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The Doctors shared how "Gorilla Glue Girl" Tessica was able to recover after mistakenly using super-strong adhesive in her hair, and she returns following her cosmetic surgery mommy makeover.
Tessica is happy to share she is doing "so much better" since her headline-making glue mishap. In addition to helping Tessica with the removal of the glue from her hair, plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng performed a makeover on Tessica that included breast augmentation, liposuction, and work on her neck and face.
Despite all of the negative attention she received from the glue incident -- including extreme bullying and threatening letters being sent to her home -- she tells us, "I am very happy," as long as she does not read social media comments.
Psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli tells Tessica -- and anyone dealing with bullies and negativity on social media -- "When bullies are saying bad things about you, it rarely has anything to do with you... it is their issue," he notes, reminding everyone to always focus on the positive online comments and people who uplift you.