I have performed Rhinoplasty and Revision Rhinoplasty for over 20 years and have done some very difficult Revision Rhinoplasty cases over the years. I see no reason, from these photos, that you could not have a Revision Rhinoplasty. From your photos, you do appear to be a candidate for a Revision Rhinoplasty and IMHO, the goal would be to correct the following things that I see in your nose.
There appears to be an open roof deformity from over resection of the nasal bones without adequate closure of these bones with lateral osteotomies...the result is a wide nasal bridge.
The nasal tip cartilages are asymmetric creating a C-shaped nasal deformity from over resection of the tip cartilages.
To correct these issues, an Open Revision Rhinoplasty would be done using a conchal, cartilage ear graft to provide support and symmetry to the nasal tip, combined with multiple intra-domal permanent sutures to cretae a shapely, more symmetric, supported, nasal tip.
Excess scar tissue would need to be removed from the nasal tip and supra-tip areas and finally, the nasal bones would be infractured to thin the nose and close the open roof deformity.
Hope this helps.