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NATHAN BROUGH is facing a race against time to be fit for the ABA Championships in November after going under the knife on Thursday.
Men planning to have a sex-change operation in Scotland are being urged to freeze their sperm before going under the knife, in case they decide to become "fathers" later on.
Margarita - who was looking to celebrate Marilyn more than to enhance her own job prospects - said she spoke to a psychologist before going under the knife.
Forget going under the knife, lasers are now used to quickly and painlessly prep teeth, alter gums and take an impression, all in the same day.
Cosmetic surgery, however, refers to going under the knife for cosmetic enhancement to improve your appearance.
After news of Korean women going under the knife to get puffy eyes emerged last month, new reports suggest that the latest craze to hit the country is the acquisition of a permanent smile.
I've wanted my implants taken out for ages, but I don't like the thought of going under the knife now I've got Dolly," the Mirror quoted her as telling New
MORE overweight people are going under the knife to curb their appetites, new figures have shown.
He wimps out of going under the knife for liposculpture so resorts to using an electro stimulator.
Robert Sidoli aims to roar back for Wales in the Six Nations after going under the knife.
Make sure the Doctor's credentials are top class before going under the knife.