ENT surgeons focus more on functional and not cosmetic side of things, I know this from personal experience. I was offered Revision septo-RP on NHS by an ENT specialist, he was a nice as a person and and specifically specialised in the nose side of things. But it was not until I started doing my research on Rhinoplasty I realised you need a plastic surgeon who can deal with both appearance and functions of nose. That is another reason why I was influenced to chose Mr Matti. He does other surgeons also and is known to do them well also but I would defo say as long as you know what you want and you both have the same and a clear understanding of what you want and what realistically is achievable given the nose you have than you should be ok. One thing I will say about Julian Rowe-Jones that he did a nose that was pure negligence, I do not know how that could have even been an accident, the nose was so deformed I was horrified. The lady is on this forum and has photos of her nose. Luckly she managed to get it sorted and it looks like a nose now but before it was really messed up, that I can not even express how messed up. I think is was user called PN. Bless her she must have gone through hell and back, I know what it feels like. I am at the same time not saying that Mr Matti is perfect and has not had any bad outcomes at all but he does a lot of noses and a lot of revision cases. A lot of people on this forum =, except two I have come across have been very happy with there results. The two best people I could fine in England were Matti and Lucion, but Matti does more revisions and does both functional and cosmetic. Lucion does more cosmetic and minimum functional. There are a few other surgerons I have heard if Ian Mackay, Charles ..., Tim woolford (i think thats his name) these surgeons tend to do more primaries and some do not touch complex noses and will only offer to do simple cases. Just research on all of these people and find the answers yourself to make sure you made the correct decision yourself.
Good luck wish you all the best.