The Benefits Begin with How You Look

Since the advent of plastic surgery, people have been eager to improve their physical appearance. Much of this eagerness has to do with the ability to exercise control over how you look—making the outside match the inside, as it were. This helps explain why plastic surgery procedures today are so wildly popular. But with surgery, you also need recovery. And while plastic surgeons have made great strides in making procedures less invasive, most patients are still looking at weeks-long recovery period, complete with rest and pain medication.

For rhinoplasty patients, this recovery period can be quite extended. It can take up to twelve months for swelling to completely subside and your recovery period to be officially over. It’s true, you could be back to work in a matter of weeks, but for Dr. Rivkin, that wasn’t necessarily good enough. So he innovated a procedure called the non surgical nose job—or, more clinically, non surgical rhinoplasty. This procedure was designed to allow patients the ability to change their noses without relying on a painful surgery.

Now a widely used procedure in its own right, non surgical rhinoplasty is a the backbone of any non surgical rhinoplasty revision procedure, and it brings with it several important benefits.

Saving Time

Any surgical procedure rightly requires a significant investment of time. Not only does the operation itself take any number of hours, but so too does all the testing, consultation, and discussions that come before it. Non surgical procedures, on the other hand, can be accomplished in a matter of minutes after consultation. This means that you don’t need to commit any more time than you would for a lunch break. Additionally, patients who opt for a non surgical rhinoplasty procedure do not have to take time off of work or keep away from social activities.

In other words, non surgical rhinoplasty procedures mean you don’t have to take time out of your life to be able to look in the mirror and see the nose you want to see.

Immediate Results

One of the greatest benefits of non surgical rhinoplasty is that you get ot see the results immediately. On the one hand, this may sound like simple “instant gratification,” but there’s actually more to it than that. With surgical rhinoplasty, patients have to wait months to see the final results, taking educated guesses—in the meantime—as to whether those results are satisfactory. Because results with a non surgical rhinoplasty are seen instantly, patients can see right away whether they like the results, meaning that alterations can be made immediately to ensure that the patient is content with the results.

Of course, it doesn’t hurt that the patient can walk out of the office feeling great about the new look of his or her nose. That kind of instant boost in confidence is great for patients.

Avoiding Certain Risks

All surgery carries with it certain risks—risks of infection, of complications, of uncomplimentary results, and so on. These risks are rare, but they are even more rare with non surgical rhinoplasty because, simply, there are no scalpels involved. Of course, you’ll want to discuss with Dr. Rivkin your personal health and so on—but generally non surgical rhinoplasty is much safer than its surgical counterpart.

There’s a Reason it’s so Popular

Non surgical rhinoplasty offers patients a great way to get the results they want without having to endure pain and time related to recovery. Of course, it isn’t for everyone. If you want a large degree of tissue removed, for example, then a surgical procedure may be your best option. But for those patients seeking a subtle change to their nose structure, a non surgical procedure can make a big impact on the way you look without requiring a big commitment.

This also means that when your original rhinoplasty surgery shows results that do not satisfy you, you can seek out a non surgical procedure to correct that. If you are interested in learning more about non surgical rhinoplasty revision, you can spend some time on the many pages of this site, or you can contact Dr. Rivkin to schedule a confidential consultation.