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Get a nose job in Dubai via an app

From snow in the desert to buildings built on water, Dubai is known for high-tech luxury, and its beauty industry is no different. Plastic surgery is integral to the Emirate’s aim of amassing 500,000 medical tourists by 2020, and so a Dubai clinic has developed a mobile bookings app.

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