Kids come in various shapes, sizes, colors and quantities, and so do their body parts. Their ears may be too prominent or misshapen, or perhaps completely missing. Their fingers may be too many or too few, webbed or fused. They grow assorted lumps and bumps anywhere they can. A child’s self-consciousness may extend to a nose occupying more of his or her face than acceptable. And of course, kids always seem to cut, break, burn, crush or otherwise injure themselves, usually at the most inconvenient times for their parents. All of these altered body arrangements are in the purview of plastic surgery.