The answer to tyour question depends on many factors. Was a septoplasty done? If so, then swelling at the base of the nose from the septal work can cause temporary tip rotation and elevation. Was an open approach used? If so, then tip swelling is normal at 1 month, even if the tip was not worked on. Did the surgeon shorten the septum or cut the muscle that causes the tip to drop down when you smile? If so, then like septoplasty, swelling can cause some of what you describe, but not all of it will likely go away. Finally, some noses with very strong tip cartilages will rotate upwards after profile reduction alone is done.
Hard to say exactly without before and after photos, an operative report, and an examination. However, best to wait and see how things settle down over the next few months. If the surgeon says he or she did not touch the tip, then it probably should turn around soon.