Thanks for your question. As mentioned by other providers the example you have shown is pretty specific to repair of congenital disorders. It is actually pretty rare for someone to need this type of technique unless there is a deformity from birth or trauma. I would caution you to seek out a very experienced Rhinoplasty surgeon as these techniques are very difficult to perform, if you are even a candidate. Hope this helps.
The maneuver you are referring to is typically done for a cleft lip patient to correct the nasal deformity.There are several characteristic deformations that benefit from a graft. In most non cleft patients what you showed is not advisable as the scar from the graft is visible.