Plastic surgeon builds nose for teen born without one

03/5/2013 | ABC News

Plastic surgeon David Matthews is leading a team constructing a new nose for a 16-year-old girl born without a nose or eyes. Matthews has expanded the girl's skin and widened her face to make room for the airway and nose, which will be constructed from autologous bone and cartilage. The girl runs on a track team, participates in the sport of curling and wants a career in radio.

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