Helping A Beautiful Little Girl
From time to time I like to discuss touching cases that impact my life and practice. Earlier this year I received a pleading and heartfelt letter from a low income single mother in Atlanta whose daughter has
dprotruding ears and was being taunted and bullied by her peers. The mother could not afford the surgery and we agreed to treat her daughter free of charge. Obviously, it is impossible to treat all requests free of charge, but we do our best to help disadvantaged patients, especially children as often as we can. I love my profession and it is so gratifying to posses the ability to help patients who have no where else to go.
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Joe Niamtu, III DMD
Cosmetic Facial Surgery