Permanent Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

The most experienced permanent non-surgical rhinoplasty practitioner

Permanent Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty in Beverly Hills, CA

Dr. Kotler is one of the world’s most specialized and experienced nasal surgeons practicing permanent non-surgical Rhinoplasty. With over 40 years in practice and over 5000 nasal procedures performed. He is the most experienced practitioner of permanent non-surgical revision Rhinoplasty in the United States. Dr. Kotler is a published medical author and a highly rated teacher at UCLA and USC frequently speaking at medical meetings. He is an inventor and founder of two devices used in nasal surgery.

The “magic” of Dr. Kotler’s Permanent Nonsurgical Revision Rhinoplasty is that one sees immediately in the mirror the benefits. “What you see is what you get.” The results are permanent. Contrast this with the use of temporary fillers. There is no similarity between temporary fillers which are generally derived from collagen-like material which is destined to be degraded by the body and medical grade liquid silicone which is viewed by the body as “acceptable.” Thus it may permanently reside in the nose without any significant threat of rejection. The permanent nonsurgical revision rhinoplasty is extremely important to those patients who have had one, two, three or more unsuccessful surgical rhinoplasties. The prospect of yet another surgery with again the uncertainty of the outcome is a dim prospect for such patients. They are extremely happy to know about and then benefit from the finality of the permanent nonsurgical revision rhinoplasty. Finally, the plague is over.

Permanent Non-Surgical Nose Job Gallery

Dr. Kotler has decades of experience performing nasal and facial surgery. See our patient results for Permanent Non-surgical procedures performed by the superspecialist in Beverly Hills, CA.

About the Permanent Filler

The clear, colorless fluid is medical grade liquid silicone, the common trade name for this is Silikon-1000. The manufacturer is the Alcon Corporation, a major manufacturer of products used by eye surgeons. This explains why the original testing of the product, in the 1960s, was done to prove its safety as a “filler” inside the eyeball to push back a detached cornea. It’s safety demonstrated, therefore their generated the FDA-approval of the product. The FDA, later, issued a statement in which it declared the product safe for micro-injections into the skin. That is exactly the process used for Permanent Non-surgical Rhinoplasty and Permanent Non-surgical Revision Rhinoplasty. 

With over 70 years of success, silicone has become an essential element in medical care. Pacemakers, artificial joints, artificial blood vessels and every “ tube” placed into patients is made of silicone. Well-tolerated by the body, it is one of the great achievement of modern bio-science.

How Permanent Liquid Rhinoplasty is Performed​

The entire procedure takes less than 30 minutes to perform and is virtually painless. A prescription-strength anesthetic cream is applied to the skin before the injections to ensure patient comfort. 

After the treatment area has been anesthetized, Dr. Kotler will begin the injections. He uses a highly specialized microdroplet technique, which involves injecting permanent filler just under the skin. In response to the filler, the body creates a microscopic wall of natural tissue, which makes the enhancements permanent.

For the most precise application of permanent filler, Dr. Kotler uses a very fine needle that has the thickness of about six human hairs. This meticulous technique allows Dr. Kotler to produce superior, natural-looking results that last.

How to apply numbing cream

What Can Permanent Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Improve?

This quick procedure is a great option for treating minor cosmetic nasal flaws. It cannot make the nose smaller or alter its internal structures.

Permanent Non-surgical Rhinoplasty. Frequently chosen by patients who want to:

  • Conceal dips, divots, and depressions on the outside of the nose
  • Disguise nasal humps or bumps
  • Correct the appearance of a crooked or asymmetrical nose
  • Revise their initial rhinoplasty and correct post-op defects
  • Refine or subtly lift the nasal tip
  • Augment and elevate the nasal bridge
  • Smooth away cosmetic imperfections from a broken nose
  • Balance asymmetrical nostrils

For patients who need significant structural changes such as improving breathing and preventing recurring sinus infections and allergy problems to the nose, surgical rhinoplasty is a more appropriate choice. At your initial consultation, Dr. Kotler will help you fully explore your options and discover which procedure would best meet your expectations and preferences.

The Kotler Saline Demo

Why not do a “ test drive”, a “preview”, to see the final result in a mirror?

Before we purchase shoes or clothing, we are wise to “try them out”. We need to be happy with the fit and the look. The same principle applies when considering the permanent filler option.

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Photos - Liquid Nose JobFor patients who are unsure, skeptical or just curious about what the Permanent Non-surgical Rhinoplasty can achieve, Dr. Kotler devised the simple and practical sterile salt water injection to demonstrate the success of the permanent filler. The skin of the nose is anesthetized with an anesthetic ointment and a very tiny, short needle is used to correct the dents, divots and dips. Or, even just to show raising a too-low bridge. The saline filler dissipates within 2 hours but photos are taken before and right after to allow the patient to have a clear reminder of what what the permanent filler can achieve.

This preview is particularly important for patients who are considering or may have already had temporary fillers placed into the nose. Those patients sense the burden of perhaps life-long “refills” and are looking for a permanent solution to their unhappiness. But if one has not seen the results on a friend or family member, it is comforting to know that this quick demonstration injection session can dispel reluctance concerning the ability of this particular filler to do the job. And, permanently.

Permanent Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Photos

Permanent Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty​ Frequently Asked Questions​

No, the essence of the procedure is using micro-droplets placed just beneath the skin. The droplets are immediately walled off and trapped by nature’s healing process. Nor is the effect like a solid implant in which some potential for movement exists.

Yes, there is always a possibility of infection with any procedure, but not likely.

The cost of Permanent Non-surgical Revision Rhinoplasty or Permanent Non-surgical Rhinoplasty is generally 25% of the cost of an average surgical rhinoplasty. Unlike the temporary non-surgical option, where there is uncertain and likely non-ending cost to replace the absorbed nose filler, the cost of the permanent treatment is fixed. One fixed fee.

Unlike a majority of nasal surgeons, Dr. Kotler’s Permanent Non-surgical Revision Rhinoplasty results are truly instant. You can expect to see mirror-in-hand rhinoplasty results with little to no touch-ups required.

The recovery process for permanent non-surgical rhinoplasty is fast and easy. Once our clients leave the office, they’re able to resume all activities without discomfort, swelling or bruising. Touch-ups are rare and free of additional charge.

Performed with local or topical anesthesia to minimize potential pain, the entire treatment usually lasts between 30 minutes to an hour, and patients can resume daily activities after their procedure.

Those considering Permanent Non-surgical Rhinoplasty in Beverly Hills are invited to schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Kotler. Call (310) 278-8721 today to take the next step for a nose you’ll love.