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Broad Nose Bridge
Broad nose: = broad nasal bridge. Here is a list of causes for relatively broad nasal bridges: http://www. Rightdiagnosis. Com/symptoms/broad_nose/common. Htm ...Read more
See your doctor: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
The wide, flat nose is commonly associated with the "ethnic" nose or contact sports. It is easy to correct with plastic surgery. Extreme caution must be exercised by choosing the plastic surgeon. Getting a good and safe result is highly dependent on the knowledge, artistic creativity and experience of the plastic surgeon.
Good luck. ...Read more
Symptom: broad nose:
The hallmark of this disorder is the appearance of a type of skin cancer known as basal cell carcinoma at or around puberty.
•heavy, protruding brow
•jaw that sticks out (in some cases)
the condition may affect the nervous system and lead to:
•seizures. ...Read more
My nose is having broad nose tip and fat from sides also any home remedy to burn fat help fast please?
There are no: Natural methods to slenderize your nose.Get a more detailed answer ›
Mostly not an issue: The only problem with a broad nasal bridge is the style of eyeglasses needed for which this bridge can provide support. If the broad bridge is in harmony with your overall face, it can be quite appealing. ...Read more
I have a 1 month baby born with a prominent broad nasal bridge. Is there something to be done at this age for this craniofacial abnormality?
May be normal: We get so used to the way older kids and adults look that sometimes we are bothered by normal variations in a newborn. The midface begins to appear more narrow as the nose begins to grow forward in middle childhood. Infants tend to be flat faced and the nasal root can be broad and normal. Discuss this with you pediatrician. There are published standards for the normal variations of these features. ...Read more
If your doctor agrees that it is indicated to help improve the appearance of your nose rhinoplasty enables adding volume and shaping the bridge (dorsum) of the nose. Using your own tissue (e.g. Cartilage) can provide excellent longterm results.
Other materials that are used for this purpose include cartilage from a tissue bank and synthetic implants. Injections can help in a more limited way. ...Read more
Flatness: A flatness of the bridge of the nose. See facial plastic surgeon for correction if necessary. ...Read more
Unsure of: What your are describing on your nose. Please repost with the missing information ...Read more
Multiple causes: For a definitive answer you should see an ENT or facial plastic surgeon for an exam. This may be genetic appearance, may be the result of infectious or allergic sinus disease or could even be the result of disease that effect small blood vessels and cartilage. Trauma could also be a factor. Please consult your physician. ...Read more
Ethnic nose: Usually flat noses are associated with ethnic patients. They are correlate with a wide nasal bridge, which often includes a wide, poorly defined nasal tip. ...Read more
Go to ENT: It could be infection. Need to be treated ...Read more
My 1month old baby has a big nose bridge. I have a small nose my husband has an average size nose. Is this normal? Or will it change by time? Thank u
Nose: Great question. Most probably will change with time. ...Read more
I have a twitchy nose bridge it's not major its just annoying it happens once a day and can last a while, or sometimes twice?
I am 240 pounds and my nose bridge is so small. Does it got to do with weight? My family have very long noses so I was thinking something is wrong.
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You need to consult with a NUTRITIONIST!
NOT a Plastic Surgeon
My opinion only
Hope it helps!
Dr Z ...Read more