A flat nose is generally caused by a low nasal bridge, the bony area at the top of your nose. The degree of flatness can vary depending on the person, but having a low nasal bridge means that this area does not protrude as much as most do.
A flat nose is often hereditary but a low nasal bridge can also be caused by an infectious disease or genetic disorder at birth. This is usually treated shortly after the baby is born and the nasal bridge may or may not develop a more normal appearance over time. The condition does not usually impair breathing in any way, but some choose to alter their flat noses for cosmetic purposes.
We provide the following treatments for Flat Nose: