Ears & Nose




From bumps and humps to a tip that’s too bulbous or wide, the variety of problems that can affect the nose are endless. Fillers can be used to smooth out minor nasal flaws, this is called medical rhinoplasty. Surgical rhinoplasty may be the solution for long-term improvement depending on the severity of the problem. Injectables can be very useful in correcting certain nasal deformities and small irregularities and for adding height to make a hump look less noticeable.

Earlobes over time can be affected by loss of volume and in some cases by heavey earrings which can lead to drooping or splitting of the earlobe. An effective way of correcting this is to use a filler and plump up the area affected.



Mishappen nose

Fillers can be injected into the nose to smooth out imperfections to l...

Droopy earlobes

Earlobes age by sagging and growing longer. With the sagging, some e...