Hello,The stock answer is 'you need to wait until the swelling goes away'. Unfortunately, from its appearance in your photos, it looks like a discrepancy between cartilage and bony levels, creating a 'step off' and the appearance of a bump. This will not improve with time. Ideally, the first two weeks is the best time to address this issue, after which you would need to wait at least 3 months. It appears that additional bone rasping would correct the problem. Best of luck!
Rhinoplasty: evaluating the result
Recovering from rhinoplasty is a healing process. Part of that process is waiting for swelling to go down before you can evaluate the result. The majority of the swelling goes down in the first 6-8 weeks. The following 6-9 months is a slower improvement with intermittent swelling flares. You're close to your result at one year; however the nose will continue to refine by tiny amounts for years after that. 2 weeks after surgery, it is challenging to predict the overall outcome. The plan is to follow the post-operative instructions and keep your follow-up appointments so your surgeon can keep you on track for a good recovery and safe outcomes. Safety comes first.