Broken Nose Guide

If you have ever suffered a broken nose, you will know just what a painful experience it can be. Not only does it cause a lot of pain but it also affects your appearance, which can cause a lot of embarrassment. Getting broken nose NHS treatment can be a lengthy process but there are other alternatives that you can turn to. In fact, you can get free private treatment so you can forget about the broken nose NHS delays that you might otherwise have to deal with. There are various broken nose treatment options that may suit you based on the extent of the injuries.

What are the signs of a broken nose?

There are various signs and broken nose symptoms that you should look out for if you feel you may have a broken nose. Some of the key ones include:

  • Pain and swelling
  • Redness
  • Crackly noise when touching your nose
  • Finding it hard to breathe through the nose
  • A change in the shape of the nose
  • Cuts on the nose
  • Bruising around your eyes

The causes of a broken nose

Broken noses can stem from a number of different reasons. If you notice that your nose has changed shape, you need to seek treatment rather than trying to do something yourself. Some of the causes include being hit or punched in the face in a fight, a fall, or an accident when you hit your face off a hard surface. You could also break your nose when playing certain types of sporting activities.

How long does it take for a broken nose to heal?

Broken nose healing time varies based on whether you have had to undergo any surgery or procedures. In general, your minor broken nose injury may start to get better within a few days and within several weeks it may be fully healed. However, this is based on there being no complications. You can take steps to speed up the healing process including accessing free treatment for your broken nose. If you would like to learn more about getting free treatment to make the healing process faster, just get in touch with us.

What free private treatment can I qualify for?

When it comes to your broken nose NHS treatment, it will depend on the type of damage sustained and whether there are any complications. You may be able to qualify for a range of free treatment. We can provide a range of treatment free of charge for many people who have suffered a broken nose, and this helps to speed up the time it takes to get back to normal. For instance, you can also benefit from treatment such as bandaging for your nose amongst other things. Contact us today to find out more about this service.

How can I recover safer and possibly faster?

When it comes to this type of break, the treatment and recovery time will vary based on the injury. However, you may be eligible for free treatment which can help to really speed along the recovery time. You should also avoid wearing glasses or blowing your nose while it is broken. Also, avoid any strenuous activity for a couple of weeks. To help with the healing, use an ice pack on the nose several times each day and take painkillers. To find out more about our free treatment, all you need to do in order to find out if you are eligible is give us a call and we can provide you with an answer in next to no time.

Contact us to find out if you qualify for free broken nose private treatment

When you have suffered a broken nose, you naturally want the healing process to be as fast and painless as possible. Well, the good news is that you may be eligible for free private treatment no matter what part of the UK you live in. Simply give us a call and we can check to see whether you are eligible for this treatment.