I'm "okay" with how my nose looks from the front; The only thing that seriously bothers me is the fact that I can notice my "little bump/hump" in pictures. I don't remember having it when I was a child, so I'm wondering if it came from me wearing glasses (i.e. my glasses putting too much pressure on that part of my nose). The hump is right where my glasses sit, so if that were the cause I would assume that it just developed over time. I'm hoping it can be easily fixed.
Can I Get Rid of This Nasal Hump Without Surgery? And if Not, What Must Be Done to Have a Better Profile? (photo)
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Nasal Humps and Bumps
The highest part of the nasal bride, often referred to as the Hump or bump, is usually the result of inherited traits, prior accidents, or both. To flatten out this area, which is usually made of both bone and cartilage, requires surgery to do it permanently and accurately. There are temporary procedures, such as using fillers, but this can be unpredictable and short lied. Some fillers can cause inflammatory reactions and leave you with permanent damage to the skin.
The best advice is to visit with an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon to discuss what your best options are.
Web reference: http://www.rhinoplastyexperts.com
Rhinoplasty without Surgery
It appears you have a slight hump on your nose. This can be softened with some filler above and below to make it appear straighter. Use a hyaluronic acid filler such as Restylane or Juvederm for this. In the hands of an experienced injector this can make a powerful change in 10 minutes. Hope this was helpful.
Yes. I have seen the weight of glasses cause thickening of the kind you have.
But normal development can too.
Recently long lasting fillers have been used to smooth out small nose irregularities. They can work nicely. They do need to be repeated every year or so.
Do not use a permanent filler. If it doesn't work, it's hard to remove.
See a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon or ENT Surgeon for a full nasal evaluation to find out if a filler is a good step for you.
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Nasal Hump reduction
You have 2 options available to you:
- Surgical: That is a formal rhinoplasty to removed the hump and reshape your nose
- Non-Surgical: This involves a filler injected lower than the hump to camouflage the hump. This of course is a temporary solution which needs reinjecting about once a year. You can ask your surgeon to inject saline in the area which gives a very quick augmentation, if you like it, then you can proceed with the filler.
I hope this helps and good luck.
Filler and hump
A small hump may be camouflaged with filler but they are not permanent. usually a rhinoplasty can take care of it permanently.
Removal of Nasal Hump Without Surgery
Nose naturally change as a child matures; your glasses did not cause the hump. Surgery is necessary to remove that hump permanently. Fillers can be used to straighten your profile but remember that this will be temporary and make your nose bigger.
Dermal filler can be used to camouflage a bump on the nasal bridge in the office without surgery
Dermal filler can be used to camouflage a bump on the nasal bridge in the office without surgery. The treatment is temporary but will provide the results that you're seeking without surgery. A small amount would be injected above the bump and below the bump between it and the tip of your nose. From the limited images it does appear that you have a deep radix and putting some filler above the bump in this area will also refine the appearance of your nasal profile.
Thank you for your question.
Stephen Weber MD, FACS
Web reference: http://weberfacialplasticsurgery.com/facial-dermal-fillers/
You may be a candidate for a Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty to minimize the appearance of the bump on the bridge of your nose.
I read your concerns and reviewed your photos:
In my practice, a small profile bump like yours may be managed without nose job surgery by injecting filler above and below the bump. My personal preference is to use Silikon-1000, an off-label filler for permanent results.
Hope this helps.
Web reference: http://nonsurgicalrhinoplasty.net/
How to soften bump on top of nose? (photo)
This small "hump" on top of nose is NOT from your eyeglasses. In agreement with other responders, the simplest fix is injectable filler above and below the rise. Aquamid is very long lasting and has a natural texture. Radiesse, Juvederm, and/or Perlane/Restylane also possibilities. Rhinoplasty is the alternative.
Web reference: http://www.feelbeautiful.com
Fixing a small nasal hump
The facial skeleton usually doesn't finish developing until sometime when you are in your teens. about 14/15 years for girls and 16/17 of boys. Its not until that time that you can see a nasal hump develop. Most of the time it is genetic although sometime a trauma like a broken nose can cause it. It is unlikely to be caused by glasses.
There are two ways to address a small hump on the nose. It can be camouflaged by injecting fillers around it to soften the contour. Or it can be filed down surgically in the operating room. Fillers are usually temporary and can last about a year or sometimes longer. Surgery will fix it long term however requires more time to recover.
Web reference: http://www.drhamawy.com/face/rhinoplasty-westchester-ny/
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