These wounds wil not prevent you from getting reconstructive rhinoplasty, but it is important to understand that no one, no matter how skilled they are, can leave you with no scars after surgery. This means you will have scars. Hopefully they will be hidden or concealed by achieving excellent contours.
The goal is to first rebuild the framework which is made of bone and cartilage. This may require graft which os obtained from inside your nose, your years or your ribs (usually in that order depending on need).
Subsequent to that the goal will be to achieve skin coverage. This may require skin grafts (taken from a distant site) or skin rearranged from the remaining nasal or cheek tissues.
This may require more than one operation and occasionally some resurfacing laser, deramabrasion, skin needling, etc. to obtain an optimal result.
I hope this helps.