Category Archives: Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
Top 5 Rhinoplasty Recovery Myths
Posted on February 24, 2022 by Dr. Richard Rival
One part of getting a rhinoplasty that many people worry about is the recovery process. This means that many myths about it have emerged, which we’ll examine.Continue reading »
5 Rhinoplasty Choices Based on Your Aesthetic Need
Posted on March 19, 2021 by Dr. Richard Rival
This post details rhinoplasty nuances that depend on how much change to the nasal structure is required. This will help patients choose a style of rhinoplasty.Continue reading »
Can a Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Help With a Wide Nose?
Posted on February 27, 2021 by Dr. Richard Rival
This post explains what a non-surgical rhinoplasty is and what sorts of effects it can achieve.Continue reading »
Liquid vs Traditional Rhinoplasty: Exploring the Pros & Cons
Posted on October 17, 2020 by Dr. Richard Rival
What’s the best choice for me, traditional vs liquid rhinoplasty? As with most plastic surgery treatments, there is no single, across-the-board answer.Continue reading »
When Is A Liquid Nose Job Not Enough?
Posted on June 21, 2020 by Dr. Richard Rival
A liquid nose job is an increasingly popular trend in facial plastic surgery. Instead of the invasive approach of traditional surgery, the surgeon injects muscle relaxers and/or dermal fillers to fill out or modify the nose. This injectable rhinoplasty alternative can be an affordable option for many seeking an altered nose profile or nose tip, but it lacks the capabilities of surgical rhinoplasty. Today, we take a look at the abilities and limitations of liquid nose jobs to help you determine whether they can meet your needs, or if surgery is the better choice for you. What Makes a Liquid…Continue reading »
Finding the Perfect Timing for Rhinoplasty
Posted on May 12, 2020 by Dr. Richard Rival
Rhinoplasty is usually an outpatient procedure, on average the surgery lasts about 2 hours and the patient may expect to stay in the surgical facility for a few hours after surgery. Most patients find the recovery period to be better than expected. There is always some facial pressure, nasal congestion and swelling. Bruising is variable between patients. Patients recovering from rhinoplasty typically need 2 weeks for bruising and swelling to go down. Again, this can vary on the patient. While most patients can work from home after a few days, the average “social downtime” is 10 – 14 days. With…Continue reading »
What Is Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty?
Posted on October 22, 2014 by Dr. Richard Rival
Dermal fillers are often used to help smooth wrinkles and restore volume to certain areas of the face. It’s less common for patients considering rhinoplasty at my Toronto practice to ask about a non-surgical nose job. Soft tissue fillers can augment areas of the nose or refine irregularities in ways that are more subtle than surgical rhinoplasty. Dermal fillers such as JUVÉDERM®, RADIESSE®, and Restylane® are also options for revision rhinoplasty in cases where the surgically altered nose needs only minor changes. I perform all cosmetic injections at my practice, and that’s especially important for patients seeking non-surgical rhinoplasty. Using…Continue reading »