I don't know if this will help, but they've made these things that you can put on your nose and shape it if you do it regularly. You can flatten your nose bump with it. Just type in nose shaper in Google, it should come up. Best part is you can do it at home and there is no need to visit a doctor for it. Hope this helps, but remember that you shouldn't worry too much about things like that, there are bigger problems in this world.
Rhinoplasty is dangerous because of risks such as infection, loss of the sense of smell, bad reaction to anesthesia and excessive bleeding. Sometimes you may end up needing revision rhinoplasty. Also there are many reports of depression after this kind of surgery.
Use an eye shadow that is a little darker than your skin, and put it on the sides of your nose to make it look thinner. An eyeshadow with a slight green tint will help minimize the appearance of depth around the edges, thus creating a smaller appearing nose.
Buy a thing of powder that's two or three shades darker than the powder you put on the rest of your face, and brush it on the sides of your nose.
I used to do make-up and costume design for theater. The advice above is spot-on: you want a color a few shades darker on either side of your nose. To make your nose look even thinner, use a color a few shades lighter than your skin right along the top of your nose, down to the "ball" --the part that sticks out the most. If you're trying to create a curve to your nose, ie, make the bridge seem like it sticks out less, use the same color that you used on the sides and blend it--gently!--over the bridge, then apply the highlight color just to the ball and blend thoroughly. Less is more here: in Theater, we heap the makeup on so that the audience can see it under the bright lights. In the real world, you want to go very easy on it. If you use too much, or too dark a color, your nose will just look dirty.
Make sure the foundation and concealer you use is Matt making your nose appear less shiny and less attention will be drawn to it, also make your eyes, cheeks stand out that way the attention will be drawn to your nose. I have a fairly large nose and just for the past year what I've been doing is taking blush, and rub it gently up and down the nose. but don't touch the sides at all, this will make your nose appear thinner and more narrow than big.
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Another way is to draw attention away from your nose, all you need to do is to apply more make up to your eyes.
Rhinoplasty may be performed for reasons which are purely cosmetic, purely reconstructive, or a combination thereof. Reconstructive or medically-necessary reasons conventionally include nasal breathing obstruction and traumatic, congenital or severe developmental deformities. Septoplasty also may be performed cosmetically, as part of internally aiding correction of an external cosmetic deformity, or as reconstructive, in order to improve nasal breathing and deformity as part of the reconstructive rhinoplasty. The determination of whether either rhinoplasty or septoplasty are cosmetic or reconstructive (medically-necessary) is made by your surgeon based upon your reported medical history, your nasal symptoms and your surgeon's documented findings upon examining your nose.
The determination of whether your insurance, or any other third party, will pay for the expenses of a proposed nasal surgery will be based upon the surgeon's documentation supporting the criteria of your covered benefits within your individual insurance agreement. Felony fraud, or conspiracy felony fraud, only applies if you, or your surgeon, should choose to intentionally misrepresent information in efforts to gain third-party payment for surgery expenses when the criteria for coverage are absent.
If you and your surgeon have accurately described and documented your reasons for proposing nasal surgery, then you may confidently submit any documentation in support of your insurable claim. Before undertaking medically-necessary surgery, I would strongly recommend that internal and external preoperative nasal images be submitted, along with a pre-determination of your coverage, to your insurer for the proposed procedure. Preoperative or postoperative denials of coverage, without both written and preoperative image documentation, for later review or appeal, are very difficult to overcome. Appeals for coverage of claims are first made, with the assistance of your surgeon, to the third-party insurer medical review process. If you believe your claim is being repetitively denied, without merit on the part of your insurer, a final investigation and appeal for third-party coverage of your claim may be conducted by either your state's insurance commission or state medical licensing agency.
My own cosmetic surgeon would not do both at the same time because he said it would border on insurance fraud. So I got my septum fixed and said heck with the nose-job.
Peter O'Toole had to have 2, one in the late '50s due to a sport accident and one in the early '60s to look more like T.E. Lawrence for "Lawrence of Arabia"
if your nose is exposed to a certain amount of pressure for a long period of time continuously then the cartlage will not keep in the amount of water it normally has and shrink in size effectively shrinking your nose.....75 percent of nose is made of cartilage so it makes a good difference
No. can you feel your feet growing? i didn't think so.
Corrective makeup is the use of foundations, powders and concealers to even out skin tones, hide blemishes, and to make other facial features appear smaller, broader or thinner (ex: cheekbones, nose, and lips). Depending on what you want to change about your nose, you�ll apply a different �shading� technique using various shades of foundation.
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While nose jobs are performed on people of all ages, most plastic surgeons do not perform nose jobs before the age of 16 for girls and 18 for boys. Plastic surgeons usually wait for facial growth to be complete before performing a nose job on a teenager.
