She was only two weeks old, her parents noticed a small spot on her upper lip.

Holiana Lockhart couldn’t be happier when her daughter Brianna was born and found herself in good health.

However, when Brianna was only two weeks old, her parents noticed a small spot on her upper lip. Doctors told her it was a disease called hemangioma, in which the blood vessels under the skin swell so much that it resembles a sore throat.

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Her parents weren’t worried, but by the time the girl was 7 months old, her lip was so swollen that it was bigger than her nose. The girl had a cancerous tumor there, but it prevented her from eating and threatened to affect her speech in the future.

“When it reached its maximum size, it was like a kiwi,” said Holiana, the girl’s mother. “We had to feed the girl from a certain angle. She was standing in front of all her teeth and I never saw her smile.”

The mother eventually decided to operate on the little girl and she knew that her daughter was beautiful anyway, but she was afraid that other kids at school would laugh at her when she grew up. The woman wanted her daughter to have a great life. Dr Chad Berlin approved the procedure and was confident in it.

Since then Brianna has become a normal and happy girl, here is her first smile:

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