I don’t know, but to me just that lingo; “nose job” has negative connotations. The overdone DONE nose to me is an eyesore of eighties and nineties plastic surgery which should be banished for eternity. The cookie cutter nose works on some, but not on most. It takes less effort of thought and less work in surgery to deliver that nose, but at what expense. Nowadays it seems people want their noses to look more normal. The nose should fit the face. Rhinoplasty should craft a nose which sits in harmony with its surroundings. So if all you see of someone’s face before rhinoplasty is a big or wide or crooked or ugly nose you would not end up with a case of, all you see after rhinoplasty of a person’s face is a malfitting overdone nose job.
So design the surgery to make it blend in. Natural looking noses are more appealing.
Food for thought….