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nose job

A cosmetic surgical procedure to alter the shape and/or size of one's nose. He wants to get a nose job with the money he won from the lottery, but I'm trying to convince him to do something more practical with it.
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nose job

n. a plastic surgery operation to change the appearance of one’s nose. I don’t want a nose job. What I got is good enough.
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Following his appearance on Celebrity Big Brother Chris returned to Poland for a touch-up on his previous cosmetic work, having a further nose job and hair transplant.
She said she decided to undergo a nose job because her nostrils would flare up during crying scenes in movies.
But it was the first time he had been out since revealing he was set to apply for free Botox and another free nose job on the NHS.
"The slowing economy that may still need federal help hasn't slowed down Rhinoplasty (nose job) procedures," said Dr.
While many women these days speak openly about their breast implants and nose jobs, sometimes even wearing their post-operation nose bandages around town, men go to great lengths to hide their beauty investments.
She requested anonymity, saying she didn't want it known that she was getting a nose job.
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.
The most popular alterations: nose jobs, eyelid surgery, and liposuction.
Extreme Makeover, which tracks the six- to eight-week transformation of a couple of lucky contestants as they are run through a gamut of nose jobs, face lifts, tummy tucks, and liposuctions, appeals to both the grotesque and romantic in us.
Nose jobs, breast enlargements and facelifts are among operations on offer to those willing to go the extra mile for a cheaper deal.
From tummy tucks to nose jobs, crafting people's features for the past 10 years has earned Griffin a host of luxuries, including a home in Beverly Hills and top-of-the-line automobiles, but he cites volunteer trips throughout the world as the highlight of his career.
(Silicone-gel implants, which were blamed by thousands of women for a variety of serious illnesses, have been banned since 1992.) Even nose jobs can be problematic if the original results are not what the patient expected; subsequent operations to fix the fix can be much more difficult.
BREAST reductions, nose jobs and hair removal were among the more unusual treatments given "special approval" on the North East's NHS last year.