This is dedicated to you loyal long-term popaholics. I know that many of you love when those blackheads or cysts come out "clean". OK, maybe there's one in here that doesn't exactly come out really cleanly, but it's a pretty good one anyway.
As you know, these are blackheads, and cysts, benign "growths" that occur under the skin, and it can be satisfying to see them come out very cleanly and easily.. and this let's us all know that we most likely got all of it.
So, thank you so much for watching! I appreciate ALL OF YOU. Have a fantastic day!
-Dr Sandra Lee (aka Dr Pimple Popper)
Case #1: Big Back Blackheads
Case #2: First time published
Case #3: Eruptive Vellus Hair Cyst
Case #4: Can you spot this Blackhead? Extracted on the Upper Lip
Case #5: A huge blackhead extracted on the back!
Case #6: One Big Blackhead, aka Dilated Pore of Winer
Case #7: The Story of 3 Pilar Cysts: Part 1 of 2
Case #8:Dilated Pore of Winer and Blackheads on the Back
Case #9: A giant blackhead extracted in an 85 y.o accompanied by her daughter.
Case #10: Giant Blackhead, Dilated Pore of Winer, behind the ear extracted
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This video may contain dermatologic surgical and/or procedural content. The content seen in this video is provided only for medical education purposes and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
I must say, as a medical professional, you are doing a wonderful job, Dr. Lee!
I am a retired paramedic with 25 years experience and I know that it takes a SPECIAL HEART for someone in certain medical professions to undertake what you and your team do!
My cousin, a Georgia State Patrolman, gave me the nickname “Ditch Doctor” as I tend to be on the roadside doing what I loved to do.I was forced into retirement after 25 years of wear and tear on my body.
A little “bio” on me... my dad passed at age 38 from an abdominal Aneurysm when I was 14. I became a basic level EMT in 1990 and retired in 2015, due to shoulder issues and after three surgeries on my shoulders, I decided to get away from the medical field completely just because I had such a passion to help my fellow man. I knew if I didn’t and knew I would keep destroying my body if I didn’t change professions. Yes, I TRULY MISS MY JOB, however, it seems since I have became an 18 wheeler driver, I’d get to the point and eventually become disabled.
I don’t believe in allowing myself to advance to the point that I would become disabled. I was raised to believe that work is something that is not only done out of love for my fellow man and to support my family by any means needed to ensure their needs are met.
It is so disturbing to me to see, in my 25 years of EMS, the extent some people will go just to be able to claim disability and allow that lackadaisical lifestyle to consume them. That lackadaisical lifestyle, in my opinion, is intentionally attained, in turn, teaching and sending the wrong message to their children and others that “It’s OK” to strive for that sort of lifestyle. I DO NOT BELIEVE in expecting others to pay my way when it can be avoided. Entitlement is such a major problem in our nation today and I can’t grasp the concept of intentionally living that lifestyle existence...it is because of great medical professionals, such as you and your staff, dedicating your life to the less fortunate with the ability to have, as it seems, reasonably affordable help when there is no other possibility to get the help needed to maintain the ability to receive the help they need to continue providing for their families. Yes,I realize you are. Or providing a free service, in a more affordable manner.
I just wanted to say “Thank you” for the less fortunate to have the option you provide.
Believe me, I understand that, as in 1990, I was placing myself in some of the most demanding situations for barely being paid just over minimum wage (I was making $5.50/ hr and worked 48 hrs on duty and 24 hrs off, because of my drive and passion to provide for my fellow man).
It actually took me the entire 25 years in EMS, even with my Critical Care Licensure (We, as Critical Care Medics we’re in the same classes as Registered Nurses with Critical Care licensure) the highest level of training a paramedic can have) licensure (yes, in GA, being a paramedic gains a professional licensure and not certification) to finally break the $42,000/ yr mark and finally be able to work a normal hours most medics work.
Again, THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart, for the service you provide and may God bless and protect you for the selfless sacrifice you have dedicated your life to provide!
It's scary to think that all these things were actually INSIDE people, and the fact that you know how to remove them with such precision is AMAZING! :) :) Really opened my eyes to how important the work of dermatologists is (people think of them as just "beauty doctors" and forget that they're treating ACTUAL DISEASES in the skin)!
I can imagine the relief someone must feel walking out of your office, knowing that something (potentially cancerous), that's growing bigger and bigger, that could be causing God-knows-what-amount of damage, let alone discomfort and pain, is OUT of the body and can't do any more harm! :)
LITERALLY, we're watching a sick patient get almost completely healed in seconds!
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Despite diabetics being prone to heart problems, the study participants did not suffer as many incidents as similar patients not on the drug.