Is it normal to have a very obvious curve in your inner septum cartilage post-revision septorhinoplasty? (photo)

I had revision septorhinoplasty 6 months ago. As my nostrils have loosened up a bit, I've noticed that my septum cartilage is very different on each side. On my right side it's curved severely inward - meaning if I stick my finger in, i can't feel the side wall of my septum cuz it's curved so severely to the left (like a scoop was taken out) The left side is more straight, but the nostril is a LOT smaller and I have trouble breathing through it. Is it normal for the cartilage to be like this?

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