Your nose is one of the most prominent features of your face and if, for whatever reason, you’re not happy with the shape of it, but don’t care to undergo a surgical procedure, we’re here to help with the HIKO 3D Nose Lift.
What is the HIKO 3D Nose Lift?
The HIKO 3D Nose Lift is a non-surgical minimally invasive procedure that can help raise the nose bridge and elevate the tip of the nose. Inspired by threadlifts, a surgical thread is inserted into the nasal bridge and/or the tip to help lift the nose and raise the tip. The entire procedure is done under local anaesthesia and is painless. There are no cuts or incisions and there is none of the down time associated with surgical rhinoplasty. However, as with threadlifts, you can expect some bruising and swelling.
What results can I expect from a HIKO 3D Nose Lift
There may be some discomfort immediately after the procedure, but you can return to your routine right after. Once the swelling and bruising subsides, and your nose has fully healed you will see very natural results of your nose lift that can last for up to two years.
How to get the best possible outcome from your HIKO 3D Nose Lift
Choose a qualified doctor: As with all aesthetic procedures, do your research and find a qualified and experienced doctor who will minimise any risks and side effects. While the procedure is reversible, you want a doctor who will get it right the first time. All our doctors at illumia Medical are qualified and experienced to guide you through this procedure.
Set your expectations: Each person’s facial features are different and your nose lift should complement the rest of your features. The qualified doctors at illumia Medical will be able to take into account your whole facial structure and help you understand what is realistic and achievable.
Follow post procedure instructions: Follow your doctor’s instructions and take any medications as directed. Avoid any strenuous activities, sweating, the sauna, alcohol or any medications that can increase bruising. Also avoid repeatedly touching or scratching the area as this could increase the risk of infection.