At 1 week, you are extremely early in your recovery period and the nose is expected to be quite swollen at this point.The swelling during this time is rarely symmetric. One side will always resolve more quickly than the other. The majority of the swelling will resolve in 3-6 months, and will continue to resolve as your nose heals for up to 1-2 years. You have not reached your final shape as the nose will continue to heal and reduce in size for up to a year. Once it does reach its final shape you may be more pleased with the appearance of your nose.
2 weeks post surgery is still very early for you to judge the results of your surgery - be patient and follow up with your surgeon. It may be that you may end up with a slight saddle deformity, as in the link below
Hi. The pictures are all very small and low resolution and hard to tell but unfortunately it looks like your tip is too low for one week out (tip should be more rotated at this point since it drops down over the next month) and looks like you actually have a more noticeable dorsal hump due to a "saddle" of the middle vault. Unfortunately these can get worse as swelling settles. It is hard to be certain though since the photo qualities are inadequate. Even in the best surgeons' hands it is impossible to match an actual result to computer imaging because there are so many variables that determine how the surgery goes and how you heal such as cartilage strength and thickness as well as skin elasticity and quality, etc etc etc. With all that said hang tight. Don't panic. Give it a few months but unfortunately you may need a revision.
What can you tell about your rhinoplasty results at a week afterwards?
The cast usually comes off at the end of the first week after rhinoplasty and this is the first time one can really have a good look at the nose. However at a week, there is still swelling. Swelling peaks at 3 days or so, therefore the swelling has started to come down but it has a long way to go. That said, something can be determined sometimes. Frequently the straightness of a nose can be confirmed at a week. Not always but occasionally. This doesn't mean it can't become crooked as the healing progresses however. The outline of the profile also can sometimes be determined at a week. In this case shown above, the profile doesn't look like the photo. Therefore it's possible it will remain with a tilt similar to pre-op. This is best judged by the operating surgeon who knows what was done and also can examine the nose.