Day-um! Amazing. A few short years ago, that tech didn’t even exist!
And crazy enough… it worked!
She called it ‘some real James Bond S–t’.
What is a model supposed to do when an accident caves in half of her skull?
When your business is selling the illusion of perfection, having one side of your skull pounded flat is a serious impediment to getting the big gigs.
It’s something as simple as a fall. Nobody’s fault.
But when they found her… it was bad. REALLY bad.
It all happened so innocently. She had a seizure on the stairs. Boom. Down she went, and her whole world with her.
I couldn’t remember my middle name and when they told me it was Chelsea I remember thinking, “What? Mum would never let dad do that”.
‘At one point I also confided in my younger brother, who is also like my best friend, that I’d seen mum kissing a man who wasn’t dad.
‘But my parents divorced when I was 10 and she’s been married to my stepdad for seven or eight years. He was even the one who found me.’–DailyMail
You feel badly for her and all. But what do you TELL someone in that situation?
How is she supposed to recover? Should she give up on that dream? Find a new career path?
Surgeons went to work.
Fortunately, she found the right doctor, one with a crazy idea.
Use a 3D printer to build her a new skull.
Here she is now!
Quite the difference!
We wish her a full and speedy recovery.
And somebody, please, buy that doctor a beer!
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