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Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Part 1: Different Approaches

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Part 1: Different Approaches
Approaches to Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Non-surgical rhinoplasty (or simply NSR) is ideal for patients who do not want to experience the complications and downtime associated with conventional surgical procedures. It is also used when a surgical procedure is not needed. Reshaping the nose with a soft tissue augmenter e.g. hyaluronic acid, NSR is able to deliver dramatic yet natural looking results. In this article, we will discuss about the techniques to perform non-surgical rhinoplasty treatments. We will also discuss about the anatomical considerations of a NSR, while exploring its potential risks and complications (and the best ways to manage and prevent these). Plus, this article will provide tips on how to achieve successful treatment outcomes. Key considerations of a non-surgical rhinoplasty It may be difficult to non-surgically elevate a hard and thick fibrous tip that cannot move when pinching the nasolabial junction. Consider a surgical solution instead ...

Stylage vs Juvederm: What is the Difference?

Stylage vs Juvederm: What is the Difference?
Stylage and Juvederm are brands of hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers. Stylage is developed and produced by Vivacy Laboratories, a global pharmaceutical company based in France. Juvederm, on the other hand, is a product of the Dublin-based Allergan. Stylage has been approved for use in the United Kingdom since 2011. The Stylage collection consists of Stylage S, Stylage M, Stylage L, Stylage XL, Stylage XXL, Stylage Special Lips, Stylage Hydro and Stylage Hydromax. Some of the most popular Juvederm products include Juvederm Ultra, Juvederm Ultra Plus, Juvederm Voluma, and Juvederm Vollure. In this article, we will review the similarities and differences between Stylage and Juvederm in terms of their uses, active ingredients, durability and prices. Stylage vs Juvederm: Which one should I use? 52 What is the difference between Stylage and Juvederm? Which filler is best for wrinkles treatment and lip enhancement? asked Jan 22 '19 at 20:07 Dermal ...

Esthelis vs Juvederm Similarities and Differences Explained

Esthelis vs Juvederm Similarities and Differences Explained
Esthelis vs Juvederm: Which One if Better? Juvederm and Esthelis are some of the most popular injectable fillers used for aesthetic purposes. Both Esthelis and Juvederm are administered via minimally invasive injections, and are considerably safer compared to surgical aesthetic procedures, which tend to be invasive in nature. Juvederm is developed and manufactured by Allergan, a Dublin-based multinational pharmaceutical company. Esthelis is a product of the Switzerland-based Anteis S.A. (a subsidiary of Merz Pharma). Juvederm is indicated for the treatment of moderate to severe folds and wrinkles, including nasolabial folds. Similarly, Esthelis fillers are also used as a corrective treatment for facial wrinkles and fine lines. Despite having similar indications, there are some substantial differences between the two hyaluronic acid –based formulations. Active ingredients Esthelis fillers are made of non-animal, five-phase cross-linked hyaluronic acid using the Poly-den ...