nose job


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nose job

n. Informal
Plastic surgery on the nose, especially to improve its appearance; rhinoplasty.

nose job

Rhinoplasty, see there.
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The infographic provides general guidelines for both women and men and addresses common questions regarding nose jobs.
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
Sam, grandson of Tony Barton, Aston Villa's European Cup winning manager, also wants the nose job reversal and is to ask the NHS to foot the bill.
In recent decades, Iran has become one of the world's leading centers for cosmetic surgery and Tehran has been dubbed "the nose job capital of the world.
If I lost three stone and got a nose job, I'd be the best looking guy in TOWIE.
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.
Amanda Bynes' new bread-and-butter is tweeting about her nose job and some people thought she was lying about it because she refuses to post pics.
Kirschenbaum made the 2007 short film My Nose about her mother schlepping her to plastic surgeons when she was 15 to talk about getting a nose job, which Kirschenbaum resisted.
A PARROT underwent an pounds 800 nose job after its beak was knocked out of shape.