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$121,000 Hair Cut—"Razing" For a Good Cause

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 9:50 PM

Celebrity cosmetic dentist, Dr. Bill Dorfman recently shaved his head for a good cause.

After promising donors of The LEAP Foundation to shave his head if they could raise $100,000, “The Doctors”—from the Emmy Nominated Daytime talk show—held him to his word. Once the grand total of $121,000 was revealed, “The Doctors” brought Dr. Dorfman on stage to get his head shaved by host, Dr. Travis Stork!

 $121,000 Hair Cut—"Razing" For a Good Cause $121,000 Hair Cut—"Razing" For a Good Cause
Dr. Bill Dorfman BEFORE his new look...
...After!


The LEAP Foundation is a non-profit motivational program co-founded by Dr. Bill to help high school and college students gain the necessary life skills they need to succeed. The money raised will go to help provide scholarships to underprivileged children from across the country to attend LEAP’s summer program at UCLA. For more information, visit www.leapfoundation.com or watch it on YOUTUBE!

 

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