The shape of the nose often defines the facial structure and is sometimes the most noticeable aspect of our facial appearance, so if we are not happy with it, it can make us feel ill at ease in face to face interactions with others. Whether its crooked, has a bump or dent or is just too long there are ways to enhance and reshape the nose

Sat at the center of your face, the most prominent facial feature is the nose, as it projects itself outwards to greet anyone that looks at you and it's one of the first things that people see when you meet face to face. It's an important aspect to the overall facial balance and a well-formed nose can keep the shape of the face in proportion, while not distracting from other features.

Noses come in all shapes and sizes:

Celestial Nose

It's thought that a celestial, or turned up nose is one of the most attractive of nose shapes. An upturned or concave nose points upwards at the tip instead of downwards. It could be a small or big nose but has the tip rising, enabling you to slightly see the nostrils.

Nubian Nose

This type of nose shape is often very long with a narrower bridge, wide nostrils and has a base that is very wide. It's common among certain ethnic groups.

Roman Nose

A Roman nose is also known as a hook or aquiline nose. The prominent bridge points downwards at the tip, but not as much as the hawk-shaped nose. The word aquiline comes from the Latin word Aquilinus, which means eagle-like, likening the nose to the curved beak of an eagle.

Hawk Nose

This type of nose has a deep hook at the tip, pointing downwards towards your lip. The shape of the ridge is often curved. Viewed from a profile, it is much like the beak of a hawk, hence its name.

Snub Nose

A snub nose is short, small and does not usually protrude to any great extent in any particular direction. This nose is small, sloping up at the tip, so that the nostrils are visible. The Snub nose is small and button-like with a slight widening that gives it an adorable look.

Greek Nose

Greek noses are perfectly straight and generally have narrow nostrils. The Greek nose tops the list as the most beautiful of nose varieties and fashion and catwalk models typically have this powerful feature that complementes the rest of their face.

A well-done non-surgical rhinoplasty using dermal fillers can subtly enhance your features and restore facial harmony if your nose is:

  • Slightly crooked.
  • Hooked and requires straightening.
  • Needs a bump on the bridge of the nose softening.
  • Needs the nasal tip droop correcting.

Dermal Filler, is a genuine alternative to a surgical rhinoplasty. The goal is to create symmetry in your face, and this non-surgical nose job is ideal for clients who are associate to have traditional surgery. A numbing cream gets applied 20 minutes before the procedure, then the dermal filler is expertly injected into the selected nasal areas. This filler does not migrate or lump together in the tissues and when it does break down, 8 to 10 months later, it does so symmetrically and evenly.

A non-surgical nose job is a simple and quick procedure, requiring a high level of ability from the cosmetic physician. The results are instant and you can return to work the next day with your new improved nose!