New York Non Surgical Nose Job Using FDA Approved Dermal Fillers Launched

A world-renowned plastic surgeon based in New York City launches a non-surgical rhinoplasty treatment for patients looking to improve the appearance of their nose through dermal filler injections.

New York, United States - June 3, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

A premier plastic surgeon in New York City, Dr. Jennifer Levine launches a non-surgical rhinoplasty treatment for patients who wish to enhance their nasal shape or straighten their nasal bridge. The procedure makes the nose appear more proportional and smaller in the frame of the face.

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The newly launched treatment serves as a viable option for appropriate candidates who wish to avoid the downtime associated with rhinoplasty. The non-surgical nose job involves the use of dermal fillers like Voluma, Juvederm, and Restylane, which are usually injected to the top and sides of the nose instead of its tip or its base.

The injections are often meant to reduce depressions or dents, augment a flat nasal bridge, or reduce the appearance of a hump on the bridge. While the procedure does not reduce nasal size, patients may expect to achieve symmetry and address contour abnormalities. It can also be applied on patients who are unsatisfied with the results of a previous surgical treatment.

Individuals who are interested in the procedure may schedule an appointment with Dr. Levine at her NYC office to get her professional recommendations and determine the next steps. The process of injecting the FDA-approved fillers usually just takes about half an hour. Administered superficially, the injections do not clog and affect the nasal cavity, nor does it result in breathing issues.

The greatest benefit for those considering rhinoplasty is this procedure allows them to “try out” the look for significantly less money so they know exactly the look they want before doing a permanent rhinoplasty.

This procedure is considered one of the industry’s best kept secrets, but as more and more people learn about it, they’re able to take selfies, use apps to change the shape of their nose how they like, and bring them in to show the doctor.

For those who are not sure of which option is best for them, Dr Jennifer Levine explains when you should choose one option over another.

That explanation video can be viewed here:

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Dr. Jennifer Levine holds a unique knowledge of the face and its underlying structures as she is one of the few surgeons who are double-board certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, as well as by the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.

When patients turn to Dr. Levine for face, body, and skin care treatments, they may rest assured that she will develop an individualized treatment plan to adequately respond to their needs. The doctor adheres to the philosophy that “every individual has the right to natural, believable results that enhance one’s appearance, not create a new face.”

More information can be accessed by clicking on the link above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr Jennifer Levine
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Organization: Dr Jennifer Levine
Address: 240 East 79th street Suite B, New York, NY 10075, United States
Phone: +1-212-517-9400

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88959686

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