This type of nose is not naturally common. However, it is a common complication in poorly performed rhinoplasty.
This type of malformation is usually associated with short noses, and it is not simple to correct. Nowadays, it is possible to correct this type of malformation using cartilage grafting.
The nasal malformations discussed above are some of the most common types. There are rare types that have not been discussed here. In some cases, several different malformations exist in a single nose, and all of them must be taken into account for surgery. For example, a wide nose with a hump or an asymmetric saddle nose must be operated such that all the malformations are corrected appropriately.