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We -- have that one thing we will likely change about ourselves.
For 35 year old -- -- it's our notes.
Pressing my nose I'm not satisfied sexiness and dents and crack and it.
And often pictures of shadows.
That's what you can.
-- worries it's a problem that will only get worse with age.
My father has the crack in his nose and it is the two groups that he's gotten older silent -- -- with that how it's going to progress I've.
Always been scared to get a nose job because it's permanent and that I don't like it and there's no going back to what I have.
So when a friend told her about a nonsurgical option.
-- you went to see doctor Eric Schweigert apparently it's in New York City.
It's procedure that can be -- about fifteen minutes where the patient comes in and has.
Issue with their nose a bomb or downward turn in -- -- And we -- stolen material to correct that problem.
After applying a -- on this study doctor Schweigert injects the filler.
-- -- -- -- Its -- already yes and it's made of a protein that's found in human bone.
We can physically mold the filler when it's under the skin into that place that we want to be who took Botox in in the muscle that kind of pulls down the nose.
-- that and about five days now kind of push up -- us not everyone.
To Canada for the procedure.
Possible side effects include bruising or swelling which usually goes away within seven to ten days.
The results are not permanent -- most patients need to get touch -- once a year.
But Olivia says it's worth it.
That crack it's gone.
And it's really and I can't wait to see how it progresses over the next couple days but so far it's stayed the way it is right now I think it -- happen.
For more information or for a photo console log -- to Schweigert -- dot com I'm Dr.
Manny Fox News.