wide range of rhinoplasty patients. It’s called nonsurgical rhinoplasty or liquid rhinoplasty.

The following guide will provide all of the basic information you need for understanding nonsurgical rhinoplasty, including what the procedure involves, what your options are, who the best candidates are, and what to expect during the procedure.


Injectable rhinoplastyNonsurgical rhinoplasty is a procedure that involves changing the size or shape of your nose with dermal fillers.

Dermal fillers are a type of injectable that are usually made of a substance called hyaluronic acid or HA. Hyaluronic acid acts as a plumper or a volume enhancer. It is used in many injectable procedures. For example, it can be used on the chin to create a different jaw line or even on the hands to provide a plumper, more youthful appearance.

It is often used on the cheeks and elsewhere on the face to the reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and add volume and the glow of youth to the face as well.

When it comes to nonsurgical rhinoplasty or liquid rhinoplasty, dermal fillers are injected at strategic points on and around the nose in order to achieve the patient’s aesthetic goals. For example, let’s say that a patient has a large ridge across the bridge of their nose that they would like to reduce the appearance of.

Often, what Dr. Mohan will do in this case is add some dermal filler below and above the ridge. This smooths out the ridge and creates a more aesthetically appealing appearance.

Keep in mind that nonsurgical rhinoplasty is not for everyone. If you have a nose on the larger side that you would like to reduce the overall size of, you may need to go the traditional route and use surgical rhinoplasty.

WHO IS A CANDIDATE FOR Non Surgical Nose Job?

Again, the best candidates for nonsurgical rhinoplasty are those who want to make small changes to the size or shape of their nose. Nonsurgical rhinoplasty is not for those who want to slim or reduce the overall size of their nose because essentially, liquid rhinoplasty can only add and augment the nose’s appearance.

Furthermore, if you have functional issues (such as breathing problems from a deviated septum) that you would like to improve with rhinoplasty, nonsurgical rhinoplasty is not for you. Functional nasal issues can only be amended with surgical rhinoplasty.


While the consultation process is important for any type of cosmetic procedure, it is extremely important for rhinoplasty. That’s because there are a wide array of issues that may present themselves when it comes to rhinoplasty. From functional to aesthetic, size to shape, width to length, patients can present with a long list of problems that they would like to fix.

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Furthermore, rhinoplasty is one of the most intricate and challenging cosmetic procedures. This goes more for the surgical end of things, but it also requires an extremely skilled hand to successfully complete a liquid rhinoplasty procedure.

At your consultation appointment, therefore, it’s important that you provide specific details about what you are looking for in your final results. Bring pictures, cutouts from magazines, or printouts from the Internet that can help you explain to Dr. Mohan what you are looking for.

Of course, you must be medically cleared for this procedure as well. Dr. Mohan will want to hear about your medical history and ensure that you are a quality candidate.


The nonsurgical rhinoplasty procedure will be carried out much like any other dermal filler procedure. Most often, it will take between twenty minutes to an hour, and the pain and discomfort will be minimal.

Many individuals like to get other fillers or injections like Botox at the same time. Generally, patients say they feel slight pressure or a bit of pinching while the injections are being made.

One thing to keep in mind about this procedure is that is not permanent. You will need to return several times throughout the year in order to keep up your results. This is not a problem for some patients.

But for others who want longer-lasting results, traditional rhinoplasty is the best solution.


If you have been thinking about traditional rhinoplasty but aren’t sure that you want to commit to the full surgical procedure, liquid nose job may be right for you. Once you make this decision, you naturally need to choose the best plastic surgeon for the procedure. This is one of the most important choices in the entire process and one that you’ll want to take your time making.

With his extensive experience and noted expertise, Dr. Raja Mohan is an obvious candidate. His patients note his comforting, warm presence and skilled hands. His credentials alone speak for themselves.


How long does a liquid rhinoplasty last?

Nonsurgical rhinoplastyThe results of liquid rhinoplasty last can vary from person to person and depend on several factors, including the type of filler used, the amount of filler injected, and the individual’s metabolism.

Liquid rhinoplasty can last anywhere from six months to two years, although some people may experience results that last longer or shorter than this timeframe. The longevity of the results also depends on the type of filler used.

For example, hyaluronic acid fillers, such as Restylane and Juvéderm, typically last between six and 12 months, while calcium hydroxylapatite fillers, such as Radiesse, can last up to two years.

It’s important to note that the results of liquid rhinoplasty are not permanent and will eventually fade over time. To maintain the desired results, patients may need to undergo repeat injections.

It’s also important to choose a qualified and experienced provider to perform the procedure, as improper injection technique or placement can result in unwanted side effects unwanted complications.

Liquid rhinoplasty cost?

The cost of liquid rhinoplasty, also known as non-surgical rhinoplasty, can vary depending on several factors, including the location of the clinic, the experience of the provider, the type of filler used, and the amount of filler needed to achieve the desired results.

In Dallas, the cost of liquid rhinoplasty typically ranges from $500 to $2,500.

It’s important to note that the cost of liquid rhinoplasty may not include additional fees, such as consultation fees, follow-up appointments, or the cost of any necessary touch-up treatments.

It’s recommended that patients consult with a qualified and experienced provider to determine the cost of their specific treatment plan. It’s also important to consider the provider’s credentials, experience, and patient satisfaction rate when choosing a clinic or provider for the procedure.

Contact us Today

If you want to discover more about non surgical rhinoplasty or liquid rhinoplasty and what this procedure may be able to do for you before you undergo surgery, contact us today by calling (469) 747-2470 to book your  rhinoplasty consultation appointment with Dr. Mohan plastic surgery.

He is a leading board-certified plastic surgeons serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area and probably operates throughout the regions of Dallas, Frisco, Coppell, Grapevine, Southlake, Arlington, Irving, and Plano.


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