Non-surgical rhinoplasty is only an option for some patients
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is only an option for some patients. The tip of the nose, especially with significant asymmetries, is normally approached via revision rhinoplasty by plastic surgeons. Speak with a rhinoplasty surgeon to review possible surgery.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty? Ugh.
Reading around RealSelf, one gets the idea that a non-surgical rhinoplasty is a reasonable thing to do. Almost never ever ever, and certainly not for your nose. It would make it bigger, wouldn't come close to correcting any of the irregularities, and would make it much more difficult for a real surgeon to make a real improvement in your nose.
Rhinoplasty requires art and expertise. More so for a revision rhinoplasty because of not knowing what was done in the first surgery, and what is left to deal with. Revision rhinoplasty may require adding more cartilage grafts, and deal with the delicate skin envelope..
There is no good non surgical rhinoplasty, it is a marketing tool to cover problems and a method to market fillers for those who have no experience in doing a rhinoplasty
Revision rhinoplasty surgery
The tip of the nose demonstrates significant asymmetries, for which a surgical rhinoplasty is required for permanent result. In our practice, we do not recommend fillers placed in the tip ,since they are only temporary.
Don't do "nonsurgical" rhinoplasty
Filler would not work for your nose and might be dangerous. Don't do it. You would be disappointed and it would be temporary anyway. If anyone suggests using silicone injection for a permanent fix, run away- fast!
Go see a rhinoplasty specialist. Your nose is fixable with surgery.
You have very thin skin and severe asymmetry of the nasal tip cartilages. You may need a combination of grafts and coverage to soften the appearance.