A plastic surgeon is taking up the cause of plastic surgery to help people who can’t afford it.
Plastic surgeon and author, Sarah Darnell, wants to help those who can afford plastic surgery.
She is running a competition for people who want to see what she does.
Sarah Darnel says that she wants to give a new voice to people who are struggling to afford plastic surgeries.
She is running the Plastic Surgery for Kids competition.
Sarah Dravid: Plastic surgery for kids can be challenging, it can be overwhelming and it can make things like scars look like tattoos, but what I would really like to do is bring a new level of comfort and ease to the process.
Plastic Surgery for kids has been around for a few years and is about helping kids from different backgrounds get the plastic surgery they need to look their best and live their best lives.
In 2016, Sarah completed her first plastic surgery for a boy named Noah.
She says that Noah has facial hair and was born with a congenital heart defect that makes his face look very dark and he also had some problems with his mouth and jaw that made him look a lot younger than he really is.
She says the surgery took her about a month and a half.
After the surgery, Noah was able to use a new pair of glasses to look more like a boy and he was also able to wear new clothes.
Sarah says that after his surgery, his parents had a great reaction and said they loved the results.
Sarah says that a lot of the families that have come to her and her work have told her that the money that they have invested in the surgery has been a huge help in keeping their kids in good health.
When Sarah has a family member who is having a problem with a plastic surgery procedure, she says she looks for ways to help them find their answers and make the best decisions.
She says that if you have a family that needs plastic surgery or needs plastic accessories, you can help them with that.
If you would like to help Sarah with the Plastic surgery competition, you could make a donation to the plastic surgeon by clicking here.
For more information on Sarah’s Plastic Surgery campaign, please visit her website at www.plasticsurgeryforkids.com.