rhinoplasty

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rhinoplasty

[′rīn·ə‚plas·tē]
(medicine)
A plastic operation on the nose.
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The rise is non-surgical nose jobs indicates what consumers are truly looking for -- noninvasive procedures that still provide the result they're looking for.
The Americans and Nose Jobs infographic will shed new light on this popular procedure and highlight some of the statistics from 2012.
Now, as the country has quieted down, nose jobs, Botox and liposuction are all the rage.
However the pain relief was fleeting, as the weeks after the operation showed that a nose job is not the easiest solution.
Nose jobs, breast enlargements and facelifts are among operations on offer to those willing to go the extra mile for a cheaper deal.
Then, she suggested I get a nose job so I could get more modeling assignments
TO have an abortion at 12 weeks to get a nose job done is evil.
He also said he was look-e looking to sue the NHS for PS25,000 for a botched nose job and would buy a new car if he was successful.
com/exclusives/2014/10/taylor-swift-nose-job-plastic-surgery-shake-it-off/) gossip website has claimed that Taylor Swift has gotten a nose job and a boob job done.
REBECCA Adlington has had a nose job - and it appears it went swimmingly as she steps out in public for the first time since healing up.
Wi May Nava, first Runner-up, who was interviewed for a BBC special 'Secrets of South America: Extreme Beauty Queens', said that she had breast implants, dental work and a nose job, along with having a piece of plastic mesh sewn to her tongue, the New York Post reported.
A YOUTH of Pandav Nagar in East Delhi committed suicide apparently because he was depressed over an unsuccessful nose job.