A Simple Way to Wear Your Glasses Without Putting Pressure on Your Nose

NEED TO KEEP YOUR EYEGLASSES FROM TOUCHING YOUR NOSE?

Are you recovering from a rhinoplasty, septoplasty, or other nasal surgery? ... or,
Have you experienced recent nose trauma? ... or,
Do your eyeglasses just hurt your nose?

NoseComfort Eyeglass Support is a lightweight appliance you wear like a small headband, it utilizes a patented hook-support design allowing you to wear your prescription eyeglasses, reading glasses, sunglasses, optical loupes or other optical wear while ensuring your glasses don't touch your nose.

The eyeglass support is fitted with all medical grade hypoallergenic materials, including a foam pad that rests against the patient's forehead and an adjustable headband that encircles the patients head. NoseComfort can be worn with a hat or other head covering without affecting the ability to support your eyeglasses in the proper position.

NoseComfort is the only patented eyeglass support on the market and is endorsed by Dr. Paul S. Nassif, fellow in the, American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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WEARING GLASSES AFTER A RHINOPLASTY, SEPTOPLASTY, OR OTHER NASAL SURGERY


Following your nasal surgery, your surgeon should instruct you not to wear your eyeglasses for four (4) to eight (8) weeks.

Your surgeon should have given you instructions on how to tape your eyeglasses to your forehead. But, this method often has its problems. Most individuals have an oily complextion, making it difficult for the tape to adhere to their skin.

The main reason doctors want you to tape your glasses to your forehead is to prevent your eyewear from causing indentions and deviations in the nasal bones, requiring you to have a revision nasal surgery performed. Also, you may have experienced skin irritation from the tape itself, causing even more problems, including rashes and inflammation.

NoseComfort is the perfect alternative to taping your eyeglasses to your forehead after a Rhinoplasty, Septoplasty, Sinuplasty, Alarplasty, Turbinoplasty, Polypectomy, Ethmoidectomy, or any other nasal surgery.


For more information on wearing glasses after surgery, check out the article below.

When Can You Wear Glasses After A Rhinoplasty?

when can you wear Glasses after a Rhinoplasty?

Once the cast is removed you should avoid wearing glasses (including sunglasses) directly on your nose for approximately for 4-8 weeks after surgery...

WEARING GLASSES AFTER A BROKEN NOSE OR OTHER NASAL TRAUMA


Did You Break your Nose? Our noses are one of the most prominent aspects of our faces, and for some of us one of the most protuberant. As such, when our faces hit other things around us, the nose frequently gets the brunt of the assault and does what it is designed to do, which is to break as it absorbs the shock aimed at our face.

By about three to four weeks after the injury, the nasal bones will have started to set and are pretty solid. Until then, you can't wear your glasses on your nose, as to not cause any shifting of the nasal bones and cartilage, causing more problems.

It is important to see a doctor as soon as possible after the injury occurs. A septal hematoma is a medical emergency where a collection of blood applies pressure to the nasal septum. This can cause an infection that can erode the cartilage and collapse the nose.


For more information on broken noses, check out the article below.

Broken Nose Recovery: Anatomy, Timeline, And Tips

Broken Nose Recovery: Anatomy, Timeline, And Tips

Did You Break your Nose? Our noses are one of the most prominent aspects of our faces, and for some of us one of the most protuberant...

EXPERIENCING NASAL TRAUMA FROM NOSE PADS OR PADLESS FRAMES


Have you been experiencing pressure or pain from your nose pads or padless glasses? Some people wear heavy frames or lenses, causing the nose pads or frame of their eyewear to apply too much pressure on their nasal septum, resulting in a painful experience.

You probably did a search on the internet and came up with a variety of solutions telling you how to tape your glasses to your forehead. You tried these solutions and found the tape would not adhere to your skin for any length of time.

You may have searched other methods that mentioned using makeup sponges or hairpins. You may have tried silicone nose pads as well, but found you are allergic to them. None of these really seemed to be the solution, but just a short term fix to the real problem of supporting the eyeglasses from coming into contact with the nose.

NoseComfort is the solution to all of these problems.

WHEN TEMPLE AND NOSE PAD ADJUSTMENTS DON'T WORK


You have visited your optician and your eyeglasses were adjusted, but the pressure and pain still reside. You've tried rimless frames and lightweight lenses, but wearing your glasses for any prolonged period of time is still a painful experience.

You might just be one of the many people who just can't stand any pressure on your nose. Many problems may cause you to have this pressure on your nose. Maybe its the weight of your prescription lenses, the weight of the frames, or in some cases the thinning of the skin due to loss of collagen that comes with age.

NoseComfort® eyeglass support is the perfect solution allowing you to wear your eyeglasses without putting any pressure on the nose.

NOSECOMFORT® EYEGLASS SUPPORT


We have a convenient Single NoseComfort Eyeglass Support for Rhinoplasty Patient's, Hobbyists, Arts and Crafts Enthusiasts, and Seniors or Individuals experiencing nose pain from glasses or optical loupes resting on their nose. Please click Purchase NoseComfort, to buy a NoseComfort for yourself or a loved one in need.



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