Deputy Editor of Condé Nast’s Brides Magazine UK, Claudia Waterson, approached Dr Tapan Patel back in November. Having sustained an injury in her youth (participating in a rather boisterous game of netball) her nose caused her a fair bit of insecurity.
Stepping into the shoes of a would-be bride, Waterson endeavoured to find treatments that would not only benefit her personally, but also her readers who were looking for that bridal glow, the picture-perfect look. Not just any treatment would do, however; she sought the help of beauty specialists and medical professionals alike to determine what was really worth splashing the cash, and what would really deliver the results she was after – and every bride before their wedding day for that matter!
Upon her consultation, Claudia was given full details of the risks associated with non-surgical rhinoplasty – including, most drastically, blindness. With any procedure – both surgical and non-surgical – the decision comes down to whether the individual feels the benefits outweigh the potential risks. Taking this on board, Claudia opted to go ahead and have non-surgical rhinoplasty with Dr Tapan Patel.
The procedure itself was described to be over in a matter of minutes, even if her heart was in her mouth the whole time. She states how delighted she is with the result, and how she felt ‘totally safe’ in the doctor’s hands.
If you would like to read Claudia’s review, pick up your copy the March/April edition of Brides magazine UK.
For more information about the no-knife nose job at PHI Clinic, you can visit the treatment page, where you can find before and afters, including Claudia’s. You can also visit our Instagram for more results from our non-surgical rhinoplasty treatments, as well as many more. You can also find another liquid nose job testimonial here.
Read more about Claudias journey in this Daily Mail Article