Every time we post a Liquid Rhino side view, there are always a few of you who ask what it looks like from the front. By and large, it's the same - but whenever there are open book deformities or cartilage irregularities that bother the patient, when they look in the mirror.... We address these too.
This Californian patient was sporting the aftermath of a poorly done surgical rhinoplasty. Her nostrils were uneven, and there was not only uneven cartilage but scar tissue from the surgery. Post surgical work is high risk, as the blood supply to the nose is always compromised. As such this should only EVER be performed by an extremely specialised medical professional. Our triple board certified facial cosmetic surgeon, Dr Kevin, was perfectly placed for the job. We warned our patient that it may take several sessions to get the look she wanted. Although this isn't typical of our liquid rhinoplasty patients - extra care and stealth was needed here. Dr Kevin checked her capillary reflow, before, during, and after the procedure. He only moved forward, injecting and aspirating .... each bleb of filler, when he was satisfied the nose was healthy. As such, we were lucky enough to have completed a satisfactory result in one sitting, as only 0.4cc of Refyne was used. By no means was this an easy feat.
Our patients nose was full of dense, fibrous scarred tissue that made it impossible to inject into in places. The trick was working around this, whilst completing our checks, and keeping her healthy. We have performed thousand and thousands of these over the last decade, and never once - NOT ONCE - have we ever had a safety issue, ischaemia, vascular compromise, nor occlusion in respect of this procedure. Dr Kevin is an experienced surgeon, and his facial anatomy knowledge is second to none.
The final, incredible result shows a slightly smoother alar rim (nostrils) and the nose appears naturally uniform and smooth. This was performed in Beverly Hills, and Dr Kevin will be performing the same in the new NYC office on Fifth Avenue, all of next year. Please see comments below for how to book in.