Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty: Dr. Devgan Answers Your Questions

One of the most frequently asked questioned about a non-surgical rhinoplasty, otherwise known as a non-surgical nose job, is whether the fillers make the nose appear wide or bulbous from the front view.

Dr. Devgan's before and after pictures on her Instagram page show that a non-surgical rhinoplasty can make the nose appear smaller, pronounce the tip, and give it a slope; all qualities that make a nose look flattering on the face. However, since a non-surgical rhinoplasty uses injections to achieve the look that the patient wants, ideally, many would think that this procedure makes the nose look larger than before.

 Before (left), after (right).

Before (left), after (right).

 Before (left), after (right).

Before (left), after (right).

Dr. Devgan uses micro-droplet injections to use the right amount of filler and to never over-use. This helps patients fill the areas in their nose to make it appear smoother and more refined. 

Not only do the profile views of Dr. Devgan's non-surgical rhinoplasty patients show that the micro-droplet procedures do not make the nose look larger or more pronounced, but the front view also shows the nose to still remain slim without appearing wide or bulbous.

 Before (left), after (right).

Before (left), after (right).

 Before (left), after (right).

Before (left), after (right).

A non-surgical rhinoplasty takes two minutes and lasts one to two years. It involves no surgery, incisions, scars, or downtime. A non-surgical rhinoplasty can help patients achieve tip elevation, nose refinement, correct the appearance of dorsal humps, and much more.                                                                                                                                                 

 Before (left), after (right).

Before (left), after (right).

To schedule a consultation with Dr. Devgan in her New York City office, please e-mail office@LaraDevganMD.com or call (212) 452 2400.