Can you break the cartilage in your nose?
Depends, If it is hard cartilage then yes; but if it is soft cartilage like what is in your ear then no.
Cartilage is the soft bone in i.e. your ears and nose. A break in this bone is a fraction.
Your cartilage is not normally broken because it is not a bone. But the cartilage can become displaced and even require surgical intervention to put it back where it belongs.
For the most part the nose is just cartilage and the bone that would break is the Vomer.
The cartilage in your nose is a connective tissue...namely cartilage.
The cartilage found in the tip of the nose is the alar cartilage.
in your nose
all cartilage can shatter. But dont worry,Theres LESS chance in getting the nose cartilage to shatter.
It is the result of the bone misalignment and healing as well as some cartilage growth in some cases. A timely procedure may leave the nose without that result.
The type of tissue that makes up your ears and nose is cartilage. I don't really know if you would consider that "connective tissue". cartilage Cartilage cartlidge cartilage cartilage Cartilage. cartilage
Cartilage can break in some instances. There are multiple types of cartilage in the body. The cartilage in the ear is an elastic cartilage, so it is much more flexible and less likely to break.
Ala of the nose is made up of cartilage. Ala of the nose means lower part of the nose. You have the pinna of the ear, that is made up of the cartilage.
Hyaline Hyaline cartilage
The ears and nose are cartilage.
There is not anything that can be done to reduce the cartilage growth in the nose. Surgery can remove or move the cartilage, but it cannot be made smaller.
It is cartilage until you get to the top of your bridge
Cartilage of septum
on you nose on you nose
coastal cartilage- related with ribs ears, nose,hyaline cartilage,etc
A nose is made up manly of cartilage which can bend unlike bone. Your ears are made up of cartilage. Your nose does have a bone in it but it is located at the top of the bridge of the nose close to the skull.
If you have a lot of extra cartilage on your nose and you are only a kid and it looks TERRIBLE how can you get rid of it?
You can get rid of it by stroking your nose. Start from the top and stroke till the bottom. Doing this on a regular basis can help. There are also many devices on the internet that help, like nose magic.. It is possible to alter the shape of your nose because it is made out of cartilage and cartilage is malleable. The younger you are the more malleable your nose cartilage is.
no, cartilage is found in places as the nose and ears.
There are no bones in the nose, only a cartilage.
Cartilage is present in the bridge of nose.
No, you don't have a nose bone. The hard surface you feel on your nose is cartilage, a kind of soft tissue. There are also cartilage on your ear. If your nose was made of bone, then you wouldn't be able to move it, same with your ears.
You could die. If the attacker hits hard enough, that spot in your nose, called the "bridge", will break. The cartilage gets forced into the brain.
There are A Couple, Major Alar Cartilage Minor Alar Cartilage Septal Nasal Cartilage Lateral Nasal Cartilage Accessory Nasal Cartilage
no, the nose is pretty much only cartilage and skin
there isn't a bone in the nose, only cartilage.
No because you cant change the cartilage in your nose
Accessory nasal cartilages Cartilage of the septum Greater alar cartilage Lateral nasal cartilage Lesser alar cartilages Vomeronasal cartilage
cartilage Skin and cartilage. Maybe wax and boogers.
Yes they do. Cartilage is also found in your nose and ears!
Ears & nose are a couple. ears are almost entirely cartilage.
No. Just cartilage.
no, its cartilage
no, its all cartilage
The ears and nose
Cartilage is the flexible tissue that supports your nose.
neither it is either a bone a cartilage ;the top part of your nose is a bone and the bottom part is a cartilage
Nose piercings generally hurt regardless of the thickness of the cartilage, due to the fact the tear ducts are connected to the nose too. But it may take a bit longer, than someone who has thin cartilage, since the piercer has to push through a few more layers.
no the cartilage is not harder than the bone. if you feel the tip of your nose or the outsides of your ear that is cartilage. it is not harder that your bone
Your nose is the cartilage structure in the middle of your face, through which you can sense (smell) scent.
your nose and ears
Your nose and parts of your ear
It is not a bone and it is called cartilage.
Your ears and the tip of your nose
Surgery is the only way to change the size of your nose in that way.