The bony bump on the side of your nose
Many people may say I like how my face looks from one side but not from the other. This can be due to having a bony bump on one side of their noses. But why does this happen, and how to get rid of a bony bump on the side of the nose? This problem can be solved with or without getting plastic surgery.
What is the nasal bump?
A nasal bump is a hump that forms on the nasal bridge. It can be noticeable, especially from the side. It affects appearance, and many people do not like how it makes them look.
Is the nasal bump bony?
The nasal bump on your nose is composed of bone on the upper third of the nose. The lower two-thirds of your nose is composed of cartilage. Sometimes the nasal hump can be composed of both bone and cartilage.
Why do I have a bump on my nose bridge?
There are several possible reasons for having a bony bump on the nose. The most common causes include the following:
1- Nose trauma or injury
The body will try to recover after a nose injury due to an accident such as a traffic accident or falling on the stairs. Sometimes the nose will heal unevenly, causing a hump to form on the nasal bone or the cartilage. A broken nose could be the main cause of the dorsal hump if the nose does not heal evenly.
Sometimes it is possible to have a bony hump on the side of your nose if your parents have it. The hump may not appear till after puberty. This can be due to irregular nasal development.