Teen Mom OG’s Farrah Abraham has spoken before about her desire to pursue a career in plastic surgery. Now, she reveals she has found a mentor and is making her dream a reality!
So, what made Farrah choose a career in cosmetic surgery? She explains, after having several plastic surgery procedures herself, it made her want to explore the area in more detail.
She tells Gossip Cop, “From seeing the best and the worst in the industry and experiencing it as well, it has me wanting to pursue and achieve the best in education to help men and women from trauma scenarios to reconstructive and aesthetic surgeries.” So, in short, the reality star wants to learn about this area of medicine and help other people who have procedures.
TMZ confirmed this morning, Farrah has landed a summer apprenticeship/ internship of sorts at a doctor’s office. She has found a mentor, Dr. Sergio Alvarez, who has a medical office in Miami. Farrah will observe procedures including a butt lift, nose job, and a “Mommy Makeover” (tummy tuck, boob job and liposuction).
“It is incredible how important doctors our to our society and how they help individuals live up to their full potential in life. I hope to inspire and help others fulfill their best selves as I do my best to become the top doctor in the nation in my future,” Farrah told Gossip Cop.
“Like Dr. Alvarez, I hope to study aesthetic surgery and bring more health and happiness to this world through my future top clients as Dr. Alvarez has done,” reveals Farrah. She adds of what she’s the most excited about, “I look forward to adding a doctorate to my other degrees and expanding into another field. I have a lot of passion and experience with aesthetic surgery and look forward to helping men and women all over the world.”
“I want to learn through my upcoming mentorship from Dr. Alvarez about dermatology, and the new frontier of healthy and safe practices, from injectables to facial surgeries at first, then continuing education into breast augmentation and botox procedures,” said Farrah. “I hope to sit in on surgeries to help myself understand the system and safe practices.”