12 Jun 2 Types of Nose Fillers in Singapore
Rhinoplasty is one of the most sought after cosmetic procedures, but it is far from uncommon for individuals to be scared off by the potential for complications. In fast-paced Singapore, how many of us actually have the time to sit at home for 3 months to heal after a full rhinoplasty? Solution – just do nose fillers in Singapore instead.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty, mostly using nose fillers, is safe and non-invasive, making it the perfect alternative to traditional rhinoplasty. In some circles, this alternative is called the 15-minute nose job. This treatment option uses dermal filler injections to reshape the nose.
Additionally, nose fillers is an affordable alternative. There is no downtime and no general anesthetic is needed.
Choosing nose fillers in Singapore
The most commonly used nose filler is Hyaluronic acid, including Juvederm or Restylane or the calcium based microsphere filler, Radiesse.
This type of acid is extremely versatile. It is found throughout the body of most living organisms. Its functions include improving skin elasticity and volume leading to a more youthful appearance. Juvederm and Restylane are sterile gels that are derived from non-animal sources and linked up with hyaluronic acid in the lab. No human DNA is included and they have a high safety profile, especially in comparison with other fillers on the market. It is also a reversible treatment option, and is FDA approved.
Radiesse is an injectable implant that uses synthetically developed calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) microspheres that is suspended in a sodium carboxymethylcellulose gel carrier. It is also FDA-Approved, and is delivered to the nose via a minimally invasive procedure. The best part is, the product produces results immediately upon injection. The producer doesn’t require you to have your skin sensitivity tested. The produce acts as a scaffold under the skin which gives it structure and stimulates natural collagen growth. Clinical trials produced proven results lasting up to a year in some patients.
Making your choice
Based on the explanation above, you can see there’s no real 1-size-fits-all approach to nose fillers in Singapore. As such, it is best to seek multiple consultations and make your own decision from there. Every doctor will make his or her recommendation based on what you say is your main objective. The other consideration you have to make will be price. The cost of nose fillers in Singapore can vary quite a bit depending on where you go. If you’re unsure, check clinics such as Kowayo at 1 Raffles Quay which is typically priced very competitively.
I often use this clinic’s website as a reference as it’s one of the ONLY FEW in Singapore that actually lists prices. This saves you the trouble of sending in an email or calling up only for a salesperson to hard-sell you something else. Get the information on cost fast and easy.
In closing, nose fillers are a far more time-effective means to shape and define the nose if you are tight on budget or don’t have the time luxury to hide at home for 3 months.