The 90s TV Show, Friends, has been the best TV sitcom for many people. And if you ask around, Phoebe, the down-to-earth yet hilariously ditzy blonde is the likely to be voted the most favorite character by almost everyone. Played by Lisa Kudrow, Phoebe has swooned audiences with her kooky charm and effervescent smile. Now close to 60, the actress had admitted having cosmetic surgery on her nose at the age of 16. In an interview by The Saturday Evening Post, she stated that she grew up in the face of anti-Semitism thus her nose job is a “life-altering” decision. Growing up as a Jew in California, Kudrow spoke about her traumatic experiences and encounters. Many people like Kudrow are suffering from Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). This condition makes someone obsessed with an over the imaginary defect with their appearance making them socially impaired or functioning occupationally. According to research, people with BDD have a poorer quality of life and have suicidal thoughts. Surprisingly, only 5% of people with BDD undergo cosmetic surgery while as high 20% are looking for nose jobs, according to a study by the University of London. Traditional Rhinoplasty can be deemed as the most rewarding procedure for the patient. Patients feel a long term satisfaction and sometimes go back for a revision 2 to 3 years after their original procedure. On the other hand, another procedure doesn’t involve surgery. The Non-Surgical Nose Reshaping can be the best option for those concerned with minor bumps and who don’t want to alter the size of their nose. With the use of dermal filler injectables, it can heighten a flat bridge, refine an asymmetrical nose or balance the size of the nose in comparison with other facial features. The procedure is quick and lasts from 15 to 30 minutes only. It has virtually no downtime and is effective for 12 to 18 months.