— It might not seem like a lot, but that is what it is for some people who have been trying to find a new home for their plastic surgery.
Plastic surgeons are taking advantage of a new law in Oklahoma allowing for people to get free plastic surgery in the state.
They can have their own surgeries, like those in Las Vegas, but not those done in front of patients.
It is a small business owner who started the trend to offer free plastic surgeries to residents.
But a local plastic surgeon says the practice is gaining traction and is getting more attention than ever.
Rep. Paul D. Salazar Jr., R-Tulsa, says he is starting to see more people requesting free plastic or reconstructive surgeries, and it has helped make the industry a bigger part of the local economy.
Salazar said many of the procedures that are offered for free are in the process of being removed from their surgeries, which is a trend he said is being driven by the need for people with financial resources.
He said many people in the area, including many people from the lower middle class, have found their way into this industry because of it.
It’s not just for people who want to get plastic surgery done, but also people who need a little extra help with their plastic surgeries.
I think it’s good for the local community, it’s not a bad thing to do, Salazar said.
Salazar, who has done some plastic surgery himself, says some of his patients have asked if it is even necessary to pay for the procedure.
He said it was not for him to ask, because his job required him to perform procedures in front a patient, and he felt that was the right thing to be doing.