There several refinements needed to achieve a more balanced nose. These include the tip which is rather bulbous, the retracted lower lateral cartilages which make your nostrils appear longer, mildly deviated caudal septum which appears as fuller right columella, correction of right nasal wall which is wide and and reduction of the wide nasal base.
Your dorsum is excellent and i wouldn't touch it. The tip is still a bit wide and can probably be narrowed a bit. An in-office exam would be needed to truly document the above. Best wishes
Unless these pictures are misleading I don't see any problems that should be corrected with a revision. I may have a different opinion after an examination.
The photographs demonstrate a very good result from the prior rhinoplasty. Probably best to leave well enough alone since there are real risks going in an altering the nose and potentially making it worse, not better
From the photos above, I feel that your nasal contour is appropriate with a good supra-tip break and not supratip fullness; your nasal dorsum is reasonable.