Can a dermal filler help close a hole on the tip of my nose?

Dermal Fillers . 3 answers . 5 years ago

I have a hole in the tip of my nose , it was caused by a pimple and it does not want to close back, is there any injection to place at this point, to make the skin even and close it?

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5 years ago by Celibre Medical Corporation

A filler may be able to close the hole in your nose caused by acne. The filler solution would be temporary and there may be some alternatives that would offer longer lasting results.

- punch excision
- laser resurfacing (CO2, Erbium, Fractionated)
- dermabrasion
- subcision

All are worth checking into but not sure which one is appropriate
without seeing your case.

5 years ago by Celibre Medical Corporation (View Profile)

A filler may be able to close the hole in your nose caused by acne. The filler solution would be temporary and there may be some alternatives that would offer longer lasting results.

- punch excision
- laser resurfacing (CO2, Erbium, Fractionated)
- dermabrasion
- subcision

All are worth checking into but not sure which one is appropriate
without seeing your case.


5 years ago by Rejuve

The dermal filler may improve it depending on what kind of scar. However, I don't think it will "close" it up. You may want to consider a combination of laser ablative resurfacing and dermal fillers.

5 years ago by Rejuve (View Profile)

The dermal filler may improve it depending on what kind of scar. However, I don't think it will "close" it up. You may want to consider a combination of laser ablative resurfacing and dermal fillers.


5 years ago by Esta Kronberg, M.D.

It depends on the type scar you have on your nose. If it s an ice pick type scar it will probably not be filled. The product will just come out the hole. If it is a rolling or depressed scar it may help. Acne scars are very hard to fill with fillers.

5 years ago by Esta Kronberg, M.D. (View Profile)

It depends on the type scar you have on your nose. If it s an ice pick type scar it will probably not be filled. The product will just come out the hole. If it is a rolling or depressed scar it may help. Acne scars are very hard to fill with fillers.


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