This is the story of a child named “George Ashman” who was born with a big birthmark on his forehead.
Some birthmarks are perfectly adorable and compliment one’s looks.
Rather than trying to get rid of it or feeling bad about it, we should learn to add it to their beauty.
Meet George Ashman
His parents were distressed that this mark would cause him difficulty in the long-term.
They thought that the red blemish on this forehead might hamper George from his ability to make new friends, on his job, or even in choosing a soulmate.
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Then, in the end, they decided to remove this rare birthmark out of him.
George Ashman in his early years.
This uncommon birthmark was made up of gentle and abnormal blood vessels.
His mother said,”As soon as we saw his mark, our minds pulsed up 10 years in future when he would have no girlfriend, no friends”.
This little kid has got guts.
His parents were worried about his future, and they thought of getting rid of it permanently.
George Ashman showed great strength and endurance through the full time of this process.
George after the surgery.
At the age of four, his parents decided that George would encounter a surgery that would stretch his forehead skin to cover up the whole birthmark.
The doctors then stretched the forehead tissues to cover the rare birthmark.
George: Before and After Surgery.
The surgery was complicated as doctors implanted tissue extenders in his forehead which flattened by the time making them look like devil horns.
But George recovered very fastly, and now no one can ever figure out that he had a huge birthmark on his forehead.
Adorable birthmark! Isn’t it?
The study says that 80% of people are born with a birthmark on their body. Many birthmarks are hardly noticeable while some marks are easily visible.
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