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Plastic surgeon to the rescue after lady uses gorilla glue on hair

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A US-based Ghanaian plastic surgeon has offered to help Tessica Brown, a Louisiana woman who went viral after using Gorilla Glue on her hair, by performing a special procedure.

Recall that a month ago, Brown uploaded a video on TikTok after using Gorilla Glue to hold her hair in place after running out of hairspray.

Every attempt to get things back to normal has proved futile and her visit to a local emergency room who gave her acetone wipes to breakdown the glue burned her scalp.

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“Tomorrow the procedure will be to dissolve the polyurethane, which is Gorilla Glue is made out of,” Dr. Michael Obeng, director of MiKO Plastic Surgery, said.

“When I found out this was a reality, you can only feel compassion and sympathy for Tessica,” Obeng said.

Obeng said he could remove the glue, and save her hair, with a special chemical treatment.

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He even said he would do the treatment, which costs more than $12,000, for free after his office did a simulation Tuesday using the same Gorilla Glue spray Brown originally used to attach hair to a skeleton skull.

“We waited for about three hours, and we used it, and it was very successful,” he said.

Obeng said she does not anticipate any hair loss for Brown, but said there might be some damage.

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“We are going to look for signs for chemical burns, and we have the solutions to stop burning if we identify them,” Obeng said. “This is gonna be done under general anesthesia so that she doesn’t have any pain at all.”

Brown is expected to have the procedure Wednesday and thanked her followers for their continued support.

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