Thread Lift For Nose vs. The Liquid Nose Job
Aesthetic treatments such as dermal fillers and thread lifts are a popular alternative to surgical procedures, but can you use a thread lift for nose reshaping? And can dermal fillers refine the shape of your nose?
Your nose is one of the most defining features of your face, and if you don’t like it, it can affect how you feel about yourself.
For many, the idea of undergoing surgery is extreme. It’s a painful option, and the results can often be too drastic. However, there are non-invasive aesthetic treatments that can help you feel more confident about the way you look.
At Elite Aesthetics, we offer two incredible treatments that can contour and reshape your nose to provide a subtle, natural-looking change. The first is the thread lift for nose reshaping, and the second is the ‘liquid nose job’.
Both are non-surgical, take less than an hour and give great results.
In this blog, we will look at both so you can decide which one might be right for you.
What Is A Thread Lift For Nose Reshaping
A thread lift for nose reshaping is a non-surgical aesthetic treatment designed to reshape and contour your nose.
It uses medical-grade absorbable sutures to subtly alter your nose’s structure and is very effective at contouring. A thread lift for nose reshaping is a fantastic alternative to a surgical rhinoplasty.
The threads are gently inserted underneath your skin and work as ‘scaffolding’ for the structure of your nose. The threads work in two ways: firstly, they help shape and contour your nose to produce the desired look, and secondly, they stimulate your body’s collagen production to lift the area naturally.
PDO threads are made of hyaluronic acid, a natural substance found in your body. As your body absorbs the threads, you start to produce more collagen for your nose to give it a longer-lasting lift.
There are many benefits of a thread lift for nose reshaping. For most, the non-invasive and quick procedure makes it a good choice, while for others, the more subtle and natural change is desirable. The fact that it costs significantly less than a surgical procedure is often a factor, too.
An expert will ensure the threads are precisely located to provide maximum effect without the risk of movement so you can enjoy your new look for many months to come.
The threads are made to be naturally absorbed by your body, which can take around 18 months. For some people, the effects of the nose thread lift may last much longer, thanks to the collagen stimulation they provide.
What Can A Thread Lift For Nose Reshaping Do?
A thread lift for nose reshaping can help with the following:
- Lifted Nose Bridge – The procedure can enhance your nasal profile by lifting the tissue to give a more prominent bridge.
- Nose Tip Lift – A downward-pointing nose tip can make your nose appear longer, changing the proportions of your face. Threads can be used to lift the tip.
- Straighten – The threads won’t change the structure of the cartilage but they can help to reshape the tissue to make your nose appear straighter.
- Smooth Bumps – If you have a bump in your nose, the threads can be used to reshape your nose tissue, reduce the bump’s appearance, and make it less pronounced.
- Narrow – If you want to add more volume to your nose because your nose is narrow, the increased collagen that the threads produce can help.
What Is A Liquid Nose Job?
A liquid nose job is a non-surgical rhinoplasty that allows you to achieve results like a surgical nose job. The treatment uses dermal fillers to reshape your nose, addressing any issues you have.
The dermal filler is injected into the required areas using a fine needle and gently massaged into position.
The dermal fillers used at Elite Aesthetics are made using hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a gel-like substance that will help to smooth and shape your nose.
Hyaluronic acid naturally occurs in your body, and it helps to retain moisture. Like the threads used in a thread lift, the filler naturally absorbs back into your body over time and encourages the production of collagen that helps to keep skin moisturised and boosts elasticity.
The filler subtly adjusts the shape of your nose, giving you a very natural look, but your results will depend on the skill of your doctor.
The benefits are similar to the thread lift for nose reshaping. The cost of the procedure is much lower than surgical options and it is quick and easy with little to no recovery time.
You have more flexibility with fillers and they can be combined with other treatments too. Your results aren’t permanent but they can last up to 18 months. Some patients have even found that their new shape remains after the dermal filler dissipates because the new collagen helps retain it.
What Can It Do?
A liquid nose job can help with:
- Straightening – Dermal fillers can’t straighten out cartilage, but they can help to give the appearance of straightening out a crooked or bent nose.
- Adding Volume – If you have a smaller nose that needs building up, our dermal fillers can help with that.
- Smooth Out Bumps – Dermal fillers help to smooth out any bumps that you might be concerned with.
- Refine Nose Shape – Filers can help with drooping nasal tips and noses that need more height and definition.
Which Is Better: Dermal Filler Or A Thread Lift To Reshape Your Nose?
When comparing fillers or a thread lift for nose reshaping, it’s not really a case of which is better since both treatments give brilliant results.
Many factors affect what is right for you, such as what you want to achieve or your preference for a particular procedure. The best solution is to meet with a professional who can give you all your options and advise you.
If you like the look of either our thread lift for nose reshaping or a liquid nose job, then the first thing you should do is book a consultation.
You can contact us by calling 01322 381 205, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or WhatsApp us.
We hold our consultations in our award-winning clinic based in Greenhithe, Kent, which is just 20 minutes away by train from London and 10 minutes from Gravesend.