- Since you're a plastic surgeon...
- What's more disgusting, your ear or your nose?
- Nose, definitely.
- Unless little boys haven't cleaned their ears out.
- Hi. - Hi.
- What's your name? - Helena.
- I'm Shahram.
- Nice to meet you.
- And what's your name? - Ethan.
- How old are you?
- Seven and a half.
- Gotta get that half in there.
- You remind me of a doctor.
- You know what?
It turns out I actually am a doctor.
- What kind of doctor you is?
- I am what's called a plastic surgeon.
- Why called plastic surgery?
- Great question.
Plastic means that we change the shape of something.
So it's not like a plastic cup or a plastic bowl.
It means to change the shape.
- It's like if you didn't have a nose.
- Right, we could make a nose for you.
Do you know we can do that?
- If you get to the plastic surgery,
you wanna change your face, you can look like someone else?
- Oh, that's a good question.
Can we make you look like somebody else?
- Yeah. - The answer is not really.
We want to make people, grown-ups, remember, not kiddos.
We can change things about their face,
or about other parts of their body,
that either they don't look great,
or they're not working the way they should.
- Wait, can people don't have face?
- Can people be born without a face?
- It's not that common.
Most folks have some kind of face.
- Say you don't have a foot.
- Would we make another foot? - Yeah.
- No, you need a plastic foot or something.
- You should listen to her, she's on it.
- Helena, how can you make teeth?
- Oh, really good question.
Teeth can grow.
- What if you don't have the growing parts of the teeth?
- You can get plastic teeth.
- I got a question.
- Yes sir?
- Knife, right?
- Knife, yes.
- Big ginormous knife, it goes to space,
or the very weenie weensie knife?
- Are you asking me which one I would use?
- We use a little tiny tiny tiny little knife.
- Like this small?
- Yeah, sometimes I have to use
these fancy glasses to see what I'm doing.
These are glasses with their own microscope attached.
- Can I see?
- Of course you can see.
You wanna put 'em on?
Gimme your hand.
- Yeah, okay.
How many fingers am I holding up?
- I can't see anything.
- Whoa, your hand is way bigger than before.
What do you have to bring in the operating room?
- Right, so we have to put on certain things,
on our face, on our hair.
Do you guys wanna put on some doctor stuff?
- Yeah. - No.
- This one goes on your left hand.
That's your thumb--
- What way does this go?
- That's actually perfect.
Just like that.
- I got a question.
- Have you ever scarred yourself
and you need to fix it yourself with no help?
- I have definitely put scars on my body,
but I have never had to fix it myself,
I've had other doctors fix it.
- My mom cut herself with a knife and her thumb,
the same thumb, every time.
- She's done it more than once?
- Is it like when she's cooking or something?
- Yeah. - Yeah.
- Can you guys fix this?
- Oh, how did you get that scar?
- I did it.
- You got hurt, do you have a scar too?
- No, I did it to him.
- Oh, you did it to him.
You are very interesting.
So the question is can we fix that?
- I think it looks pretty darn good right now.
Is it making you unhappy in any way?
- It took some hair off.
- That's pretty awesome though.
You look like a pirate now.
- Thank you, Shahram. - One more question.
- [Shahram] Thank you, guys.
- You're welcome. - One more question.
My sister has three boobies.
- But we can't find a doctor.
- You can't find a doctor to help her?
- No, the first doctor we called is for grown-ups, not kids.
- Oh, yeah, well, you know what?
The third booby is not hurting her right now.
She'll be fine. - It's growing.
- It's growing, yes, they do tend to do that.
- Thank you Shahram.
- Thanks, Ethan.
Thanks, man. - Thank you Shahram.
- Thank you, ma'am.