The nose is a very influential feature on the facial balance and appearance. A droopy nasal tip can interfere with the aesthetics of the nose, especially from a profile position. While rhinoplasty can be performed to permanently reshape the nose, there are non-surgical treatments that can lift a droopy nasal tip. At pēkomd® cosmetic surgery center, we offer a Botox® tip-of-nose lift at our clinic in Toledo, OH.
Botox® is a neuromodulator that can have cosmetic benefits by relaxing certain muscles in the face. Botox treatments can smooth dynamic lines, reduce neck bands and shrink masseter muscles to slim the face. Another use for Botox is reshaping the nose. The muscle that connects to the tip of the nose can be relaxed using Botox treatment. This can create a tip of nose lift to improve the overall shape. This is one of the non-surgical rhinoplasty options we offer at our cosmetic surgery center.
Liquid Nose Tip Lift
If you want to raise the tip of your nose without surgery, Botox injections are a non-invasive option for temporary results. The injections can be completed in about 20 minutes, and the results will appear over the next week. As the muscle relaxes, the tip of the nose can raise slightly, improving the nose shape and your facial profile. The effects of Botox can last for about four months before another treatment is needed to maintain the desired outcome.
Botox nose lifts can be a great way to give your nose a slightly different appearance without the expense or downtime of surgery. You can continue to have Botox treatments to keep your nose tip lifted, or you can eventually undergo rhinoplasty to achieve permanent results. We offer both procedures at our clinic near Perrysburg and Bowling Green, Ohio.
If you have a droopy nasal tip and you want a non-surgical procedure to raise your nose tip, come see us at pēkomd®. Contact our cosmetic surgery center to schedule a Botox consultation to discuss a tip of nose lift procedure. Call our clinic in Toledo, OH, to book your appointment with our board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Peter Koltz.