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Which Filler is Best for Liquid Rhinoplasty?

In the past, patients who were unhappy with the shape of their noses only had the choice of a surgical procedure to correct it. In modern times, patients can opt for non-surgical nose jobs to achieve their desired appearance. You can achieve the nose of your dreams at the New York Cosmetic, Skin, and Laser Surgery Center in Manhattan.

Our state-of-the-art facility in Long Island is home to over 40 different lasers and energy-based devices. Our talented team includes double-board certified surgeon Dr. Cameron Rokhsar, who invented the process of using fillers for non-surgical nose jobs. He is very active in the work of cosmetic research and will be able to assess which type of filler is best for your nose job.

Which Filler is Best?

Many of Dr. Rokhsar’s Manhattan clients ask in their initial consultation which filler is best for them. The answer is that it depends on certain factors such as:

  • The person who is being treated (ethnicity, age, gender)
  • The patient’s desired outcome (longevity, permanency, etc.)
  • What part of the nose is being corrected


This FDA-approved filler is popular among many Manhattan patients because of its longevity, which is up to 18 months. Another benefit is that patients experience less swelling with this filler as compared to others. This is because the filler attracts less water and creates a subtler final appearance.

Vollure has the following common uses during non-surgical nose job procedures in Manhattan and Long Island:


When Dr. Rokhsar wants to create or raise the bridge of a nose, he prefers to use Radiesse, which is a thick filler. The most common use of Radiesse is to treat Asian or African American patients with low nose bridges, as they are more genetically inclined to inherit this feature.

Restylane and Restylane Lyft

Restylane mimics the effects of hyaluronic acid; a naturally occurring substance in the body. This filler has been a popular choice worldwide by surgeons for over 20 years and is primarily used for making subtle changes in the shape of a patient’s nose. Dr. Rokhsar prefers it for treating:

  • Sideway deviations
  • Asymmetries
  • Misshapen nose due to injuries

Restylane Lyft is similar to its predecessor, differing only to add more bulkiness to the treatment area.


Nose Fillers to Avoid

If you are planning on undergoing a non-surgical nose job in Manhattan or Long Island at our facility, you should be aware of the fillers that we do not recommend. These include but are not limited to:

These fillers are either too painful, not long-lasting enough, are not meant to be nose fillers, are permanent, or expand with time, which is not ideal for the nose.

Visit Dr. Rokhsar Today!

Your dream nose can become a reality very soon! Book an appointment with Dr. Rokhsar and he will help decide which procedure and fillers are best for you. Call the office today for more information.

About author - Dr. Cameron Rokhsar

Dr. Cameron Rokhsar

Dr. Cameron Rokhsar, MD, FAAD, FAACS, is the founder and medical director of the New York Cosmetic, Skin, & Laser Surgery Center. Dr. Rokhsar is a graduate of Harvard College and NYU School of Medicine. Dr. Rokhsar is double board certified in dermatology and micrographic dermatologic surgery, being one of the few select dermatologists in the country who is also fellowship trained in laser surgery. A researcher and innovator, Dr. Rokhsar is the creator of the non-surgical nose job and has been instrumental in the research and development of laser systems such as the Fraxel, CO2, Mirady, Vbeam, Themitight, and Ulthera devices. An Associate Professor of Dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC, Dr. Rokhsar actively teaches the cosmetic dermatology clinic to the resident at Mount Sinai. An expert injector of fillers, and a trainer for many companies, patients fly in from around the world to see Dr. Rokhsar in his Garden City and Manhattan offices in New York.

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