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Bullied Teens Getting Free Plastic Surgery

A NON-PROFIT organisation in New York is offering free plastic surgery for low-income children with facial deformities, raising questions about the power of bullies.

Only some of the children who apply to the Little Baby Face Foundation are responding to being teased. Among them is Renata, 15, who has been homeschooled for the last three years after she could no longer take the cruel comments from her classmates, the US Today show reports.

“They were just calling me ‘that girl with the big nose,'” Renata says. “It just really hurts. And you can’t get over it.”

Renata and her mother read last year about the work of the foundation, when teenager Nadia Ilse’s story was publicised. Renata’s mother was one of hundreds of people who contacted the organisation after seeing the story. “I tried convincing myself that I am fine the way I am, but I just don’t believe it anymore,” Renata wrote in her application letter.

The use of cosmetic surgery to address bullying has some experts concerned, including New York psychologist Vivian Diller, who believes it is more important to instigate zero tolerance of bullying, and encourage the acceptance of difference.

For Renata’s mother, the surgery is akin to rectifying any other sort of medical problem a child might have. “Parents correct kids’ teeth with braces to make their teeth straighter,” she says. “They’re still the same kid on the inside, but, unfortunately, people are judged on how they look.”

Doctors at the foundation also dispute they are running an anti-bullying organization. Thomas Romo, the director of facial, plastic and reconstructive surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital and the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, runs the foundation, which was started in 2002. Mr Romo has treated children with deformities all around the world and wanted to bring that idea home to the US.

We did contact one of Houston’s best criminal lawyers for comment on this article, however, Daniel Lazarine was unavailable for comment at time of publishing.

Bankruptcy Attorney Talks Plastic Surgery

Here at the PlasticVisions website, we like to get input and commentary from all walks of life…including low-life-blood-sucking lawyers. Unfortunately we were only able to find the most awesome bankruptcy attorney in the world, Jessica Hoff to talk about her feelings on cosmetic surgery.

You may be thinking, “why do I care what a female lawyer in Houston has to say about plastic surgery?”

And, if that is what you are thinking then shame on you. I bet you’ve probably man-splained your way into more trouble than we care to mention here and we would like to thank Mrs. Hoff for participating in our survey and allowing us to pontificate on her thoughts.

Q: Have you had cosmetic surgery before?
A: No, but it’s definitely something I might consider in the future.

Q: Do you feel like a lot of female attorneys would consider breast implants, lipo, or rhinoplasty?
A: It’s hard to say, I think anyone who believes that an elective surgery would help them in some way…that person should talk it over with their doctor to see if it’s a good option.

Q: Do many Houston lawyers worry about their physical appearance?
A: I think all of us want to appear professional and have a certain fashion or style that allows our clients to trust and believe in us. My law firm works very hard for our clients and if something as trivial as my appearance were to hurt my ability to represent a client, I would definitely try to remedy that.

And there you have it folks, straight from the lawyers mouth. Mrs. Hoff was not very controversial in this article but she definitely speaks from the heart. Thanks for being such a great sport Jessica. And if you need any kind of financial help (in a legal sense) please check out her Houston Bankruptcy Channel on YouTube.