A bump on the nose, or a dorsal bump, can affect self esteem, especially when pictures are taken so easily nowadays as in selfies or wefies. This can manifest as an undesirably shaped bridge, or dorsum, and can spoil the picture. A bump on the nose can be genetic, or result from an injury, and is made up of excess bone, excess cartilage, or a mixture of both.
Genetic – a nose with a bump is a dominant trait that is inherited from parents. This trait can grow or change during development, becoming more pronounced as the person gets older. Injury – trauma to the nose can result in the formation of calcium deposits and bone growth in the area that was injured, which can form a dorsal bump that wasn’t already there or make an existing one appear more prominent.
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