Of course not knowing what your nose looked like before and being a Monday morning quarterback doesn't help much. Yes, I see some asymmetries but what did it look like before. Going for another revision may add further complexity and problems. Good luck.
Since you had your surgery in Cleveland. See Dr. Bahman Guyuron Chairman Department of Plastic Surgery at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland.
Thank you for your question and photos. You do have graft visibility and asymmetry. While a revisionary rhinoplasty would be the longest lasting correction of this issue, injectable fillers are also a good option. Fillers are beneficial in that you could achieve better symmetry without downtime and significant cost. Maintenance will be required every 9-12 months. Given your travel, this may be a good solution for now. Best wishes.
Treatment of graft visibility post rhinoplasty
Your options do include revision surgery and fillers, of which both hyaluonic acid gels and Radiesse are used frequently. Sometimes a more permanent filler, such as Silikon 1000 will work. Good luck.