Dr. Richard Ehrlichman worked to repair Leo's nostril as he performed surgery at Shriner's Hospital. With burns, doctors often have to space out surgeries, because children's bodies grow and change. Some patients will come back to Shriners year after year into early adulthood. Ehrlichman's hope is that 25 years from now Leo can walk down the street without most people noticing the skin grafts. "I'd like his face to represent who he is inside, which is just this amazing kid," Ehrlichman says.