My glasses fall off my flat nose bridge?

Flat nose. You could consider an augmentation rhinoplasty. In my practice, I use rib cartilage for this which gives you life long improvement with little or no chance of rejecting the tissue or having a delayed infection.
Compromise. The nasal bridge is a common support for eyeglasses but comes in all shapes and sizes. Your selection of a frame has to be a compromise between what looks stylish to you and what can rest properly on the bridge of the nose. This you need to discuss with the technician at the optical shop to get the best fit.

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Glasses falling off nose from a flat nose bridge. Any surgical procedure to correct this?

Rhinoplasty. Yes. A common complaint that people have is that they don't like their nasal bridge and like it to be improved with rhinoplasty. There are a number of different techniques that can be used to either augment or reduce that nasal bridge or dorsum. Consult with a facial plastic surgeon to find out more details. Read more...

Any hereditary conditions or diseases that causes a flat nose bridge?

Multiple causes. For a definitive answer you should see an ENT or facial plastic surgeon for an exam. This may be genetic appearance, may be the result of infectious or allergic sinus disease or could even be the result of disease that effect small blood vessels and cartilage. Trauma could also be a factor. Please consult your physician. Read more...

What other physical features are usually correlated to a flat nose bridge?

Ethnic nose. Usually flat noses are associated with ethnic patients. They are correlate with a wide nasal bridge, which often includes a wide, poorly defined nasal tip. Read more...