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Mother Has Holes Cut In Her Cheek Because Of Her Son's Dimples

Written by Ana Krneta
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It's not uncommon for a parent to live vicariously through their children. And as long as they keep themselves in check, it can be healthy. It gives people a chance to see dreams they were unable to realize, realized by someone they love very much.

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However, some parents are truly inspired by their children and actually want to be just like them. AJ Weir is a 44-year-old woman living in Lutton, Lincolnshire, England who is making headlines for wanting something her son has.

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Like any parent, Weir loved her 11-year-old son's smile. Weir, a beauty blogger, is a very gorgeous woman who clearly has an eye for beauty. After researching for over a decade on how to attain dimples like her son Morgan, Weir underwent dimpleplasty surgery.

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Dimpleplasty is one of the lesser-common cosmetic procedures. Weir shelled out around $1,600 USD to have plastic surgeons cut chunks into the inside of her cheeks and then those chunks were stitched up to give the appearance of dimples. According to the Mirror, Weir said: 'I started looking around 10 years ago. You can get so many types of cosmetic ops these days, so I started to think, 'Why can't you get dimples?' '

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Like any parent, Weir loved her 11-year-old son's smile. Weir, a beauty blogger, is a very gorgeous woman who clearly has an eye for beauty. After researching for over a decade on how to attain dimples like her son Morgan, Weir underwent dimpleplasty surgery.

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Dimpleplasty is one of the lesser-common cosmetic procedures. Weir shelled out around $1,600 USD to have plastic surgeons cut chunks into the inside of her cheeks and then those chunks were stitched up to give the appearance of dimples. According to the Mirror, Weir said: 'I started looking around 10 years ago. You can get so many types of cosmetic ops these days, so I started to think, 'Why can't you get dimples?' '

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