NoseComfort Eyeglass Support
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NoseComfort Eyeglass Support

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed NoseComfort® Eyeglass Support, a post nasal surgery and eyeglass support appliance, is the ideal solution for individuals recovering from a Rhinoplasty or other nasal surgery, nose trauma, hobbyists who wear heavy frames or optical loupes for long periods of time, or people who are having problems wearing eyeglasses when it just hurts their nose.

A hypoallergenic foam pad with an adjustable headband fits comfortably around any person's head, and can be worn with any hair style or head covering, without affecting the ability of NoseComfort to hold your eyeglasses properly in place. Our Eyeglass Support replaces adhesive tape to hold eyeglasses in their proper position following a Rhinoplasty, Septoplasty, sinus surgery, or facial trauma. NoseComfort is designed with everyone in mind, it eliminates skin irritation, simplifies placement and removal of eyewear, and improves patient comfort.

Doctor Recommended

NoseComfort is the only Eyeglass Support that is doctor recommended. It is endorsed by surgeons in the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. AAFPRS surgeons trust NoseComfort with their patients following nasal procedures, to help provide the safest most comfortable recovery solution possible.

"As I entered the exam room, I did a double-take when I saw the support on her forehead; her glasses were supported perfectly and there was no pressure on the nose. I immediately saw the potential of this product." - Paul S. Nassif, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Rhinoplasty and Septoplasty Recovery

Patients recovering from a Rhinoplasty or other Nasal Surgery should not wear their eyewear for a period of about 4-8 weeks, depending on your surgeons instructions.

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 revision nasal surgery performed. Also, you may have experienced skin irritation from the tape itself, causing more problems, including rashes and inflammation.

Dr. Paul S. Nassif recommends NoseComfort to all of his patients that wear any type of eyewear, be it, reading glasses, driving glasses, or sunglasses, you can get back to your life and as soon as possible.

Broken Nose and Nasal Trauma Recovery

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.

Heavy Frames and Optical Loupes

NoseComfort can support all types of eyewear comfortably off of your nose including Optical Loupes with various magnification lenses and spotlights attached, Heavy Prescription Eyeglasses that cause red marks and indents on the bridge of your nose, or any other type of eyewear that slides down your nose or causes discomfort in any way.

*Always store NoseComfort Eyeglass Support in a cool dry place.*
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.*

  • Patented design securely holds eyeglasses from coming into contact with the nose while keeping eyeglasses in a proper position.
  • Weighing less than 0.5 ounces (13 grams) NoseComfort can be worn comfortably for prolonged periods of time.
  • The adjustable headband allows NoseComfort to be worn with most hairstyles without any difficulty.
  • Liquid concealing makeup maybe applied to the surface area so as to blend NoseComfort to match the person's complexion.