A lot of surgeons seem to be against the use of fillers for non-surgical rhinoplasty. Why is this and are there ever any times when it’s a good option?
Most true improvements in rhinoplasty require reshaping of bone or cartilage. That’s something that fillers just can’t simulate. They are good for filling out small depressions or to even some contour irregularities. They are temporary though and become a maintenance treatment unlike rhinoplasty which is more permanent.