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The desire to have the bump removed is a common reason for patients deciding to have a nose correction. A bump on nose arises because the back of the nose is not straight. Excess cartilage and bone tissue bulges outwards due to irregular growth. This phenomenon occurs relatively often. Due to the prominent position in the middle of the nose, a bump can be perceived as disturbing to the appearance of the own face. But not only the idea of beauty can speak for a nose operation, but also that the bump influences the patient’s health. In addition to breathing problems, chronic sinusitis or even nosebleeds can permanently affect the patient.Continue reading
In this case, only a nasal hump surgery helps to provide relief for the patient. It is important to find the right method of treatment depending on the initial findings and the desire for correction. If the hump is not too pronounced, the nose correction can be performed by grating off the bump in small steps. For slightly larger bumps, it is recommended to remove the cartilage tissue or bone parts with a ‘hammer and chisel’. Nose correction without surgery, where the bump is merely concealed by means of a filling material, is also gaining more and more popularity.
Duration of surgery: 1 to 3 hours
Length of stay in the clinic: outpatient or one night, depending on the extent of the treatment
Anaesthesia: general or local anaesthesia in twilight sleep
Follow-up treatment: six days with a plaster if necessary
Resumption of social activities: after approx. 14 days, depending on extent & additional interventions