Just in case you were wondering, the doctors also found "no correlation between the objective and subjective scoring of the nasal shape." So people who wanted nose jobs also frequently already had noses that would be considered attractive. It's worrying that a full third of rhinoplasty recipients might be mentally ill and making their decisions based on a funhouse mirror view of themselves.
Given this information, perhaps cosmetic surgery patients should be screened for BDD before they go under the knife. But do you think those who show significant symptoms of the disease should be prevented from getting their rhinoplasties altogether? Or is that a violation of their rights, even if their decision making may be impaired?