Without knowing more details such as what your nose was like before the first rhinoplasty and what was done, I can't tell you why your nose appears wider. It is possible to have another
However, revision rhinoplasty is one of the most challenging of all
surgeries, and each time a rhinoplasty is done, it becomes increasingly
complex. Keep in mind that there are many factors involved, so your nose
not turn out exactly the way you want the fourth time either. If you do
decide to have
another rhinoplasty done, look for an experienced revision rhinoplasty
specialist who has a strong aesthetic sense and the talent and
experience to refine
the nose as needed. Bring reports and documentation from your previous
be sure to get second and third opinions.
Your tip appears close to appropriate size but the width of the central and upper nose appears wide. Accordingly, this could likely be narrowed with a revision. I suggest that you consult with a surgeon experienced in revision rhinoplasty to review your concerns.
It is always good to know what you looked like before surgery and what was done during surgery. Best to see in person with that information. Good luck.
Prior to undergoing a third revision rhinoplasty, it's important to round up the previous operative reports to find out what procedures were performed at the first and second rhinoplasty procedures. Bring this information with you and make at least 3 appointments with very experienced rhinoplasty surgeons in your area. If spreader grafts were placed, this can make the nose appear more wide. Medial and lateral osteotomies of the nasal bones can be performed to narrow the bridge line while tip suturing techniques may be an possible to narrow the tip further. For many examples, please see the link below to our rhinoplasty photo gallery