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How do I get rid of eyeglass marks?

Go to Home page There are many suggestions that you can try if you want to get rid of eyeglass marks. There are gels and ointments that you can get at the chemist store that will help with repairing skin damage. There are also a few home-remedies that some people use and recommend to help
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Why do my glasses dent my nose?

Go to Home page Your glasses dent your nose because of the constant pressure that glasses bring to bear on your nose. This will happen regardless of whether you have glasses with nose pads or any other nose Bridge. The usual advice is to go to your optician and ask to have your glasses adjusted
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What are glasses without nose pads called?

Go to Home page It appears that glasses without nose pads are called different things depending on what the glasses are made of. A metal frame without nose pads is called a ‘strap-bridge’. Plastic framed glasses without nose pads are called a ‘saddle bridge’. The strap-bridge, on metal framed glasses, will be in full contact
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What are bridgeless glasses?

Go to Home page Bridgeless glasses are glasses that have a basic connection that joins the lenses in a minimalistic way. This appears to be constructed for fashion purposes rather than any attempt to do away with the bridge of glasses as traditionally known. There has to be a bridge to hold the lenses together
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Do glasses cause a dorsal hump?

Go to Home page It’s unlikely that wearing glasses will cause a dorsal hump. Constant wearing of heavy glasses may cause some deformity to the skin of the nose. A dorsal hump is usually prevalent on a person before ever wearing glasses. This is because dorsal humps are to do with the shape of the
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Can I touch my nose 2 weeks after rhinoplasty?

Go to Home page Don’t touch your nose for 2 weeks after rhinoplasty. Your surgeon will guide you on this. The rhinoplasty surgery tends to be quite invasive, leaving the nose in a very tender state. So, tempted as you may be, leave your nose alone and avoid touching it for at least 2 weeks
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How to wear glasses after rhinoplasty

Go to Home page The only way to wear glasses after rhinoplasty is to position and secure them so that they don’t rest on your nose. You can use a head-band that places a hook at the front of your head. This will support your glasses to be off your nose. An alternative but crude
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Can I wear glasses 5 months after rhinoplasty?

Go to Home page It’s reasonable to assume that, if all goes well, you can wear glasses 5 months after rhinoplasty surgery. The general advice is that you can’t expect to be able to rest your glasses on your nose for 6 weeks after rhinoplasty surgery. But you won’t need to wait 6 weeks or
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Can I wear contacts after rhinoplasty?

Go to Home page If there are no obvious injuries that are causing discomfort after surgery, it appears safe to wear contacts after rhinoplasty. However, some surgeons suggest leaving them out for a few days, just as a precaution. The main concern would be corneal irritation when the contacts are fitted. Always get the advice
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