Nose jobs not just for looks There are medical reasons for rhinoplasty. One is to repair a deviated septum, which can cause sleep apnea, a common cause of snoring. According to a study published online Dec. 10 in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery, even when a nose job is performed for aesthetic reasons it is often…

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The history of the nose job Rhinoplasty is older than you may realize. The first nose jobs known to history were done in India in the sixth century B.C., and used skin from the cheek of the patient. In the sixteenth century, rhinoplasty became more common in Europe to repair damage from war or syphilis….

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Rhinoplasty a popular form of cosmetic surgery Hardly a week goes by without a story surfacing in the news of some new rumor out of Hollywood, in which a woman already generally agreed to be extraordinarily beautiful is said to have just had rhinoplasty. Indeed, rhinoplasty is the most popular form of facial plastic surgery…

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Rhinoplasty is safe and beneficial For most of us, a nose that is misshapen, damaged or simply too large is a source of social insecurity. Even if it is only to improve your appearance, rhinoplasty is nothing to be ashamed of. There are also medical reasons for it. A deviated septum can cause sleep apnea,…

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