Why would a teenage want or need a nose job? Self-image and appearance are very important to teenagers. Images in magazines and on television have increased the pressure for teens to look like Hollywood actors and actresses. Most plastic surgeons agree that teenagers should wait to get plastic surgery, unless they had cosmetic trauma to the nose (which impacts the proportion of the nose to the rest of the face) or the function is impaired. Even still, parents should talk to their teen about their concerns and try to address their real issues, such as fitting-in and looking good compared to their peers, before they consider a nose job. If a nose job is necessary, make sure you have researched the benefits and risks with a plastic surgeon. Also consider using a surgeon that works with children frequently and relates well to your child. Consult your family doctor for a referral.
Additional things to consider:
* Is the problem cosmetic or functional? A cosmetic issue may be eliminated after some additional growing. A functional issue, like a deviated septum, may require the procedure. Discuss your options with your surgeon.
it could be an old rash or cut . has s/he had a cold recently because i know it sounds horrible but s/he might have picked there nose and the bogie might have gone hard so as she picked it it has cut it was this any help if so post back thanks joes
Other than pierced ears, a minor may not be pierced or tattooed in Maryland.
You're always taking risks when going under the knife. And, no one is perfect...even the top surgeon could mess up. It's not advised that teens undergo cosmetic surgery. Reasons: 1} Some teenagers aren't finished developing, and this certainly includes changes in the facial area. Getting rhinoplasty done at this time could put you at risk for an unsuccessful operation and the outcome could be gruesome, making you wish you never even considered going under the knife. I've heard horror stories of teenage girls who went in for the surgery at the wrong time, and came out with a disproportioned nose, and the desired effect they wanted didn't take place. Even when you are an adult, your face still changes due to weight gain, weight loss, general aging, etc. This, too, can ruin a new nose. 2) Death is another risk. All it takes is inexperience (but like I said, experienced surgeons are capable of making mistakes as well) and one wrong move to hit a major artery and cause you to bleed to death. This risk is greater for teens more than adults. Though, keep in mind, ANYTHING can happen! 3) If you're not dead, which would be the worst possible outcome, and the surgery happens to go wrong, such as the surgeon using contaminated instruments, infection would most likely set in. One very serious infection that is common when being operated on with unclean instruments is Staph Infection (aka, flesh eating disease). This could result in: deformation of the nose and even death. There are many other infections, not as serious, that can alter the new nose as well. 4) Dissatisfaction. Oops. The surgeon messes up, what to do now? Either you can deal with it and regret the whole surgery all together, or pay a hefty amount of cash (again) to have it fixed, which can also go wrong or make things worse. 5) If you can't keep mum about the surgery, your reputation could be at risk. Family and friends might not like your decision and decide to give you the could shoulder. Some might be jealous, and others might think that you aren't being 'true.' But, it's up to you. If they can't accept that you want to make an improvement on your face and your self-esteem, then maybe they're not worth your time. Don't forget, even if you keep as quiet as possible, sooner or later people will notice the difference. Look at this as the, "Don't ask, don't tell" type of thing. If someone wants to know, tell them the truth. If they don't ask you about the alteration and just make a comment on it, let it be. Let them think what they want. The conclusion: Do your research first. If you are very serious about this procedure, look around for reputable surgeons in your area. Ask them questions and whatnot. If you have a bad feeling about him/her, just say "Good day" and step out. Find someone else, even if they happen to be out of your area or in a different state, the trip will be worth it. Most importantly, ask yourself if this is REALLY what you want. Regrets are another possible risk.
Chronologically, damage accumulates faster if you tend have a mindlessly aggressive style and fall into the evergiving instinct to rush forward and tear off a guy's head, because you'll be much more susceptible to the jab or counter cross coming straight forward.
If looks are what you're worried about, always box behind the jab, don't be hesitant to continue with the jab even if you get tagged, and learn to throw two, three and four five jabs at a time. Keep hands high at all times, don't rush in and always be using the ring to make the guy come and look for you.
Well, nothing really happens unless you choose to make something happen.
You could talk to the doctor that did the job and tell him why you are dissatisfied, and (depending on the policies of the clinic and the contract that you signed), he may agree to correct the perceived problem, which may or may not cost you a lot more money, depending on what you signed and the policies of the place where you had it done.
Let's face it, plastic surgery is expensive and it often is not covered by insurance. How do you pay for the procedure?
Be aware of some clinics or plastic surgeons offering low financing or special offers. They may not be board-certified plastic surgeons and are only interested in luring in customers via false advertising and claims for inexpensive services. While the deal may look promising, their procedures may not be safe if the surgeon doesn't have the proper training. Some doctors provide financing or you can ask for a personal loan from your bank. Be aware of some clinics or plastic surgeons offering low financing or special offers. They may not be board-certified plastic surgeons and are only interested in luring in customers via false advertising and claims for inexpensive services. While the deal may look promising, their procedures may not be safe if the surgeon doesn't have the proper training.
