I know a month after rhinoplasty is too early to tell what the end result will be. However, I assumed this referred to swelling. The aim of my rhinoplasty was to improve a hump on the bridge so, even with swelling, shouldn’t the hump be significantly improved at this time?
Depending upon the size of the hump that you initially had prior to your rhinoplasty, the improvement in the appearance of the hump on your nose should be present even at one month. It may be that there is some residual swelling of the nasal bridge, but, your rhinoplasty surgery should have taken care of the majority of the nasal hump.
Posted by Dr. Philip Schoenfeld