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A dentist in Toronto says he is calling for a ban on the practice of plastic surgery for anyone under the age of 18.

Dr. Andrew Henshaw of the Scarborough Dentistry is calling on parents to be vigilant of their childrens dental hygiene, and for the government to ban plastic surgery, CBC News reports.

He says that as a general rule, dental surgery can lead to problems with allergies, teeth problems and cavities.

Henshaw says that plastic surgery is a risky practice and that the health risks outweigh the benefits, especially when it comes to the health of children.

He adds that parents should ask for a detailed explanation about the risks of plastic surgeries.

“I don’t think anyone should be making that decision for themselves,” he told CBC News.

“I think there is a need for the parents to ask their kids what their concerns are.”

Henshaws son was diagnosed with autism at the age 16.

He says the practice is “the worst thing” for a child, and that children should not be allowed to make decisions about their health based on a doctor’s opinion.

Hinshaw says he has also seen children develop problems with their teeth and have to go to a dentist for routine treatments.

“We’ve had to put dentists out of business,” he said.

“They are very expensive and they take a lot of time.”

Hinshaws office is located on St. Clair Avenue in the city’s downtown core.