A boy in the UK was born with a birthmark on his face. George Ashman underwent surgery to remove the it because his mother was worried he would be made fun of. Doctors implanted balloons to stretch the skin out of his forehead. Over a period of four months, the balloons filled with his body's natural fluid and stretched the skin around his birthmark. It looked like he had horns. Doctors were able to use the stretched skin to replace the unsightly birthmark and, now, only a minor scar can bee seen on his forehead.