I know it sounds like a joke, but dressing up as a footballer can be fun and challenging.
Here are the basics you need to know about playing as a plastic surgeon.
You must be 18 years or older to get plastic surgery.
Plastic surgery can be performed at the most elite of hospitals in Europe, but in the UK, the procedure is open to everyone under the age of 18.
There are also some countries where you have to be 18 to apply for the procedure.
You need to have your nose, ears, lips and teeth pulled out.
There is no surgery needed on these areas, but the rest of your body can be replaced.
You can get it done with a facial or tongue lift.
Your head must be clean.
Your face, hair, make-up and even the colour of your hair are all treated with a whitening solution.
You are required to wear a helmet, a full face shield and eye goggles.
Plastic surgeons also offer a full set of contact lenses that can be worn all day.
You will need to wear these for six months.
If you have a congenital condition such as a congenitally low birth weight or a birth defect, you are required by law to wear an ear implant.
This can cost you thousands of pounds.
You may be required to put up with a full-body tattoo, which will require you to wear the skin over the skin, which is not always comfortable.
You cannot change your appearance while you are undergoing plastic surgery because you can only wear one of the two surgical styles at a time.
You have to keep it up for three months before you can change your look.
There may be some physical discomfort, but it can be minimised.
Plastic surgeon Ian Hargreaves, who specialises in reconstructive plastic surgery in London, says that if you want to look like a footballer, you must be at least 18 years old.
The biggest risk is from the infection caused by your new appearance.
“You’re wearing a helmet all day,” he says.
“It can get infected, it can get contaminated and it can kill you.”
Plastic surgery isn’t cheap and plastic surgery can run around £2,000 for a basic operation.
However, you can expect to pay up to £3,000 if you get a more complicated operation.
If there is a problem with your body, you may have to go to a private hospital for a scan or see a plastic orthodontist to fix a problem.
A plastic surgeon will have to get a medical certificate to work at a private clinic.
You should have a tattoo.
However you must not show it to anyone else.
Your body must be cleaned of any tattoos that are more than six months old.
The plastic surgeon can remove anything that is on your body and you can wear a mask while the procedure goes on. 16.
There must be no signs of any infection in your body.
The surgeon will also need to use a vacuum cleaner, a blow dryer, a vacuum sealer and a hair dryer.
It is possible to get an ear lift and a mouth lift.
However it can take two to three months to complete.
If your nose or ear are covered with hair, you have the option of having your hair removed and a plastic dental implant fitted.
The procedure can take six months but it is not recommended.
If it’s the last surgery, you will not be allowed to leave the country.
You’re not allowed to play sports while undergoing the procedure, unless you have permission from your club or doctor.
You don’t have to pay a deposit to attend the procedure if you can’t make it. 24.
The surgery is only covered by the NHS and your local council, but they are limited to around £1,000 a head.
If the procedure fails, you cannot go home.
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