1. A too narrow nose
Also called “French nose”, typical of overzealous surgeons . If a round or too full tip is over corrected it may become unnatural.
2 A nose that looks like a slide
For Dr. Borra often less is better. If you have a hump on bridge of the nose, an inexperienced surgeon may remove not only the hump, but also part of the dorsum. The result is a nose that will look like a slide, unnatural, especially in men.
3. A rotated nose
If the tip of your nose falls and the surgeon is not careful he could raise it too much and turn it up in excess. The nose will look unnatural with visible nostrils and a too wide corner between the same nose and upper lip itself.
4 Nostrils collapsing
If breathing after rhinoplasty makes nostrils collapse it’s because the nose is too fragile and cartilage has been thinned too much. In this case surgery was too invasive.
5. A narrow nose
Surely you know someone with this problem: if your nose is thin and perfect after surgery, watch out, because after a year or two it may become too small compared to the rest of the face. Nose needs a year to heal and Dr. Borra knows well what to leave and what to remove in order to have a perfect final result.