People with a nose bridge bump suffer from a very common aesthetic facial disproportion, specifically a bump, or hump on the bridge of the nose. Most nasal bridge bumps are developed as a result of hereditary development, as there is an overgrowth of the nasal cartilages and bones leading to a convexity or “bump” on the bridge of the nose. Occasionally, traumatic injury to the nose, suffered during adolescent or childhood development can result in overgrowth of the bone and cartilage on the bridge of the nose leading to a bump as well. Aesthetically, bridge bumps can distract from more ideal nasal-facial proportions and are particularly bothersome to patients on profile pictures or pictures that are viewed mostly from the side. Nasal bridge bumps can detract from otherwise harmonious nasal-facial proportions and are probably the most common cause that patients seek a nose job or rhinoplasty surgery.