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Can I wear glasses after my non surgical rhinoplasty?

You will certainly want to take good care of your nose area after your non surgical rhinoplasty treatment. Wearing glasses is generally fine, however it’s advised you minimise contact to avoid indentations.




How long do non surgical nose jobs last?

Typically, non surgical nose jobs last anywhere between 6 to 18 months. Once the filler starts to leave the body, patients are able to have top up treatments in order to maintain results.

After the initial treatment, many patients will seek follow up treatments 6-12 months after to ensure an optimal ongoing appearance, although this is dependent on the individuals requirements. At the Cadogan Clinic, we are happy to offer advice surrounding top up treatments after the initial nose job.

What does a non surgical nose job involve?

A non surgical nose job (rhinoplasty) involves using a dermal filler to change the shape of the nose. A gel like injectable ingredient is inserted underneath the skin in the areas an individual wishes to create smoother lines or volume.

The filler settles into where it’s injected in the deep skin layers, holding its shape and changing the look of the nose. This usually lasts anywhere from 6 to 18 months, with the duration depending on the volume of filler injected into the nose, the type of filler used and variations between skin types among patients.

What can you not do after nose fillers?

Immediately after a nose filler avoid touching the area of the treatment. This is because initial swelling and redness may still be present. It’s also important not to expose the treated area to intense heat or extreme cold and not to wear excessively heavy glasses for a few days following a non surgical nose enhancement.

This is because the dermal filler is still malleable and any pressure caused by glasses or temperature change can leave indentations.

Can wearing glasses too soon cause any damage?

Yes, wearing glasses regularly within the first 4 weeks of your nose enhancement can lead to indentations in the nose at the contact point of your glasses. This is because the dermal filler is still malleable and the pressure can damage points in the nose.

That said, there is no right answer as to whether or not to wear your glasses after nose filler. You will need to keep a close eye on things in the immediate aftermath of treatment.

At the Cadogan Clinic we are able to offer comprehensive advice to patients with regards to non surgical nose rejuvenation, and how to behave after treatment. Simply get in touch with us via the contact form on our website where a professional will be able to answer any questions or concerns you may have.

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