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Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Case Details - Case: 205

Your Perfect Face

Our holistic approach to facial treatments creates harmony and balance in a way that appears natural. Learn more about Dr. Mabrie's artistry and how he combines subtle but significant improvements to help reveal Your Perfect Face.

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  • Facial Dermal Fillers
  • Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
  • Restylane & Restylane Lyft
  • Rhinoplasty

Background: This woman was very happy with her face in general and in fact fairly happy with her nose. But she thought it could do a little more for her face. She really didn't want to have surgery and was open to non-surgical options.

 

Dr. Mabrie’s Assessment: “This was already a pretty nice looking nose. This is a great example of a case better treated non-surgically than with surgery.”

 

Procedure: Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty, injecting Restylane to build her dorsum, and add tip definition.

 

Follow Up: The results look great! She was very happy that she was able to receive her desired result without having to go under the knife.

 

 



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Your Perfect Face

Our holistic approach to facial treatments creates harmony and balance in a way that appears natural. Learn more about Dr. Mabrie's artistry and how he combines subtle but significant improvements to help reveal Your Perfect Face.

Full Face Treatment

Highlighted Treatments

  • Facial Dermal Fillers
  • Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
  • Restylane & Restylane Lyft
  • Rhinoplasty
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Mabrie Facial Cosmetic: David C. Mabrie, MD
166 Geary Street
Floor 1300

San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone: (415) 445-9513
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