A higher nose does a great deal of magic on your face. It gives depth to your features and improves your angles.
Asians tend to have lower and flatter nose bridges and therefore stand to benefit very much from simple nose fillers. (Probably why I see so many in my clinic, and also had countless happy results… Well, I do take a lot of pride in my handiwork. :))
Nose fillers can do wonders. Perhaps implants are a more permanent solution, but the trouble of having to go under the knife, the pain and the downtime may not sit so well with some. On the other hand, a nose filler only needs about 15min of your time, requiring just a few injections, to achieve your dream look. You can walk out of the clinic and return to life’s usual activities right away. For more details on how it is done, check out my previous post: For a fresher breath of air.
One limitation though: nose fillers cannot perfectly correct pre-existing deformities, although it can be attempted. A crooked nose, a beak deformity or wide nasal ala are some examples. Notwithstanding, I’ve seen those too and I must say that fillers are not completely useless in those situations either. 🙂 You gotta try it to know it.