Saddle Nose - Causes and Treatments
Everyone has their unique facial features, let's say the different shape and size of the eyes, lips, and nose. Like the nose, the shape and size of the nose is closely related to ethnicity and genes. From the bridge that is high and short to the tip which is large or too down. Also, have you ever seen someone's nose bridge look uneven and 'wavy'?
Through this article, the definition of a saddle nose, the causes of a saddle nose, and solutions to improve a saddle nose will be discussed!
Saddle Nose Deformity
Saddle nose is a condition where the bridge of the nose looks 'wavy' or unevenly straight. Generally, this condition is caused by a loss of height in the nose's bridge resulting crooked, protruding, and wavy bridge look . This saddle nose condition is usually closely related to problems with cartilage.
Causes of Saddle Nose
Although it has been mentioned that the condition of the saddle nose is related to cartilage. There are several things that can cause a saddle nose, including :
Injury or trauma to the nose
Post nose surgery
Saddle Nose Treatment
In fact, there are several options for correcting a bumpy and wavy nose. To some people, the problem of a crooked nose does not have a bad impact on the function of the nose. However, aesthetically, this condition looks unattractive, especially when viewed from the side profile.
Rhinoplasty or 'nose job' is a surgical term related to changing the shape of the nose to be slimmer, taller, and neater according to the patient's wishes through a consultation and agreement.
If you have a saddle nose problem or a bumpy nose but do not want to undergo surgery, then non-surgical rhinoplasty is the effective solution for you. At IORA Clinic, our professional doctors are able to repair the condition of the saddle nose without injury and downtime. Also, the procedure takes 30 minutes only and the result is immediately shown.
what is non-surgical rhinoplasty?
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that is known to utilize dermal fillers in the process. The use of fillers as a non-surgical procedure serves to correct facial features or enhance the appearance safely and effectively. Moreover, dermal fillers have become the mainstay of treatment for the nasolabial folds, chin, lips, as well as perioral area, including the middle face and nose.
Not only improving the bumpy nose bridge, nose fillers can also improve several conditions such as:
Correcting the nasolabial angle
Improving nose's width, height, and contouring the dorsum, including the supra-tip area
Reshaping the nasofrontal angle, position, and height of the radix (top of the bridge of the nose)
Balancing the nose in other facial features to have a harmonious look
Not just filling in the filler, in reshaping facial features, skills and techniques possessed by a doctor will produce a different result. So, make sure you choose a trusted doctor and consult your desires or needs clearly.