Each surgery on a nose is a magnitude more difficult than the last due to scarring and tissue loss/changes. You could make further changes either through cartilage grafting (probably from your ears) or a small chance that filler injection could meet your goals. An evaluation from a surgeon experienced in complicated revision rhinoplasty would be valuable.
Based upon your photos your nose may be somewhat over reduced/narrowed. The photos you like show a nose that has a wider tip and bony vault than yours. It doesn't appear that your nose is too long to me. Have several surgeons give you their opinions in consultation. Best of Luck Dr Harell
My nose looks long, wide and goes parallel from top to bottom. Do I need revision Rhinoplasty?
Hello and hope all is well.
An in person consultation can help you discuss the pros and cons of revisional surgery.
Generally speaking, osteotomies and bony reshaping methods can help with narrowing the nose.
In addition, the nose can be shortened but it needs to be done conservatively for best results.
Revision rhinoplasty candidate to narrow and wide nose
The photographs presented are inadequate to give an opinion on a very complicated procedure. It's important to have it in person consultation for your tertiary rhinoplasty procedure with a very experienced rhinoplasty surgeon for best results. A wide nose can be narrowed with osteotomies applied to the nasal bones. The nose can be shortened but it's important not to over rotate the nose.
The best recommendation is to have an in-person consultation with a board certified specialist in the nose. 3-dimensional computer imaging can help you visualize what you may look like afterwards and will serve as an important communication tool with your surgeon.
I would suggest that you're nose looks natural and fits your face. I would not suggest any revisional surgery. I'm sure you can find someone to do another surgery but it is of my opinion that it is not in your best interest.