Nose Inserts can be Alternative to Rhinoplasty

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Rhinoplasty and injections can be costly, but those looking to change their look on a budget may want to ask about inserts and splints as an option:

"One of the major concerns of people who contemplate getting a nose job is the cost. Rhinoplasty procedures usually costs around $6,000 to $8,000, which is quite expensive. Another apprehension is the procedure itself.
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Since the patient will have to undergo surgery, general anesthesia will be applied. The risks will always be there. That is why you need to be healthy to qualify for this procedure. You will also need a long recovery period. The swelling might even take up to a year to subside. The result is also permanent; so in case you are disappointed with the outcome you will need another operation to get your desired result.

If you are one of those, who want to have a better-looking nose but could not afford rhinoplasty, or if you are having second thoughts on surgery, you can choose to have a non-surgical nose job. One of the more affordable methods to reshape your nose without going under the knife or getting an injection is the use of nose inserts or splints. This splint is placed in the inner edge of each of your nostril. Nose inserts are great for drooping and wide nose; this will make your nose look straighter and narrower. If your goal is to straighten your crooked nose or make it look smaller, non-surgical nose jobs is not the procedure for you, better to consult your doctor for advice."

Read More: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/6120904/nonsurgical_nose_insert...


 
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