Collapse of internal nasal valve
Your problem likely can be improved. You may required lower lateral crus strut grafts and alar rim grafts. Often a turbinate reduction helps with breathing issues too.
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Nasal valve collapse
in general nasal valve collapse is treated with alar batten grafts for external valve or alar collapse and spreader grafts are used for internal valve collapse. Revision is always possible but may not deliver long-term results. Some surgeon's will actually use very small coated titanium implants to deal with nasal valve stenosis and collapse. I personally do not use these but only because I don't have much experience with them.
Chase Lay, MD
double board-certified facial plastic surgery
Reasonable to try again.
It's quite possible that you fractured the nose and it did re-collapse. I would return to the surgeon who successfully did the 2012 surgery to have it evaluated.