In my practice today, Restylane is still used for my non-surgical rhinoplasty, with a typical result shown above. It is delicate, predictable, and has the longevity of 1 year or more when used for a non-surgical rhinoplasty.
The patient above had tear trough filler, which sculpts the transition from the lower eyelid to the cheek. By treating volume loss in this area, people can get a more “rested” look.
In the picture above, I show a patient that wanted a little improvement in the corners of her mouth, which were turning downwards. These “marionette lines” can give a “sad” or “tired” look. This easing of the marionette lines is a powerful way to control shadows and improve the appearance.
The patient shown above had filler in her chin and jawline to lengthen her jawline for a more defined look. The control of the shadows that her jawline casts on her neck can have a dramatic look, and the extra dimension this adds to faces both in pictures and in person is striking.