Jennifer Aniston's Nose Job — See Her Before and After Plastic Surgery!

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She has nothing to hide when it comes to plastic surgery!

Jennifer Aniston seems to have defied time with her ageless beauty — but some of it is natural, and some of it isn’t! Just two years after her divorce from Brad Pitt, she was spotted leaving a plastic surgeon’s office in Beverly Hills — which first sparked her nose job rumors.

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Jen underwent plastic surgery to "correct a deviated septum that was incorrectly done over 12 years ago,” her rep told Us Weekly at the time. Her previous nose job was done before she rose to fame on the hit '90s sitcom Friends. It was also speculated that she decided to alter her appearance after her ex-husband Brad left her for his Mr. & Mrs. Smith co-star Angelina Jolie — but she still sticks to the original deviated septum claims.

“I had [a deviated septum] fixed. Best thing I ever did. I slept like a baby for the first time in years,” she admitted later that year.

Shortly after word of her new nose job got out, TMZ reported that Jen accused her surgeon of leaking the information to the press — but Dr. Raj Kanodia, who performed rhinoplasty on Ashlee Simpson and Cameron Diaz, denied those allegations.

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But since coming clean, Jen can even laugh and make jokes about her plastic surgery. During an episode of Inside the Actors Studio, she opened up about an incident that happened during her high school days on the softball team — where a ball came flying towards the bench where she was sitting and hit her in the face, breaking her nose.

“That’s a broken nose?” host James Lipton asked, and Jen quipped, “Sort of — not anymore.”

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