Dear awais212, With the current issues that I see in your post operative photographs I would strongly recommend that you wait an entire year before moving ahead with your revision surgery. If you had an incomplete osteotomy or other minor issues then this could be addressed at six months but your concerns will need addressing after the entire healing process has taken place and all of the swelling has dissipated. Best regards, Michael V. Elam, M.D.
Waiting is always your best choice. There are some things that can be done before the usual waiting time, but this is decided on an in-office exam. Best wishes.
Revision Rhinoplasty at 6 Months
I'm sorry you have multiple problems after your primary rhinoplasty but that is a good reason to delay your revision until healing is complete. Your nose will probably change as healing progresses; rhinoplasty surgery is very challenging and revisions are even more difficult. Sometimes minor changes can be made before the one year delay we usually recommend but your situation seems a lot more difficult. Having said that, you can consult with a revision specialist.