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Old 11-16-2010, 01:20 AM   #1
 
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Question nose bridge implant & filler

I had a nose bridge implanted a few years ago. Currently, I am thinking of injecting filler to the gap between the eyes so to raise the bridge higher. Also, I would like to add filler to nose tip to sharpen & narrowing the tip.

Is it safe to add filler to the implanted nose bridge? Will it melt the synthetic nose bridge? Any concerns?


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Old 11-16-2010, 07:23 AM   #2
 
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i want the same thing as you!
i want to rise the gap between my eyes!

i found a dr that will use aquamid
but i am a bit afraid of the sideeffects!

what are the risks?

after seeing this i backed up a bit
AQUAMID DISASTER... - Aquamid review - RealSelf

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I would stay away from Aquamid I have read many horror stories and am surprised it is on the market still.

I don't think filler would "melt" the synthetic bridge but you should check with an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon to find out. I would think that hyaluornic acid based fillers would be okay but I do not know what Aquamid and others are made out of so I could see a potential for problems there.

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