Revision rhinoplasty at 4 months
Even though you may have a deformity present, It is best to wait at least a year before undergoing a revision surgery to make sure full healing has taking place. To repair a collapsed upper lateral cartilage, a spreader graft harvested from inside the nose can be placed underneath the collapsed upper lateral cartilage to give symmetry and improve breathing.
At 4 months after surgery, you are not yet done healing. However, there are some issues that may, unfortunately, persist and your concerns are appropriate. Speak with your surgeon about them at your next appointment. Regardless, try to wait about a year after your first surgery before considering a revision.
Early post-op issues with rhinoplasty
I would certainly discuss these issues with your surgeon. Depending on what was done at surgery, these issues may go away or they may persist. Definitely discuss with them.