Belo Medical Group has showed the power of beautiful transformations that changed the lives of the children and their families. Belo Medical Group CEO and Founder, Dr. Vicki Belo, Cristalle Belo-Pitt, and their family of endorsers have shown that cosmetic procedure can make such a huge difference.
“Their smile mean’s the world to me. As someone who was bullied before, I understand the plight of children who are born different, who were treated different. It has been my vision to help change lives of people and with Belo Smiles, I am able to help these kids have a brighter future filled with more confidence. Imagine, we have the highest case of cleft lip and palate in Asia. 4,500 kids per year are born with it and I think we still have a long way to go. I wanted to reach more children that is why last year, we partnered with Operation Smiles” –Dr. Vicki Belo
VIPs, Belo endorsers, friends from the press, and social media influencers have all shown their support for this cause. Angeline Quinto and Yeng Constantino performed and the kids also got the chance to be up close with some of their idols as the celebrities openly bonded with them.
Belo Medical Group has helped more than 150 kids since it started in 2011. It plans to continue the project and reach rural areas in the future with the help of Operation Smiles. In fact, Belo’s very own Dr. Sheila Acosta and surgeons Dr. Jun Caparas and Dr. BG Alcantara are among the volunteers.
“We want to spread more awareness to this cause. We would also like the families of children with cleft lip and palate to know that there is help available for them. We would like to encourage organizations, volunteers, and those that also wanted to support this cause that is why we will be running this exhibit on different locations.” –Cristalle Belo-Pitt.
The Belo Smiles exhibit will run on March 14-18 at SM Mega Fashion Hall, March 23-25 at SM Mall of Asia, April 6-8 at SM Aura Premier, and April 27-29 at SM North EDSA. Indeed, Belo has gone the extra smile to help make a difference in their lives.