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Surgeon Gave Teen Daughter Breast Implants
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Russian child gets his head stuck in seat and has to be rescued by firemen
Jingyi Wang — who police say advertised herself as Dr. Kitty — is charged with aggravated assault and faces the prospect of deportation, which would cancel her dreams of attending university in Canada. Her lawyer, Nicholas Charitsis, appeared on her behalf in a brief appearance at a north Toronto court on Thursday afternoon. Afterward, he said Wang is a Chinese national who has been studying English at a private institution in Toronto for two years on a student visa. Police issued a news release after Wang was arrested last month, asking for any other victims to come forward.
When a teenage girl detests her uncommonly big breasts or a young boy is embarrassed by a bump on his nose, parents, plastic surgeons and the children themselves must decide: Is it right to operate? More than , and-unders had cosmetic procedures in to correct something that made them self-conscious, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. But is plastic surgery, with the risks it involves, the right way to deal with these common teenage tribulations? In some cases, absolutely, says Frederick Lukash, M.