Here are 10 top dr. Pimple Popper Videos of 2021 - from extracting a cyst out of someone's forehead to treating a lipoma the size of an apple

Thursday, December 30, 2021
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The most common cause of lipomas is excessive body fat. Fortunately, this condition rarely requires surgical intervention. However, it can be embarrassing to be confronted with this condition. During the past decade, Tim Inoke has been plagued by a huge lump on his back that has become so large that he can no longer walk or do farm work. After ten years of living with the mass, Inoke sought medical help from a dermatologist. Thankfully, he was able to relieve his fears by treating the large tumor with a simple squeeze. The biggest lipoma removed on the show was that of Melissa. It was the biggest one that the doctor had ever seen, and it had reached almost the entire length of Melissa's thigh. This made it hard for Lee to cut it into pieces, and it can be painful to tug on the giant lump. While this episode of Dr. Pimple Popper is quite short, it shows how important it is to take care of your body's health and happiness. During the episode, Dr. Pimple Popper treated Melissa with a lipoma that was so large it took an entire arm, and she is thrilled with the results. After nearly 16 years, Stacey had no choice but to seek out the services of a dermatologist. The procedure took about half an hour, and the patient was given a full refund of her money. In a recent episode of the show, Dr. Pimple Popper treats a man with a softball-sized lipoma. The man had a lump on his scalp that grew over eight years. After testing the growth for cancer, the dermatologist confirmed it was a lipoma. The surgeon removed nine pounds of fat in one giant piece. After this, Tim's enlarged thigh looks as good as new.

  • Season 5 of Dr. Pimple popper's television series aired in 2021.
  • Also, she uploaded video showing her popping and sucking various cysts.
  • These are 2021's best pimple popping videos.

One of the survivors, Dr. Pimple Popper didn't allow the pandemic to stop her treating patients in 2021. Dr. Pimplepopper (real name Dr. Sandra Lee) instead set up an outdoor consulting center in her Upland office. The center was visited by a number of patients from all over the country suffering from lipomas and cysts as well as other strange growths. Lee shared a sneak peek into her skincare routines on YouTube throughout the year. These are some of the most pimple-popping videos from the past year.

The year 2021 began with Dr. Pimple Popper squeezing mashed potatoes from a neck cyst.

One of Juan's cysts is examined by Dr. Pimple Popper. TLC Juan, a celebrity dermatologist noticed that his body was covered with golf-ball-sized boils. Juan noticed his bumps at the age of 13. He noticed the bumps when he was 13. He ended up dropping out. Juan stated that he had seen several doctors to treat his condition. However, they were afraid of touching him after seeing the extent and size of his tumors. The doctors drained Juan's tumors but they returned a few months later. Lee began by removing Juan's biggest cyst. It was about the same size as a grapefruit and located on Juans back. After numbering the area, she cut open the cyst to reveal a chunky white liquid.

Dr. PimplePopper treated another man who had a rare, painful and embarrassing genetic condition that caused bleeding-prone bumps to his nose and eyes.

TLC Lee also saw Juan on the same year. Juan had tuberous sclerosis, A condition which can lead to growths inside or outside of the body. Other conditions such as cognitive impairments, heart disease, or epileptic seizures can also result from these growths. Since he was 10, he has been on medication to manage his seizures. To gently eliminate bumps from Juan's nose and eyes, Dr. Pimple Popper used scissors, a cauterizing pen and a surgical knife.

Stacie and Tracie, twin sisters, saw Dr. PimplePopper to treat their pilar cysts.

TLC After they had both been. Stacie stated that she just wants a normal lifestyle, and to be able to walk out into the public without being stared at by strangers. Dr. Pimple Popper identified the growths in these patients as non-cancerous, protein-filled sacs. Stacie and Tracie were treated by Dr. PimplePopper who cut through their cysts using a surgical knife and squeezed their oatmeal-like interiors.

YouTube uploaded Dr. Lee's treatment of a small, apple-sized lipoma that had developed on the shoulder blade of a female.

Hollis Johnson/Insider Dr. Pimple Popper injected the women's shoulder-blade with an injection. She then made an incision so that she could drain her internals. To remove the excess fat from the body of the patient, Dr. Pimple Popper used her surgical scissors and her hands. To ensure that all the fat was removed, she squeezed the area a couple more times and used stitches to seal the wound.

Lee removed Marty's cyst with a spoon in another episode of Dr. Pimple popper.

Sandra Lee (also known as Dr. PimplePopper Paul Archuleta/ Getty). Marty stated that his cyst which he has had for over 30 years had burst previously before he saw Dr. PimplePopper. Lee took a spoon to treat Marty's cyst. After examining the cyst, Dr. PimplePopper compared it to crème brulee. Marty told Dr. Pimple Popper that he might ask me to name the spoon for you.

In March Dr. PimplePopper dealt with a large fat-filled lipoma.

Dr. Pimple Popper cut the middle of the growth to remove it. The lipoma began to leak blood, so the doctor used a cauterizing pen and a needle to stop the bleeding. Because the patient was covered in many fibers, the body acted as a net to catch bits of lipoma. Lee described the small bits as scrambled eggs.

The insides of 5 cysts that were on the man's faces, which looked like scallops, was also removed by Dr. Pimple Popper.

In the Dr. Pimple Popper demonstrated how to remove various types of. Pilar cysts form when they  Dr. Pimple Popper used scissors and a knife to remove each cyst.

A celebrity dermatologist extracted grey pus from the cyst located inches away from the patient's mouth.

June saw Dr. Pimple Popper, who used a knife to cut through cysts centers. To avoid large scarring on the face of the man, she said that the incision was as small as possible. The incision was closed by Dr. Pimple Popper, who then released a grayish substance from the area in tiny pieces. The pus was made of dead skin cells and trapped in the cheek. She removed the pus from the man's cheek immediately so that it didn't get into his mouth.

One man's head was covered in a cyst.

During an episode of Dr. Pimple Popper, a man combs his hair backward to reveal one of his cysts. Discovery Plus A celebrity dermatologist, Dr. Pimple Popper began to remove patient Ken's head during an episode. She noticed another next to hers. Lee told Ken that he was a bugger when she noticed the two sacs. She was still able to remove the growths from Ken and stitches him up. Lee claims that Ken's attempts to get rid of his cysts at-home caused him to have a hard time getting rid. Proliferating pilar cyst A cyst inflamed that causes another to grow next to it.

For the final year of 2013, Dr. Pimple Popper made a snowball from a forehead cyst.

Omar was 35 years old when Dr. Pimple popper performed a treatment on her during the Christmas TV special A Pimple Carol. Omar had been suffering from a pimple since 2008. Omar was initially thought to have a lipoma by Dr. Pimple Popper, but he soon discovered that he actually had a cyst. After Dr. Pimple Popper had sliced the cyst open, it looked like a snowball. Lee used scissors and needles to remove the cysts from the fibers holding it in place. Then, he stitched up the wound with a pair of tweezers.