My nose bridge is not that high, and would like to know solid ways to help support and reach the full potential of my nose bridge growth. I take vitamin and mineral supplements as well as a healthy balanced nutritional diet. I exercise too but my nose bridge doesn't to be high. Calcium and vitamin D was never a problem in my diet, though it doesn't seem to be helping much. Is there any facial exercises or whatnot, that can do something to increase the growth of my nose bridge? Maybe, increasing the blood flow in my face or something like that. I believe that there are ways in increasing the length and density of my nose and would love some advice.
Both the size and shape of your nose are genetically determined. Most doctors and researchers agree that there are no medically approved procedures or exercises to change the shape of the nose, aside from surgery.
Plastic surgery might be needed if you want to elevate the bridge of your nose. However, before you make your final decision you might want to consult with a plastic surgeon about the possible complications from the surgery.
Immediately after the surgery you might have problems with breathing through your nose because the nasal tissue would probably be swollen. If the problems with breathing continue after several weeks that might mean that the air flow is disrupted and revision of the nasal cavity might be needed.
I would like to know how old you are. If you are fully grown, the nose is now stable and will not change as a result of ingesting any medications, prescription or non-prescription.
There is one non-surgical way to raise the bridge: using fillers. Some are permanent. These are injected through the surface of the skin (which has been numbed) with a fine needle. The filler is deposited between the bone or cartilage and the skin. By raising the skin, there is a higher bridge. These techniques are not new, not experimental. Very mainstream. Since 1950, permanent fillers have been available for such injections.
I am a 35 year old guy I have an assymetric face
both sides of my face look different
I am wondering , how much does it cost or the what budget am I looking at, to have a surgery, for an assymetric face please at a good plastic surgeon
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