The nose job (technical term "rhinoplasty") has been something like a rite of passage for many a woman (and, increasingly, man.) It is often the first plastic surgery undertaken in a patient's life. If all goes well, the procedure can streamline and enhance the overall look of a face; if not, the patient can emerge with a botched feature in the center of her face. The stakes are high.
Daily downward-dogging can slim, stretch, and tone every limb, ligament, bone, and muscle of the body.