Perfect symmetry after otoplasty
less likely to happen than some persistent asymmetry. Resolution of swelling could diminish what you have but its most likely not to as you should have swelling on both side at near equal amounts. You are too early to judge your results but you can let your surgeon know of your perceptions when you are seen in follow-up so you can be followed more closely for that problem. You must remember where you came from and appreciate what improvements have been achieved and cannot focus on whether they are perfect or not as most people have one ear that protrudes more than the other.