Everything to Know About Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty


In India there are many types of non sexual nose jobs available. There are those which involve only the nostrils, and others where other parts of the face like lips or chin are involved.

These kinds of surgeries have been practiced for centuries in various cultures all over the world. However, it was not until the 20th century that they became popularized in the Western World.

The most common type of non surgical rhinoplasty surgery performed in India is called “Liposuction”. Liposuction involves removing fat from your body and then using chemicals to melt it down into tiny pieces so that it can be used to make new skin.

Some liposuctions may even include injecting the melted fat back into your body.

There are several reasons why someone would want to undergo a non surgical rhinoplasty procedure. One reason could be if they have had too much facial fat injected into their face through liposuction procedures.

Another possible reason is if they have had a tumor removed from one of their nasal passages and the fat has built up around it causing discomfort or pain when breathing. A third possibility is that they might just wish to change the shape of their noses.


The price of nonsexual nose job in India is very cheap as compared to the western world. A nose job in US would cost you around $6000 but here you can get it done for just around $400.

The cost of your surgery will depend on several factors like the kind of procedure you want, whether or not you smoke or drink alcohol, your blood group and other factors like that.

The doctor will explain the additional costs to you before the surgery. You can take a personal loan to pay for the surgery as it is a very common procedure and most of the banks offer loans specifically for medical purposes.


The procedure is quite simple and easy and does not involve much hardship on your part. First of all, you need to start taking care of your health one month before the procedure.

This means that you have to stop drinking alcohol, smoking and other unhealthy activities like that.

You also need to make sure that your weight is at a good level since if you are overweight then the doctor might refuse to do the procedure as it could put you at risk. The doctor will give you instructions one month before your surgery and you must follow them carefully.

On the day of your surgery, you will have to arrive at the hospital with a companion or relative and sign some documents. Then you will be taken into a room and asked to change into a special gown and then you will be taken into the operating room where your procedure will be performed.

The whole procedure usually takes around 1-2 hours depending on what kind of procedure you are having. After the surgery is done, you will be taken into a recovery room where the medical staff will monitor your condition and make sure everything is functioning well.

The amount of time you have to stay in the hospital for depends on your health and the kind of procedure you had done.

Before you leave, the hospital staff will give you some special instructions so that you can take care of yourself after you go home. You should follow these instructions carefully to ensure the best chances of recovery.


A few days after the surgery, you might experience some swelling and also pain in your nose. This is completely normal so do not worry. The pain will gradually lessen over time but if it persists you might need to see a doctor. You will also be required to take certain medicines after your surgery so be sure to keep those with you when you go home for easy access.

The stitches will be dissolved after around a week so you will not need to get them removed. After a few weeks, you should feel much better and you will be able to breathe much more easily.

In short, you can expect your health to be much better after the surgery. Be sure to contact your doctor immediately if you experience excessive bleeding, vomiting, fever or pain.

These could be signs of something more severe so do not try to self-diagnose yourself.

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