Selection of Filler Material and Factors to Increase Risks After Nose Filler Application

Nose Filler Procedure (or Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty)

Risks of non-surgical nose job - Non surgical nose job with filler risks and complications - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul, Turkey - Selection of filler material for non-surgical rhinoplasty - Factors to Increase risks of nose filler injection - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul - Nose filler injection - Non-surgical nose job in Istanbul - Non-surgical nose job istanbul

In parallel with the serious increase in the frequency of nasal aesthetic applications without surgery in recent years, there are also increases in the problems that can be seen after these applications.

Nose filler procedure (or non-surgical rhinoplasty) can be performed under office conditions and is shaped by nose in 5-10 minutes. When a nasal filling is made, a filling material is injected under the skin with a needle. That is, depending on the filler material and the injection techniques, various risks and side effects may occur after application of the nose filler procedure.

Swelling, redness, infection, bruising, pain, itching after nose filler procedure ...

In the photograph above and in the photographs below, there are nose photographs of a patient who has had a nose filler procedure in another clinic and has come up with swelling, redness, infection, bruising, pain, itching ... (a lot of symptoms).

From a side view, the puffy and red inflamed areas appear in the pinhole areas on the sides of the nose wings where the subcutaneous tissue is very small and the nasal vessels are under the skin.

A non-surgical rhinoplasty using hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers is a simple application with a low risk, usually done frequently and with the right application technique and the right choice of quality products.

If you are considering nose filler procedure, your doctor's recommendation is the right one for you.


Risks of non-surgical nose job - Non surgical nose job with filler risks and complications - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul, Turkey - Selection of filler material for non-surgical rhinoplasty - Factors to Increase risks of nose filler injection - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul - Nose filler injection - Non-surgical nose job in Istanbul - Non-surgical nose job istanbul
Risks of non-surgical nose job - Non surgical nose job with filler risks and complications - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul, Turkey - Selection of filler material for non-surgical rhinoplasty - Factors to Increase risks of nose filler injection - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul - Nose filler injection - Non-surgical nose job in Istanbul - Non-surgical nose job istanbul





Risks of non-surgical nose job - Non surgical nose job with filler risks and complications - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul, Turkey - Selection of filler material for non-surgical rhinoplasty - Factors to Increase risks of nose filler injection - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul - Nose filler injection - Non-surgical nose job in Istanbul - Non-surgical nose job istanbul
Risks of non-surgical nose job - Non surgical nose job with filler risks and complications - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul, Turkey - Selection of filler material for non-surgical rhinoplasty - Factors to Increase risks of nose filler injection - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul - Nose filler injection - Non-surgical nose job in Istanbul - Non-surgical nose job istanbul



Risks of non-surgical nose job - Non surgical nose job with filler risks and complications - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul, Turkey - Selection of filler material for non-surgical rhinoplasty - Factors to Increase risks of nose filler injection - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul - Nose filler injection - Non-surgical nose job in Istanbul - Non-surgical nose job istanbul
Risks of non-surgical nose job - Non surgical nose job with filler risks and complications - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul, Turkey - Selection of filler material for non-surgical rhinoplasty - Factors to Increase risks of nose filler injection - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul - Nose filler injection - Non-surgical nose job in Istanbul - Non-surgical nose job istanbul



Risks of non-surgical nose job - Non surgical nose job with filler risks and complications - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul, Turkey - Selection of filler material for non-surgical rhinoplasty - Factors to Increase risks of nose filler injection - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul - Nose filler injection - Non-surgical nose job in Istanbul - Non-surgical nose job istanbul
Risks of non-surgical nose job - Non surgical nose job with filler risks and complications - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul, Turkey - Selection of filler material for non-surgical rhinoplasty - Factors to Increase risks of nose filler injection - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul - Nose filler injection - Non-surgical nose job in Istanbul - Non-surgical nose job istanbul



