This Should Be Fixed Easily During a Revision Rhinoplasty
This is almost certainly a very easy problem to fix during a revision rhinoplasty, and is almost certainly nothing to be concerned about. Good luck.
Suggestions for internal nasal concerns
A thorough examination of the internal portion of the nose was required to determine what is causing the issues that are described. The front part of the nose is cartilage, not bone. When it is twisted and crooked, this is known as a deviated septum, for which a septoplasty is performed to improve air flow through the nose. For more information about the differences between the 2 procedures, please see the video and the link below
It sounds like it could be a septal spur or perhaps grafting from a prior surgery. An intra-nasal exam will determine this. Most likely, it can be fixed during the revision. Seek out an opinion from someone double boarded in ENT and Plastics/Facial Plastics. Best wishes.