This could be either a shifted graft or a bone spicule that wasn't apparent while there was still swelling. Your surgeon will know and correct it with a relatively minor procedure. No need to be unduly concerned . This can happen to all surgeons.
Is this a piece of graft that moved out of place on top of nose bridge?
It is good that you are going back to see your surgeon. He or she will know if it is a graft or not. Typically minor issues like this can be corrected with a more limited procedure in the office.
I hope this helps.
Thank you for the photos and question but it would be best to contact your surgeon who knows what was fone
Piece of graft after rhinoplasty?
Your surgeon will know if he put a graft there and this is the edge. It could be a small piece of cartilage or bone that was not visible with your surgery and either way it is a small procedure under local to remove it. This happens to all surgeons if they do enough noses.One of the "joys" of being a surgeon.