A plastic surgeon removed a jaw and facial mask and had to remove part of his nose to get it.
But it was worth it, because the surgery was medically necessary and was the right thing to do, Dr. David Shih told ABC News.
The procedure was done in Japan on a patient who had a severe case of Botulism.
He needed to undergo emergency surgery and needed a face mask, which he didn’t have.
The mask also had a tiny tube of glue inside, so he needed a new mask.
Shih, an assistant professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, was working in Japan last year when he heard of a similar procedure done in New Jersey.
The procedure, he said, would be similar.
It was a pretty unique surgery.
He said the patient’s face was covered in an embalming solution that had to be removed to allow the surgeon to remove the mask.
The patient had been diagnosed with Botulist syndrome, which is a neurological condition that causes swelling, swelling, and pain in the facial area.
He also had an infection on his jaw and neck, and was in a wheelchair.
Shah said he and the patient were working together and decided to go through with the procedure.
He had to go into the surgery room to perform the surgery because he was too weak to move.
He was so weak that he couldn’t move his jaw.
The patient’s jaw and the nose were also removed, and his facial mask was replaced with a new one.
It had to take a week to get all of the glue out of his mouth.
The next day, the patient went to the hospital and was admitted to the ICU, where he stayed for three days, Shih said.
The hospital staff was very nice and helpful, but the day after the surgery, they told the patient that they would not be able to do the surgery without a face-mask, so they had to get a new face mask.
They had a lot of complications, including the patient needing two surgeries to get his face back, but it was all worth it because he needed the surgery to get the mask out of him, he added.
Shipp, a plastic surgeon in San Francisco, was also able to get this procedure done there.
He told ABC he and a colleague went through with it last year, and it was the most straightforward surgical procedure ever done.
Shapiro, who specializes in facial masks and reconstructive surgery, told ABC that he and his team have had a few patients who have had facial reconstructions, including one who had to have an eye mask.
Shipp said the surgery is safe, though not always the safest.
“If you’re going to do a face transplant, it’s usually going to be a small face transplant because you’re not going to have a huge face,” he said.
Shikigami, who runs the company that manufactures plastic surgery masks, said he has a few cases where patients have had reconstructive procedures like this, but said there are no records of a patient having had this type of operation.
He explained that most face transplants are done with an artificial eye.