I'm on my 3rd surgery too, and I wish I could say my next surgery will be easy, but I'll have to have a radix graft, pollybeak reduction, and some graft removal/repair from the front view - so far, many, many surgeons have pretty much swept me under the rug when it comes to telling me answers and what can be done. It all puts me in a worse mindset than if a surgeon would just go ahead, put his foot down, and either tell me a realistic reason why my goals can't be done, or why they can.
At various times over the past few months, I've been trying to get in contact with Dr. Solieman & Litner, Dr. Boahene, and Dr. Spiegel, and none of them have been apt in replying to my concerns in a way that really shows interest. (Though of coarse, all the receptionists are pitching sales to the point it's annoying.) At the end of the day, surgeons are sometimes busy people, but I believe that if you take the time to send in all the professional photos, and write a professional introduction, then the surgeon should be the one to find the time to consider a case and reply in a bit of detail. Nothing gets on my nerves more than a surgeon who won't give an answer til he sees a $100 bill!
But so far, a pretty good list of revision surgeons is Solieman and Litner, Calvert, Le, Kim, Rizk, Frankel, Boahene...it probably won't give you much info to email them, but I would gather the photos and send them to your potential doctors, and just have a phone consult. Even if not much can be said over the phone, it's a great way to judge the surgeon's character and at least ask things about his practice or about the cases he handles.
P.S. Just adding that I did not mean I had surgery with Kim, I only contacted his office long ago about having a revision and tried pretty desperately to get his opinion but he oddly refused to speak to me. =/