The nose knows. It knows when there’s some cookies baking in the stove and it knows when a surgery is happening to it. Some celebrities have a keen sense of smell and others might have trouble breathing. Who are we to say their deviated septums are not serious medical emergencies? In a rhinoplasty, the surgeon usually makes incisions in the bones and cartilage that support the nose. The skin and tissue is redraped over the structure of the nose. Risks involve bleeding, injury to the septum, skin necrosis, and bursted blood vessels that appear as red dots on the nose. It sounds like oodles of fun. Let’s see who has done this to their sniffer.
Deviated septums are more common than these celebrities make it seem, according to The Frisky. They say that it’s usually not a serious condition and 80 percent of everybody has one. It’s just an excuse to get a nose job. “It’s funny. I had a deviated septum fixed – best thing I ever did. I slept like a baby for the first time in years. As far as the other rumors, as boring as it sounds, It’s still mine. All of it,” said Aniston.