It looks from the photos like you may have significant middle vault collapse and you will need a significant revision probably involving cartilage/rib grafts
Thanks for your post. Pre-operatively you presented with a difficult case characterized by a crooked nose, thin skin and soft tissue envelope and asymmetries to the nostrils, alae and columellar structures. Unfortunately, the right indented region may represent collapse of the right upper lateral cartilage or underlying septum. This can be corrected with revision surgery utilizing cartilage spreader grafts and other techniques. Should you decide to have revision surgery, any asymmetries to the alar creases, nostrils or cartilages can be fixed at the same time. I would recommend an open approach surgery to optimize exposure and reconstructive options. I am sorry that you may need to consider additional rhinoplasty surgery. It may be best to wait a full year from your first surgery before you undergo any additional procedures. Hope this answer helps.