‘I never wanted to make a garment’: How a plastic surgeon saved my face after being fitted
By By By K.K. SinghThe family of a 15-year-old girl who underwent plastic surgery and lost the right side of her face has revealed she was scared when she got her first surgery and her father said she didn’t want to get her face fitted.
A plastic surgeon and her mother who worked as a fabricator for a clothing company had come to Delhi to perform plastic surgery on the teenager, who was diagnosed with multiple facial fractures, after she had a nose job at a cosmetic clinic.
But she refused to undergo surgery because she didn’ t want to look ugly.
She was fitted in a plastic face lift in the same clinic, which cost about Rs 2 lakh, and the doctors said the operation was not possible.
Her parents were convinced her face would fall out if she underwent the procedure.
“The doctor told us, ‘Your face is too big, and we cannot do this operation because your face is already distorted,'” said the girl’s mother, a housewife.
The girl went to a plastic surgery centre and her face was fitted.
Doctors said the procedure was not necessary, but she was very excited because she felt the plastic surgeons did not have any knowledge of the condition of her nose.
The parents asked her to get plastic surgery, and she went.
The operation took about a month.
The family’s story has made international headlines, with people from around the world commenting on the case.
The teenager was then transferred to a hospital in Delhi where she underwent plastic reconstruction surgery.
The doctors told her the operation would not work, and that she should go back to the cosmetic clinic for the operation.
The girl was then taken to a specialist surgery centre in Pune and underwent the operation for the right eye.
The surgery was successful.
“We got rid of the right cheekbone.
We also removed the left eye.
The rest of the cheekbone is in a very good shape,” the girl told NDTV.
Her father, however, said she had to wear a mask for several days to get the plastic surgery done.
“I never want to make another garment.
I was scared to wear it for a long time,” the father said.
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