Rhinoplasty procedures are the most difficult procedure for both the patient and the physician. That being said it is also one of the most rewarding procedures. I do recommend someone with a lot of experience performing them for the simple reason is that while you may hit a home run with the procedure a majority of the time, the suregon needs to know how to deal with other issues that may go wrong during the procedure.
For example, performing tip surgery may result in twisting of the tip or other asymmetries that only an experienced surgeon can correct. This is one example, others include a crooked nose or residual humps and irregularities. The reason why the operation is so difficult is that you are dealing with a three dimensional structure that projects away from the face and alterations in one area can have predictable but sometimes unpredictable aspects of healing. For that reason, I would recommend a facial plastic surgeon or a plastic surgeon who has done a fair number of operations but also, and perhaps more importantly I would ask the question how many revision procedures has he or she done. Not just his or her revisions, but revisions of other patients operated on elsewhere.
In seeking a surgeon to do your rhinoplasty I believe it is equally important to make sure that he or she has seen what can go wrong and how they would fix it or would they need to send the patient elsewhere. Even if you have a straight forward problem to correct, every person heals differently so make sure you feel comfortable that the surgeon has done a reasonable number of revision surgeries so that he is well rounded. I hope this information helps.