rhinoplasty


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rhinoplasty

[′rīn·ə‚plas·tē]
(medicine)
A plastic operation on the nose.
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Apart from the eyelid surgery, the Barbie fan (who has more than 70,000 followers on Instagram) has also undergone rhinoplasty.
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637 patients have had some type of surgery due to their morbid obesity 680 people had rhinoplasty or 'nose jobs' carried out since 2009
Five days prior to presentation, she underwent rhinoplasty for a deviated nasal septum.
Tenders are invited for Septoplasty & Rhinoplasty set.
Alar retraction is one of the common problems seen in both primary and secondary rhinoplasty.
Many people are tempted to try it because Rhino Correct is inexpensive, comparing its price with the rhinoplasty one.
Augmentation rhinoplasty is the most common rhinoplasty procedure in the Asian population.
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AAFPRS members surveyed also noted a 10% increase in rhinoplasty in 2013 over 2012, as well as a 7% increase in hair transplants and a 6% increase in eyelid surgery.
CONSULTANT plastic surgeon Taimur Shoaib of the La Belle Forme clinic says Rebecca's surgery - a reduction rhinoplasty - takes about an hour.
Changes in voice after rhinoplasty are perceptible to patients as well as to experts, but generally don't cause problems with speech function, according to the new research by Dr.