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Can people with type 1 diabetes get nose jobs?

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2009-06-14 20:32:35
2009-06-14 20:32:35

== == Yes you can. Be sure you see your regular doctor and then your plastic surgeon (the two should be working together in your case.) My mother was a diabetic since she was 35 years of age (died at 83 years old) and she had her eyelids done (they were drooping.) She came through it just fine.

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