Headshot of Brunette Female Face With Long NoseMany times, Dr. Nima sees patients who have experienced trauma to their nose that has resulted in a break. When discussing their options, they often ask if non-surgical rhinoplasty can correct it. While the non-surgical version of the procedure may help improve the appearance of a broken nose, it won’t correct the bone or the break. In order to solve this problem, Dr. Nima recommends his patients undergo traditional surgical rhinoplasty in order to reposition and hold the bones in place by a cast to encourage healing. 

Candidates for Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

The non-surgical version of the procedure is ideal for people who want to improve the shape of their nose without undergoing surgery. Non-surgical rhinoplasty corrects indentations, bumps, droopy nasal tips, and crookedness of the nose.

During the procedure, Dr. Nima uses dermal fillers like Juvederm or Restylane and muscle relaxers like Botox, Xeomin, or Dysport to mold and shape the nose into its ideal appearance. Patients who have a broken nose should schedule a consultation with Dr. Nima at Eos Rejuvenation to discuss their rhinoplasty treatment options.

Traditional Surgical Rhinoplasty

Patients who have experienced a broken nose can benefit from a traditional surgical rhinoplasty. The surgical rhinoplasty procedures offered by Dr. Nima at Eos Rejuvenation include Revision Rhinoplasty, Deviated Septum/Septoplasty, and Functional Rhinoplasty.

Dr. Nima possesses a unique understanding of his patients’ hopes and fears and has spent years perfecting his surgical technique to achieve the ideal results for his patient and ensure the least amount of discomfort and downtime.

During traditional rhinoplasty, Dr. Nima will carefully restructure the nose through careful modification of the bone and cartilage through either an “open” or “closed” procedure. For open rhinoplasty, he will make a small incision in the columella to correct the structure and shape of the nose. This technique allows him to perform a more precise procedure and gives him easy access to the nasal bone and cartilage. A closed rhinoplasty is performed entirely inside the nose, so there is no visible scarring after healing. Dr. Nima typically chooses closed rhinoplasty for patients desiring small changes to their nasal tips and bone structure. Which type of rhinoplasty he chooses will be based on your specific needs and injury.

Dr. Nima’s advanced approach to traditional rhinoplasty prevents the need for uncomfortable nasal packing and reduces postoperative discomfort, bruising, and swelling. Beverly Hills patients are often able to return to their everyday activities within seven days after their procedure.

Choose Dr. Nima for Your Aesthetic Needs

Dr. Nima recognizes that beauty comes from within. However, a nose break can mean the reflection in the mirror doesn’t reflect what a patient feels inside. This disconnect causes self-confidence issues and can also cause self-doubt. His goal is to create a reflection you are proud of, that gives you the outward appearance you want by correcting your broken nose in a way that articulates the real you.

Dr. Nima is a double board-certified facial, head and neck  plastic surgeon and founder of Eos Rejuvenation in Beverly Hills. He has performed more than 6,000 plastic surgery procedures and has been named in the top 1% of doctors in his 20,000-member doctor community and has been honored in the RealSelf Top 100 and 500 lists for seven years.

Dr. Nima bases each client’s restoration process in such a way as to achieve a natural, youthful, and beautiful appearance.

Learn more about non-surgical rhinoplasty and traditional rhinoplasty procedures by reaching out to our friendly team.

Contact our office in Beverly Hills today to schedule your initial consultation at (310) 772-2866.