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Is there such a thing as a doctor who does surgery free because they need before and after pictures or advertising for a new location? I have wanted surgery for a really long time and now after 2 kids I would be willing to do almost anything for it. I would finance but my credit is not good enough and I will never have the money to pay for it all at once.
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As repeated stated in this forum, any surgical procedure (you did not state what you're interested in treating) consists of much more than just potentially free professional care.  Even if a private surgeon were willing to undertake a procedure at no charge, it is unlikely additional associated charges would be covered.  These might include implants, facility, operating room, anesthesia, and nursing charges which can be substantial.  Reduced fees are sometimes available at teaching hospitals with plastic surgical training programs.
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