Sgt. Lee McNeill, 48, served in both the Afghan and Iraq wars. Pictured before and after his service, he says "Soldiers don't smile much." But after a string of injuries, one to his mouth, he has lost or damaged enough teeth that smiling is difficult. A Raleigh oral surgeon plans to change that at no cost.
Sgt. Lee McNeill, 48, served in both the Afghan and Iraq wars. Pictured before and after his service, he says "Soldiers don't smile much." But after a string of injuries, one to his mouth, he has lost or damaged enough teeth that smiling is difficult. A Raleigh oral surgeon plans to change that at no cost.
Sgt. Lee McNeill, 48, served in both the Afghan and Iraq wars. Pictured before and after his service, he says "Soldiers don't smile much." But after a string of injuries, one to his mouth, he has lost or damaged enough teeth that smiling is difficult. A Raleigh oral surgeon plans to change that at no cost.

New start for veteran who lost his smile – Shaffer

November 13, 2016 4:45 PM

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