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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MOST people associate nose jobs with operations, bandages and massive cost - with some operations costing up to PS7,000.
"If I lost three stone and got a nose job, I'd be the best looking guy in TOWIE."
The infographic covers such topics as who are the right candidates for a nose job, popular age groups to undergo a rhinoplasty, costs, recovery time, before and after pictures, along with other statistics.
The former Nickelodeon star, who recently revealed she had her breast implants removed, had her first nose job in early May and despite initially being happy with the results, she underwent a second procedure in early June and a third last Saturday, to shave down "the bone that forms the bridge of my nose" to increase her confidence.
The Desi girl, who was oft- criticised for her pricking nose, has got the nose job done to silence her critics.
The cosmetic surgeries tend to be their bigger earners because patients pay cash -- around $600 for a nose job. Breast augmentation costs $1,200, and clients must import the silicone from abroad.
My daughter calls and says she wants a nose job. You've got a
Goldie--Pauline's cross-dressing best friend agrees to a nose job so Pauline can get inside and be his private nurse.
An article headlined "Jen's secret nose job" claimed she had surgery last Saturday.
The debut novel of social anthropologist and expert on all things teenaged Leslie Margolis, Fix is the story of a young woman, Cameron Beekman, who suffered years of being ostracized and called "Beakface" because of her large nose before a simple nose job transformed her life.