Non-Surgical Nose Reshaping With Dr. Cherry
Natural results from Dermal Fillers
At the Light Touch Clinic in Weybridge, Surrey, we pride ourselves on always achieving natural-looking results from each of our dermal filler treatments. Our doctors possess years of training and experience that gives them the knowledge and the insight into what it takes to achieve subtle results that still make a positively noticeable difference.
Dermal fillers can be used to enhance the shape and definition of your lips and cheeks, and restoring volume that has been lost to ageing over the years, rather than adding unnecessary extra volume. A procedure known as the “8-point Liquid Facelift” is also very popular among our patients as it presents a non-invasive alternative to the traditional facelift, targeting 8 specific treatment areas with stunning results.
The “Non-Surgical Nose Job”
Just when you thought dermal fillers couldn’t possibly do anything more, you might be surprised to know that this injectable treatment can also be used in non-surgical nose reshaping. Dr. Cherry at Light Touch Clinic can use our hyaluronic acid-based fillers to increase height and definition, correct bumps and hooks, and straighten a crooked nose. Dr. Cherry will assess your wants and needs at the consultation stage to determine the best course of action in achieving the nose you long for.
We use this type of filler as hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that is both safe to use and easily broken down by your body. This means that this isn’t a permanent treatment and so you aren’t stuck with the results if you’re not happy with them, although our patient satisfaction rate suggests that you will not be disappointed! Your results will only make a subtle, yet effective change that Dr. Cherry will discuss with you prior to treatment.
If you have any further questions regarding non-surgical rhinoplasty, or indeed any of our other fantastic treatments, don’t hesitate to get in touch via our contact details or online enquiry form.
Posted: 3 October 2017