The term liquid nose job refers to the fact that fillers can be used strategically placed in the nose to improve its appearance. It has very limited value. Plus, in my opinion, it may compromise the blood supply to the skin which may add to the risk of a surgical rhinoplasty is ever performed.
It can be used to fill out indentations, contour irregularities, and some asymmetries. It is much less expensive than a surgical procedure and in my opinion, is incapable of providing the optimal best result for a patient who seriously wants the best nose possible.
Fillers are being injected by all sorts of medical and nonmusical personnel profoundly increasing the risk for complications. Often non-surgeons, dentists, family doctors, and other non-trained board-certified plastic surgeons want to generate revenue by providing nonsurgical services.
Whenever you cut corners, you pay a price. Liquid injections into the nose are in my opinion not an adequate alternative to two surgical treatments for rhinoplasty. The results will never ever be as good as or even come close to a rhinoplasty surgery performed by me in our practice.
Good surgical treatment to achieve the best cosmetic nose result is a must. And must be performed by individuals with knowledge, experience, skill, and training. And above all the talent to do so. My advice is to save your money and have a performed by a real professional. As I always encourage, now and in the past, anyone seeking to change their nasal anatomy for the better should evaluate our before-and-after gallery