Jennifer Aniston Nose Job is a fact. She openly admitted that she had a rhinoplasty, not full nose surgery. She told that the procedure was aimed to fix the deviated septum. However, a lot of people are still wondering whether her nose job was really for medical reason not for cosmetic reasons.
Besides nose job, She was also reported having other cosmetic surgery procedures done like breast augmentation, Botox or fillers, and laser treatment as well.
When did Jennifer Aniston get her nose job? She was caught outside plastic surgeon Dr. Raj Kanodia’s office on Saturday, January 20, 2007. Multiple sources tell us that she had nose job done and it was confirmed by Aniston’s representative Kevin Huvane.
However, he revealed that Jennifer Aniston nose job was only aimed to fix a deviated septum, not full rhinoplasty like many celebrity nose job in general.
“Jennifer had a procedure done to correct a deviated septum that was incorrectly done over 12 years ago,”
Based on the report published by US Weekly, Aniston was dropped off by her driver at Dr. Kanodia’s office in Beverly Hills after having appeared in a guest spot on Courtney Cox’s new TV series Dirt, . Four hours later the 47-year-old actress came out of the surgeon’s office with black and blue bruises across the tip of her nose, right eyebrow, and upper lip. When she realised that there were journalists or photographers were snapping pictures when she came out, she covered her nose with her hands.
A trusted informer tells to US Weekly that the woman who is not only best known as an actress and producer, but also as business woman, has wanted to change her nose for over a decade.
“Jen has hated her nose ever since her first nose job, She always said how lousy it was and that her nose was still too wide.”
In short, regardless of whether Jennifer Aniston rhinoplasty is for medical reason or not, the star still looks beautiful, not overdone with her surgical procedures. And if her admission was true, she has definitely chosen the right plastic surgeon.
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