Nose Injection

By | September 29, 2019

What is the Best nose injection Material?

Dermal fillers nose are gel-like substances that are injected under the skin to correct loss volume, smooth fine lines and deep wrinkles, or to correct facial contours. Each dermal filler is specially formulated to have a specific texture, density and nose injection depth, and specific fillers are more suitable for specific fillers. Dermal fillers used for nasal correction without surgery are used as nasal fillings. The desired ideal properties of the nasal filling are as follows:

  • Easy to apply
  • Low likelihood of side effects
  • Low risk of tissue reaction in the application area
  • Natural spread when applied
  • Affordable price
  • Long duration of action

In fact, it is not easy to say that it is the filling that contains all the features or “x filling is the best nose filling”; nasal fillers comprising cross-linked hyaluronic acid containing the remainder of the above-mentioned effect except the duration of action. There are many products available on the market for fillings of the nose. In order to increase the duration of the filling effect, products containing semi-permanent nasal filling and permanent nasal filling were produced. Among these products, which contain more novel molecules than hyaluronic acid and are relatively likely to have side effects, products containing calcium hydroxyapatite are denser than hyaluronic acid and may cause agglomeration or agglomeration at the site of administration immediately after administration.

Fillings containing hyaluronic acid produced in different formats all over the world are the most commonly used products for nasal aesthetics by filling method.

In February 2003, the FDA approved Restylane, a cross-linked, animal-derived hyaluronic acid. This dermal filler,

  • Less side effects
  • Relatively long life
  • Easy to use
  • Ready to get out of the box
  • No cooling required
  • Cost effective
  • The general advantages are that no skin test is needed before treatment.

There are many fillers which are of very similar structure and contain cross-linked hyaluronic acid, which are used for nasal filling, face filling and lip filling.

How many types of nose fillers?

Dermal fillers nose are injection-ready products used to fill wrinkles and wrinkles on the skin. They can also be used to increase the volume of lips and cheeks. It can be divided into three groups as temporary, semi-permanent and permanent. The fillers are made of a variety of materials and the effects and duration of action may vary depending on the type of filler. Commonly used types of nasal fillings can be briefly grouped as follows:

Collagen – last 3-4 months of action (the risk of allergic reactions is relatively high and may require skin testing before injection)

Hyaluronic acid – lasts about four to six months (in cross-linked ones the duration of action is 8-12 months)

Calcium hydroxyapatite – lasts about 18 months (lips are not very suitable as they can form lumps due to muscular action)

Poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) – the effects of injections given for several months can last up to two years.

Polymethylmethacrylate particles (PMMA) – permanent, but most risky.

Polyacrylamide Gels (Aquamid and Bio-Alcamid): Polyacrylamide is a water-soluble crystalline polymer used in soft contact lenses and Gro-Beast toys. Aquamid is approved in Europe and Bio-Alcamid is approved in Europe, Israel and Mexico. Polyalkylimide has not been approved by the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the United States. In Russia and China, polyalkylimide gels have been injected in large quantities in breast, hip and calf augmentation and facial lipodystrophy. The duration of action has been reported in various ways from one year to twenty years, depending on the volume injected.

nose tip filler
nose tip filler

Nose Tip Filler

Filling the tip of the nose with the filling is actually the most difficult one among the nasal filling applications. Filling the nose nose, nose tip wide, nose tip skin thick and nose tip support is very weak in patients, is not an ideal nose tip lift method. In general, as a non-surgical nose lift method, filling and botox can be applied to the tip of the nose. In this way, the nose tip lifting operation is more suitable for lifting large, weak support nasal tips.

The nose lifting injection can be performed using open and closed techniques. You can find information about “External Strut Graft Method” which is a different nose lifting surgery.

The price of nasal lifting surgery is usually around 5-7 times the price of nasal tip lift without surgery. It is best to decide after your doctor’s examination which is the most ideal nasal tip lift aesthetic for you. Simply lifting the tip of the nose should not be considered simple, easy and risk-free. Each nasal tip lift method should be individually tailored. It is ideal for patients with filling with nasal lifting, nasal tip support is not weak, nasal belt is not very prominent.

Nose injection with permanent filling

There are many new fillers with a permanent effect. In the case of permanent filling, there are always a few questions to consider:

The risks of permanent filling can also be permanent! (It is not always easy to surgical correction that has been injected into the tissue and has caused reaction)

If you do not like the result after the nasal filling process with permanent filling or the result is not as you want.

Among the temporary fillers, especially those containing hyaluronic acid, have been used for many years. Due to the increasing demand for dermal fillers in the field of beauty and aesthetics in recent years, in many different countries, including the Far East, fillings with different properties and prices are labeled with “hyaluronic acid on the label. Disposable, cross-linked nasal fillings containing hyaluronic acid, approved for dermal filler application, may be more appropriate for safety. When the nasal aesthetic is done using filler, the result can be seen by the patient in a much shorter time than in the conventional surgical procedures.

How often can nose fillers be done?

