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Is There A Way To Get Rid Of Glasses Marks On My Nose
Best way: Is to wear contact lenses, or get lighter weight frames and lenses. ...Read more
Marks on Nose: Unfortunately there is not a good cure for the nose pad marks on the sides of your nose. You could try a frame without nose pads, such as a plastic frame. You could also consider refractive surgery to rid yourself of glasses. Ask you eyecare professional what is the best option for you. ...Read more
I have dark marks on my face that I just can't get rid of. They are mostly near both sides of my nose due to wearing glasses. What can I do?
Ecchymosis: If the marks are in fact due to constant pressure from the glasses, you will need to consider changing your glasses, using contacts or giving your skin as much rest as possible and changing the rest position of the glasses often. You can also try applying Arnica lotion you can get from health store (GNC, Whole foods, etc.) since it may be due to ecchymosis rather than PIH. ...Read more
Patience: You probably have a bruise on the bridge of the nose. Assuming that the vision is fine, there are no cuts or anything which might endanger the eye, and the nose is not fractured, then you just have to wait it out. Ice for a couple of days and then it will get better. A modest pain reliever might help like tylenol (acetaminophen) (not Aspirin as it can stimulate bleeding.). ...Read more
I have freckles on my nose like sign of glasses, even though I don't wear glasses. I used many creams to get rid of, but of no use. What to do?
Oculoplastic Surgeon: I would recommend that you consult your local oculoplastic surgeon for diagnoses and treatment. ...Read more
If a cure for myopia will be discovered and I will get rid of glasses (I wear them since 7), will I have to adjust to not wearing them anymore?
Hello sir, I usually wear gogles when go out and now I have marks on my nose due to sunglasses I wear, please help me how to get rid of that marks.
Nasal Bridge strap: A competent optician can install a little used device called a bridge strap on the glasses to distribute the weight of the spectacles over a broader area. Alternatively, light weight plastic or titanium frames can be used. Wraparound glare filters are effective but add extra weight. So consider prescription sunglasses or photo-adaptive lens material. Moisturize the red skin at night. ...Read more
I'm using glasses (3.00) for reading since last 7 years. Has any treatment discovered to get rid of glasses?
What is the best way to get rid of acne scars? I drink 10 glasses of water a day, I use aloe very every time I bathe, and I've tried almost everything
Time machine (i.e. don't do it....)?
other than that depends on how the silicone is stuck on (what adhesive you used)
find out what it is and then see if it can be removed--while not putting solvent that is dangerous in your eyes/up your nose....
don't make an annoying situation more dangerous. Good luck researching.... ...Read more
Must be seen: I am sorry, but as you must know, you are describing something and asking a question that can only be answered in person after examination. Please go see your family physician. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I'm 16 years old and have a high powered glasses. I want to get rid of them. Is there any treatment that can help?
She wear glasses, can't do laser because she has thin something, don't remember what now. Are there any alternatives to get rid of specs than laser?
Contact lenses are: Great! Cheaper too!Get a more detailed answer ›
I had a dark horizontal mark on my nose. I had been increasing. I have used many creams. But I got only temporary result. How can I get rid of that...
Dark mark on nose: Dark horizontal lines or wrinkles on the nose can be seen in people that have allergies. It is thought to come from constant wiping of the nose and pushing it up. Fading creams are usually temporary solutions which may not always work. If you have allergies, please see your doctor for treatment. ...Read more
See ENT: Need to see an otolaryngologist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
The skin above my nose bridge has been stretched and has left dark marks. How do I get rid of it?
Dark marks on nose: To be able to determine the best treatment for the dark marks you are describing, it would be best to find out what caused the stretching in the first place and if you have any medical conditions that would preclude prescribing some medications or treatments. Please see a skin specialist (dermatologist). ...Read more
Allergy symptoms: Capillary leakage from histamine release due to allergies cause the swelling. With chronic capillary permeability, red blood cells leak and stain the skin leaving a darker pigmented appearance. First have your primary care physician evaluate and if your treatments are not working then seeing an allergist for definitive treatment should be your next step. ...Read more
Hello, I have glasses and they cause me a lot of trouble while doing outdoor activities. Please help me get rid of them naturally. Thank you?
Contacts: While I am not sure there is a natural cure to vision problems but you may want to consider contact lens. These would be easier to deal with outside. I hope this helps. ...Read more
What is the best solution to get rid of a medium indention mark on nose...Is plastic surgery the best or only option?
Not necessarily: Small irregularities on the nose (and face) can often be treated most effectively and efficiently with injection of a filler such as Restylane (dermal fillers) or juvederm. Though these are temporary, they will tend to last for 6-12 months in the nose, can be injected in the office with local anesthesia, and do not require an operating room. Surgery can always be an option, but I would try the fillers first. ...Read more
I have a blurred vision, I have headaches, I read too much, do I need glasses? Sometimes I cant read correctly. How to get rid of this?
How do you get rid of small birth marks their white and under your nose it kinda looks like a crown how can you get rid of it without lazer or surgery?
Maybe tattooing?: Birthmarks are often considered permanent and besides make-up covering (instant change), there is much you can do without surgically removing it or less invasive method is now available by cosmetic laser procedures can help--less pain/scarring. If it is whiter than your normal skin, tattooing is also an option--must find a really good tattooing artist. Talk to your doc. Good luck. ...Read more