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Is there a way to predict how your nose will look after surgery?

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2005-01-17 06:24:31
2005-01-17 06:24:31

There is no way to completely predict how your nose will appear after your nose job, but there are things you and your plastic surgeon can do to ensure you are not surprised at your results: * A doctor can scan a photo of your face onto the computer and alter your photo to reflect your new nose. This is the most accurate way to view how you will appear after surgery. * Have frank discussions with your plastic surgeon about what will and will not be changed. If you aren

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