Question: I know a month after rhinoplasty is too early to tell what the end result will be. However, I assume this refers to swelling. If the aim of my rhinoplasty was to improve a hump on the bridge, shouldn’t it be significantly improved at this time?
Answer: Even if you correct a very, very large hump, after one month the hump should be significantly improved. However, it is best to wait for one full year before considering any revision rhinoplasty procedures in certain cases.