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Why Do Boxers Have Flat Noses
Not necessarily: Always is a rather broad term and a hard standard to fit. The Down syndrome pattern usually involves a broadening and flattening of the midface and the nose does not grow forward as much as that in the non down population. The skull also tends to be more box like than oblong. ...Read more
A newborn's nose can: Be flattened from position in the womb or because (s)he resembles a family member. If concerned or curious, have your pediatrician examine the baby for other features, especially if poor feeding, low muscle tone, weak cry, trouble breathing are present. Babies with mosaic DS, Trisomy 21 in some, but not all cells, may have few features. Don't worry about asking your pediatrician if concerned. ...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
Is it possible to cause permanent deformed nasal from constant pressure? Nose has been swollen, flat and deformed looking on one side for 10 months?
It may be broken:
If your nose is no longer appearing symmetrical, especially if is looks more pushed to one side, it may have been broken.
You might compare it its appearance in an old photo of yourself. If so, you might want to see an ENT specialist. Best wishes. ...Read more
Flatness: A flatness of the bridge of the nose. See facial plastic surgeon for correction if necessary. ...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
No: Your nose shape will not negatively affect your eyes. If you are unhappy with your nose shape or breathing, consult an ENT surgeon to discuss options to reshape your nose. ...Read more
Could be genetic (look at parents), trauma when young. Disease affecting nasal septum when young.
See ENT doc or facial plastic surgeon if considering correction. ...Read more
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Can you tell me if you have a flat nose because you have not a lot of cartilage on your nose bridge can you change it without having surgery?
Nose: Yes I can answer. Answer is No. Well unless you have someone break your nose and it will be a lot flatter. ...Read more
I noticed lately that I Sleep better in my recliner chair then my actual bed. Why is it that when I lay flat in my bed my nose always Get congested?
It may be due to:
Your body habitus or just the sinus drainage.
you should discuss this with your doctor if you are heavy weight loss may improve symptoms also put a foam wedge under the head of the bed and see if that helps. Its beter to sleep in bed than have legs dependent all night in a recliner ...Read more
Can a too-flat nose be built up during rhinoplasty? My nose is very flat, without much of a bridge. Is there a way to build that up during rhinoplasty? .
Rhinoplasty: Yes. A common complaint that people have is that they don't like their nasal bridge and like it to be improved with rhinoplasty. There are a number of different techniques that can be used to either augment or reduce that nasal bridge or dorsum. Consult with a facial plastic surgeon to find out more details. ...Read more