How Soon Can You Tell when There's an "Inverted V" After Rhinoplasty?
I had a closed rhinoplasty 3 weeks ago. Since the cast removal, I noticed a clear indication of where the nose (cartilage) attaches to the bone. The cartilage in that area seems too narrow and then the bone is raised (with a bump and a line all the way down to the cheeks). It's a slight but noticable inverted-V. In profile, it looks like my nose was removed and re-attached but not completely and at a slightly irregular (higher) angle than what would create a natural line. Is this common?