A low nasal bridge is a flattening of the top part of the nose.
Decreased growth (hypoplasia) of the nasal bridge can occur with infections or genetic diseases. A decrease in the height of the nasal bridge is best seen from a side view of the face.
Call your health care provider if you have questions about the shape of your child's nose.
The health care provider will perform a physical exam and ask questions about the patient's family and medical history.
Laboratory studies may include: