Nose Job (Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty)

Rhinoplasty (nose Job) is one of the most desired cosmetic procedures, but many patients are frightened by the potential complications and the risk of unfavourable cosmetic results.

Non surgical nose job (rhinoplasty) using fillers is an excellent, affordable option for people who want to change the shape of their nose. Results are quick; there is no excessive downtime, no general anaesthetic and no prolonged healing.

Dermal filler is injected in small amounts and in precise locations into your skin. During the procedure, you are fully awake. You are in and out in a very short time.

The recovery time is short, with people usually able to return to work immediately after their treatment. It's best to avoid touching or applying makeup on the treated area for at least 6 hours. It's advisable to be careful with your nose in the weeks following the filler, you can generally resume most normal activities soon after.

Swelling and bruising is minimal with nose filler, and many of my patients find it a relatively pain-free treatment. The results of non-surgical rhinoplasty are also temporary, which appeals to people who aren’t sure if they want to commit to full surgery. Dermal fillers are a more affordable option for patients wanting to change the shape of their nose without spending the higher amounts needed for  surgery.


The information provided gives you a basic understanding of the procedure but it may not answer all your questions, a lot depends on your individual circumstances. This website provides guidance and is not intended to be a substitute for a surgical consultation with Mr Fahmy in Shropshire, Chester, Cheshire or Wrexham, North Wales and Mid Wales.

For any enquiries, you can email Professor Fahmy on Your consultation will be directly with Professor Fahmy and the treatment will be performed by himself at the hospital of your choice either Pulford Medical Centre,Chester (Cheshire) or Spire Yale Hospital, Abergele & Wrexham (Wales). It is always advisable to bring a friend or a relative during your consultation, as it may further assist you in any questions you may have.