An alternative to surgical rhinoplasty that offers little downtime
from 30 minutes
Avoid makeup for 24 hours
No direct sunlight, sunbeds, saunas, steam rooms, swimming for 48 hour post treatment
No sleeping on front or sides for 5 days post treatment
liquid nose job
It’s often presumed that the only way to straighten, or soften the appearance of your nose is by plastic surgery only, meaning lots of downtime, trauma and of course, money!
At Emma Hart Aesthetics we offer an alternative to going under knife with our nonsurgical rhinoplasty procedure. We inject very small amounts of hyaluronic acid fillers into the nose to help slim and straighten the bridge of the nose, lift the tip of the nose and help straighten or slim the profile. Our liquid rhinoplasty treatment creates subtle results with minimal trauma and downtime, and for a fraction of the cost of cosmetic surgery.
The treatment takes approximately 30 mins.
This for many clients is a life changing treatment, we have since treated many clients who seriously considered going under the knife in order to correct a hooked or crooked nose but have been incredibly happy with the results of our liquid nose job giving them an instant boost in confidence.
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Laura rated us 5 out of 5!
Emma is a true professional. From the moment I came to see her for a consultation, I felt so reassured with the process – her knowledge and expertise is amazing. I’m so thrilled with the results, and grateful to Emma for making it happen!
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Have a question?
The length of the treatment will depend on the area being treated and your individual treatment plan. The treatment typically takes between 30 to 45 minutes.
Swelling for up to 14 days should be expected. There is also a risk of bruising.
We apply a topical numbing agent to help ease any pain. However some clients still feel a stinging sensation as the filler is injected.
Yes for jawline, nasolabial folds, and cheeks we use cannulas and also for the nose, this helps limit the risk of complications, bruising and swelling.
Please see our in-depth aftercare advice.