Risks of non-surgical nose job - Non surgical nose job with filler risks and complications - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul, Turkey - Selection of filler material for non-surgical rhinoplasty - Factors to Increase risks of nose filler injection - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul - Nose filler injection - Non-surgical nose job in Istanbul - Non-surgical nose job istanbul
Risks of non-surgical nose job - Non surgical nose job with filler risks and complications - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul, Turkey - Selection of filler material for non-surgical rhinoplasty - Factors to Increase risks of nose filler injection - Non-surgical rhinoplasty in Istanbul - Nose filler injection - Non-surgical nose job in Istanbul - Non-surgical nose job istanbul

When performing a nose filler procedure and choosing which filler material, it is appropriate to pay attention to the following suggestions:

• The choice of a nose filler material is the longest possible use of the active ingredient in the health field and the least likely side effect (hyaluronic acid has been in use since the earliest)

• Care must be taken to ensure that the CE marking (indicating the conformity of the product to European legislation) is appropriate on the nasal packing box, that it is suitable as a filler material, that there are marks for other quality standards

• In general, there are user manuals in product boxes with high quality fillers

• The fact that the filler injector is in the airless packaging, indicating whether the filler injector has previously been opened, and that the filler injector has a breaking sound in the retaining plastic clips when the cover is opened

• Avoiding the use of inexpensive products from the different countries (for example, the fact that the quantity is sold as "ml" may actually indicate the application of the same inflated product to more than one person)

• There are many filler brands and products in the market that contain "cross-linked hyaluronic acid". The prices of these products can sometimes be up to 1/4 or 1/3 of the quality fillings. Because of the fact that cross-linking molecules are one of the main factors that determine the price of the product during the production phase, the addition of cheap compounds from many different countries can increase the risk of allergic reactions and infections after filling.

• 1/3 lower part of your nose contains veins connected to the brain vessels. All these details need to be taken into consideration when cauterizing the nasal packing and in terms of infection or allergy. In this region, it is easy to apply filling to the upper parts of the skin volume; it is not easy to apply a filler to the lower and side portions of the nose wings.

• It may be more accurate to remember that the risks of permanent nasal fillers are "permanent" before the nasal filling is done, and that the first practice with the most innocent and least risky one is available, such as a test. For those who think of permanent nasal packing, "if not satisfied?" or "if the reaction occurs?" they have to think. As a very simple application on the internet, the nose filler application has risks as a result.

• In patients with heart disease or rhythm problems, it is advisable not to use fillers containing ready lidocaine. It may be appropriate to apply painkillers or pomades on the nose and use lidocaine-free fillers.

• The risk of side effects is very low in nose fill injections made with quality, old-fashioned materials and proper techniques.

• Some fillers (such as those containing collagen) are at an increased risk of allergic reactions and may require a pre-application skin test (new products are produced and the duration of action is longer than unknowns!)

Not all areas of the nose are suitable for filler injection!

A detailed understanding of the anatomy of the nose is very important when injecting fillers into the nose. In addition, it is necessary to be very careful when injecting fillers in patients who have had a previous nose operation and in patients who have undergone graft application. I would like to offer the following suggestions regarding this issue:

- The lower part of the nose wings and the kudal part are not suitable areas for filler injection. The reason for this is that there is a limited amount of subcutaneous area in this region and there are arterial vessels coming from here to the nose.

- The inner parts of both eyes, close to the canthus, are not suitable for filler injection. The reason for this is that this sky is close to the eye, and various vascular structures pass through this region.

- If severe paleness and a sharp-edged discoloration occur during the injection of the filler into the nose, the filler injection should be terminated. Here, there is a possibility that filler injection has been made into the vein. Before each filler injection, the specialist should check whether the needle tip is in the vein by pulling back the piston of the filler injector.

- Intense subcutaneous fibrosis and suture reactions may make filling injections near impossible in patients who have had previous recurrent nose operations or complicated revision rhinoplasty operations. In noses where there are scar areas on the skin and collapsed areas from the surface to the deep, it is simply impossible to remove these areas with filler injection and to make the skin smooth again. During the filler injection, if the injection is very difficult, the process must be terminated.

- It is not appropriate to inject a large amount of filler to the tip of the nose. Gradual injection is ideal, usually as a divided dose injection. Injecting almost all of a single filler injector into the tip of the nose may cause circulatory disorders and infections due to the pressure effect under the skin. No transaction is risk-free.

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Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon - ENT Doctor in Istanbul

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