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article imageCharity pays for girl's plastic surgery

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By Owen Weldon     Jul 29, 2012 in Odd News
Nadia lsle, a bullied teen from Georgia, received plastic surgery for free thanks to the charity Little Baby Face Foundation.
lsle cannot wait to start the new school year because she will not be bullied for her ears anymore, as peers use to call her "dumbo".
Isle said that at the age of 10-years-old she begged her mother for an otoplasty, which is an operation people get to pin their ears back, according to Huffington Post. She wanted the surgery to stop bullies from picking on her for her ears.
According to Opposing Views, Isle said because of the bullying she stopped socializing with people and she said that the bullying hurt a lot. Isle's mother never got the surgery for her daughter because it was too expensive.
Isle's mother eventually found Little Baby Foundation and contacted them. Little Baby Face Foundation then flew out Isle, who was 14 now, and her mother to NYC. Don Moriarty, a board member for the foundation, said that the charity was created by Dr. Thomas Romo III to "help transform the lives of kids who were facially deformed".
According to Nine MSN, Isle received the surgery when she arrived in New York. She got her ears pinned back and she had corrective work done on her jawline.
Isle also received a partial nose job to give her face a more balanced look as well as to correct a deviated septum.
If the Little Baby Face Foundation did not pay for the surgery, Isle and her mother would have paid $40,000 for it.
Isle said that she felt beautiful after receiving the surgery and that it was exactly what she wanted.
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