A bump in the nose can be inherited or as the result of a trauma. A trauma can cause the front of the nose to flatten or an injury that has occurred in childhood can alter the growth of the microscopic growth centres in both the bone and the cartilage of the nose.
A bump in the nose that is inherited is often more cartilage than bone. At times, a bump in the nose can appear larger than it actually is as it causes depression in your profile.
If the bump in the nose is a result of a childhood trauma then the lower part of the nose can have a loss of height, this is known as saddle deformity.
Bumps in the nose can occur regardless of age and can be seen in both men and women.
Anyone can suffer from nasal bumps and it is common for both men and women.
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