Nearly all plastic or cosmetic surgery is considered elective, which means health insurance does not pay for it. This means you need to have a grasp of the full cost of nose job surgery.
I believe you can mold and pull ya nose..causing it to stetch in some form, Not quite sure if that becomes permanent or not.
A nose job, or rhinoplasty, is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures conducted today. There are several types of traditional nose jobs that help change the look of your nose. Here are the typical steps you'll take during pre-surgery, surgery descriptions and a few notes about possible revision surgeries. Determining your new nose: After you select your board-certified (by the American Board of Plastic Surgery) plastic surgeon, you'll have a consultation with your doctor to determine which procedure is best for you, how they should change your nose and any risks or complications for the procedure. Other things you should share with your surgeon: * Your ethnicity. Some ethnicities have very prominent nose features. Discuss whether you want these features slightly altered or removed altogether. Some patients are concerned about their new appearance if they see their features removed or dramatically changed. * Why you want a nose job. Do you have nose trauma that impacts how your nose functions? Do you have a large bump you need to remove? Do you just want to alter the appearance slightly? Plastic surgeons will not perform procedures on those who only want to feel better about their life and relationships. Those who want to feel better and more confident about themselves are usually the best candidates. Determining which nose job you'll have: A nose job consists of the cutting and re-shaping of the skin around your nose bone and cartilage. Plastic surgeons will use either an open or close procedure to reshape the nose. Both are very similar and each has their pros and cons. * Open rhinoplasty: The external skin between the nostrils is cut horizontally, which allows the plastic surgeon to easily access the areas of the nose that require surgery. There is an extra incision on the outside of the nose, but it is usually not visible once you recover from surgery. * Closed rhinoplasty. Unlike the open procedure, the skin between the nostrils is not cut and the surgeon, instead, makes an incision inside the nose. Post-surgery: What if you don't like your new nose? Rhinoplasty alters a person's appearance greatly and, often, many are shocked at how different they look. Some are happy with their new look and some are not and require a secondary rhinoplasty or a revision rhinoplasty. Revisions are difficult to complete, as you have to handle the scar tissue from the initial procedure. Before you have the initial surgery, be sure to discuss how your plastic surgeon handles revisions. More importantly, be sure to clearly outline your expectations and make sure you understand how your new nose will appear. This will lessen the likelihood of a difficult revision and going into surgery more than once.
they r tryin to liv their younger days instead of bein old as they r =P they r tryin to liv their younger days instead of bein old as they r =P
Before any surgery, you�ll need to monitor your medication and vitamin intake. Some medications can cause blood loss and other circulation issues, interfere with the anesthesia, or inhibit your recovery. To avoid such issues, be sure you disclose all medication, vitamins � including herbal supplements �to your plastic surgeon.
Note: Your plastic surgeon will provide a detailed list of medications, vitamins, and other activities to avoid before your surgery. The list below only provides an overview; you should follow your doctor�s advice for tips specific to your situation.
Medications and vitamins to avoid before surgery
On the day of surgery:
Most importantly, discuss any concerns you have about the procedure before you have surgery. It is normal to be nervous and many plastic surgeons are used to putting patients at ease. If it makes you feel more comfortable, have your plastic surgeon review each step of the procedure and list all medications and anesthesia involved multiple times. A little reassurance goes a long way as a relaxed patient is one that recovers faster.
TO your answer!!! whatever you do never try molding it or pushing it!! it makes it worst trust me. most of my friends say that they tried doin this method also and made it even bigger! and of course it does go back to its original shape because you can not mold cartilage it is impossible! but if ur looking to make your nose smaller then put some make up on it try to like blend it with your skin. if your a guy with a big nose problem then dont tell any of your friends and get the waterproof ones they are totally unnoticeable. makeup relle works trust me and its alot cheaper then cosmetic surgery ;)
I am watching her right now. It doesn't look like an elective improvement.
I am not trying to be mean. Her nose is now crooked, kind of as if it had been broken and not fixed. Her jaw is at an odd angle when she talks - juts out to her right (our left).
I began noticing this a few weeks ago and have been trying to figure out if she had surgery gone bad or if she had been in an accident.
The website Cancer Info.Network has a listing of financial resources and agencies that can assist in obtaining treatment for persons w/o little or no financial means. Contacting the local state health and social services can help in obtaining information as to the qualifications needed for Medicaid. Cancer Information Network, http://www.ontumor.com Answer: I don't know exactly. But once, in a movie, a woman was behind in her rent and she agreed to have sex with her landlord and then she didn't have to pay that month's rent. But one month's rent is a much smaller amount than a nose-job.
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