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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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Nose jobs cost between PS4,500 and PS7,000 per treatment.
His bill included PS25,000 on hair implants in LA in June, PS10,000 on a fifth nose job in Colombia in July, PS3,000 on cheek fat removal in August in London.
Vice Ganda then responded and revealed Aquino had a nose job done.
They pursued me for over an hour in the club before another lad joined them and said, 'You will need a new nose job before I have finished with you' - and then he hit me.
The Americans and Nose Jobs infographic will shed new light on this popular procedure and highlight some of the statistics from 2012.
Some of the most common treatments sought by men are hair transplants, Botox and facelifts, and it is also not uncommon for men to request liposuction, nose jobs and even body sculpting to make their muscles appear more defined.
Just to let u no it is true I did get a nose job the other day I am over the moon with the out come.
There were also 125 nose jobs, 169 operations to repair ears, and six to restructure chins - although those procedures were mostly carried out following injuries caused by vicious assaults.
Comically referred to as the lunch break nose job because of the local anesthetic and its 30-minute duration, the procedure is relatively safe and a highly effective way to steer clear of unfavorable results and a lengthy and painful recovery.
The cosmetic surgeries tend to be their bigger earners because patients pay cash -- around $600 for a nose job.
Other operations - such as breast surgery and nose jobs - had also seen a rise.
Men account for more than 11 per cent of cosmetic surgery procedures in the UK with 2,240 men having surgery on breast reduction, nose jobs, ears correction and hair implants.