Nasal correction with filler or nasal aesthetics with filler may vary between doctors filling the nose. Although it varies according to the products used, hyaluronic acid filler is applied 3 times in 1 month in 0, 2 and 4 weeks in many clinics abroad.

Nasal fillings are used as disposable syringes. In general, the ends of the break is opened, closed with a mechanism that prevents air intake. Once opened, these products cannot be stored for several weeks in a healthy way. Although it is usually stored in the lid parts of the refrigerator; It is not appropriate to re-use the products that have been opened for more than 2 weeks. Generally, the remaining filler remaining from the first application within 2 weeks at the latest, if necessary to use the same application is ideal.

After the application of the nose fillers, the second application can be made after 6-12 months when the filling effect on the nose starts to decrease according to the characteristics of the filling.

Things to do after the nose rhinoplasty application!

Although the application of nasal filling does not require much restriction and precautions; The area of ​​application after nasal filling can be slightly swollen and red for 24 hours. It is advisable to avoid coffee, alcohol, hot drinks and the sun during this time. It is inconvenient to apply pressure massage to the area where filling is applied and to wear glasses if filling is applied to the nose belt. It is appropriate not to use powder-type make-up products that cover the skin on the area where the filling is applied on the nose for a few days.

Risks of nose fillers

The risks of dermal fillers nose depend on whether the process is performed correctly and the type of filler used. Permanent fillers carry the highest risk for problems, and some practitioners agree to avoid permanent fillers as the best risk mitigation.

General risks of dermal fillers include:

  • Rashes, swelling, itching and bruising
  • Infection
  • Agglomeration under the skin
  • As a result of the intravenous filling material, tissue damage occurs

Nose fillers, is cheaper in Istanbul than in other countries, so it makes foreign patients prefer it as in cosmetic surgery. Fillers are produced abroad also come to Turkey; application fees are much more than abroad.

When the nose injection or nasal tip rhinoplasty can be done after the nasal filling?

If you are planning a forward-looking nose aesthetic surgery and considering this process in the long term, not in the short term, the products that you may prefer for the nose filling are hyaluronic acid derivative and it is ideal to perform the nose operation at least 1 year after the filling procedure. It may cause misinterpretation in nasal aesthetic surgeries in the early period after nasal filling. It is of course more accurate to perform nose-nose surgery or nasal tip surgery without filling. Injected products in nasal tip lifting operations without surgery may cause misinterpretation during surgery or swelling mixed with tissue edema. In patients who undergo nose shaping with permanent filling, cleaning and filling process may be problematic during the nose aesthetic surgery, and the healing process may be adversely affected.

Will there be pain after nasal filling?

During and after nasal filling, pain may vary depending on the injection site, the amount and characteristics of the injected filler. These pains, which are usually in the form of a small bite, can go away for the first few hours after the procedure. The pain during nasal tip filling may be greater than the pain during injection into other areas of the nose. Although pain relief is less in fillers containing painkillers; It should be noted that side meat may increase the frequency. Pain relief creams generally applied to the field of application reduce the amount of pain.

Recommendations for swelling after nose fillers

After the application of nasal filling, varying amounts of swelling may occur. It is beneficial to apply the product such as Etflam K gel which eliminates edema immediately after filling. In addition, edema after nasal filling – recommendations for swelling can be listed as follows:

  • Avoiding exercise and physical activities to increase blood pressure in the head area after filling
  • Avoiding heat contact with the face which may affect tissue edema after nasal filling
  • Bleeding may affect the clotting time for a few days after nasal filling, not to consume too much products such as garlic, chili, cherry
  • No exaggerated massage after nasal filling, which may cause temperature rise on the nose
  • During the first few days after the nasal filling, it is advisable to avoid sun rays coming upright on the nose, wearing a hat or not going out during those hours.
  • Patients with excessive tissue edema after nasal filling may use the Enfla-C tablet, which is normally used in nasal aesthetic surgery and can be used as an adjunct to the treatment of bruising – edema when taken orally.
  • Patients with excessive tissue edema after nasal filling can also lie in the upper body of the body for 30-45 degrees above the first few days during sleep, reducing the possibility of blood pressure and edema in the nose.
  • Patients with excessive tissue edema after nasal filling may have a cold application on the nose, cheek and upper lip area for 20 – 30 minutes and a cold application on the first day with a break of 20 – 30 minutes.
  • The following three recommendations are rarely required. Tissue edema and nasal swelling can be expected when excessive filler is injected.
  • Redness after nose fillers

Needles with a very thin diameter are generally used in the nasal filling. Depending on the needle entry and the injected filler, redness, sometimes small bruising, and swelling may occur. In patients with allergic and skin reactions, it is appropriate to initially apply a limited amount of filler injection and then continue injection. Following the procedure, it may be appropriate to store the injected filler catheter and store it and note that the redness and tissue reaction do not result in the subsequent filler. In order to reduce the risks of tissue reactions, infection and filling, the use of special single injector packaged products for dermal filler application and correct application methods are important.

There are also clinics recommending antihistaminic tablets (allergy medicine) and clinics recommending edema and anti-bruising gel in patients who develop redness after filling.

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