This concern can also be referred to as a ‘dorsal hump’ and will be in contrast to the straightness that many people desire.
A nose that is misshapen can often display a noticeable bump. This concern can also be referred to as a ‘dorsal hump’ and will be in contrast to the straightness that many people desire. When a person is affected by a nose bump it can disrupt the overall balance of the features, as well as drawing attention to a feature that can be perceived as aesthetically unappealing.
The size and shape of the nose, as with the rest of the facial features, are inherited characteristics. The natural formation of the nose’s bone and cartilage structure will grow and develop with the individual. In many cases, a misshapen nose (including a nose bump) will continue to mature.
Another cause for a nose bump is by way of trauma, where an injury can impact and damage the nose’s structure. The body will naturally try to repair itself in this instance, and it will produce collagen at the site to help rebuild the framework. When a bump occurs, it is commonly due to the collagen fibres not repairing the site evenly.
Through the ever-evolving world of aesthetics, treating a nose bump has become a much less invasive procedure. A surgical approach, along with its painful and lengthy recovery, are no longer considered the most effective option available. The Facebible can perform a ‘liquid rhinoplasty’ (also known as ‘15 minute nose-job’ or ‘non-surgical rhinoplasty’) to improve the size and shape of your nose. This procedure applies dermal fillers at specific places to work with the internal structure so it appears straighter.
One treatment may be all that is required to create a more desirable looking feature that also helps to give a boost to your confidence.
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