The use of dermal fillers for a nonsurgical rhinoplasty requires a medical knowledge of nasal anatomy. The deep fatty layer is targeted as it is known as the safe plan for filler deposition. Therefore, the filler should be injected exactly underneath the fibromuscular layer and above the perichondrium/periosteum layer in order to avoid a superficial injection or an inaccurate injection into the nose’s major blood vessels and artery systems [1– –5]. The advantages of a calcium hydroxyapatite filler used for nose sculpt arise from its ability to alter the shape of the nose at the anatomic region where it was positioned [6–8]. Also, when injected directly, the filler has the ability to correct aesthetic deformities without having the patient go through a complicated rhinoplasty procedure [9,10]. Moreover, it can also be used for the correction of postrhinoplasty deformities [11].

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