Hi, thank you for submitting your photo, sorry things have not turned out the way that you would like. From what I can tell there seem to be 2 components that may be contributing to your nasal assymetry or crooked appearance. First, the bone-cartilage pyramid or bridge of your nose appears to be shifted with a straight line deviation off to the right side of your face. Second, the middle third of your nose seems to have some excessive tissue further contributing to protrusion on this side and this may indeed be a 'spreader graft' of cartilage which is commonly placed to correct a collapsed upper lateral cartilages. You are 11 months down the line from your revision surgery and likely things will not change much beyond this as virtually all of the swelling has subsided.
If you are unhappy and want things further improved, you need to balance the pros and cons of a second revision rhinoplasty. The more revision procedures performed in a given patient, the more difficult it is to predict the reponse of the skin and soft tissue envelope ... eventually this will become the limiting factor. In other words, expectations following revision rhinoplasty need to be lower than with primary rhinoplasty. It may be possible that definite improvements are still possible with minimal risks but only an experienced revision rhinoplasty surgeon can answer that for you. In crooked noses, revision surgery can range from simple such as camouflage grafts to very complex where the bone - cartilage framework is completely revised with osteotomies and grafts.
Perhaps revisit things with your current surgeon as he knows your nose best but also seek out other opinions.