What is it?
Medical rhinoplasty involves the injection of hyaluronic acid or botulinum toxin to fill small depressions which show a bump at the root of the nose (hump) or a deviation of the nasal septum.
Botulinum toxin, in particular, is used to act on the muscle that is causing the tip of the nose to droop.
Being an outpatient method, it does not completely replace the surgical one, and it is not always possible. When it is, however, it gives very good results to the satisfaction of the patient.