Sandra Lee, MD, aka Dr Pimple Popper, a board-certified dermatologist, skin cancer surgeon, and cosmetic surgeon, who is a regular guest dermatologist on various TV shows. This channel was first a place for me to post my television segments with me discussing and treating common skin issues and cutting edge cosmetic surgery techniques. In the last year, it has become so much more! Here I try to give you a “window into my world” as a dermatologist. I discuss various diseases of the skin, hair, and nails, and you get advice and information on blackheads, acne, cysts, warts, Botox, fillers, liposuction… anything that I may do within the realm of dermatology. Hopefully you will love the field as much as I do, and even fall in love with some of my fantastic patients that you “meet” along the way. Instagram: @DrPimplePopper and @DrSandraLee Facebook: DrSandraLeeDermatology Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Dr Sandra Lee, aka Dr Pimple Popper outdoes herself in this video. One of her patients has a cyst the size of a doorknob with the consistency of a hard boiled egg. This video is definitely for the hardcore pimple aficionado.
WARNING: If you have a weak stomach, do not watch this video
The YouTube sensation’s latest clip is just as horrific as you’d hope it would be, and this time around Dr. Sandra Lee is squeezing a huge, white puss-filled cyst the size of a DOORKNOB.
The lump, labelled a “meatball of a cyst” on the video, is located on the patient’s upper arm and is hugely prominent.
Dr. Pimple Popper starts by carefully slicing the skin over the cyst with a scalpel – quickly revealing a filling of gross, creamy coloured gunk.
As the doctor begins to squeeze, the goo begins to protrude from the patient’s arm, crumbling down in a weird, lumpy mixture.
The cyst begins to look like a volcano, with the cottage-cheese like muck erupting out of it as the doctor continues to squeeze.
Eventually, after what seems like a never-ending supply of puss, the doctor seems to have squeezed everything out.
She removes the rest of the cyst’s remnants – which now look bloody – and tidies up the wound area using an array of surgical tools.
Once the area finally looks completely clean, flat and empty, she neatly stitches the wound back up – leaving the patient with an arm that looks as good as new.