Dr. Pimple Popper appears as a slippery “snake” lipoma in a Youtube video

  • In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper, it helps a patient with slippery, slippery lipomas.
  • The dermatologist tries his best to squeeze it out with his hands.
  • Dr. Pimple Popper says to get out, then back.

    Dermatologist Sandra Lee, Ph.D. Med., Aka Dr. Pimple Popper is really multi-talented. She has many creative strategies for popping up all the different pimples that her patients bring, and she is a total professional. Still, annoying pimples can surprise her.

    Dr. Pimple Popper explained, “I thought this lipoma was going to pop out right away, but the boy was wrong! He was just sliding back! 🐍💥” She added, “Every time I got a piece of this lipoma, she slipped back inside! 🐍”

    This lipoma required a different type of anesthesia due to safety issues. Dr. Pimple Popper explained, “If an area of ​​skin of this size needs to be anesthetized locally, it’s common to use the ‘tumescent technique,’ in the same way I numb people when I’m doing body liposuction. Basically, it’s when we dilute lidocaine, in saline ( with epinephrine and bicarbonate as usual) so we can spread it to a wider area. Lidocaine in large amounts in our body is actually life threatening, so we always monitor how much lidocaine we apply if we know we have to anesthetize a large area. “

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    This last lipoma was a real fight for dr. Pimple Popper. She cut her skin and got the right to squeeze. It took several attempts at squeezing before the whole thing came to the surface.

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    Dr. Pimple Popper also omitted some useful information about lipomas. Lipomas are slow-growing, benign (non-cancerous) growths of fat cells. These cells are contained in a thin capsule that creates the appearance of a ‘bump’ just below the skin. Lipomas are usually not tender, move easily, and do not require treatment. However, some lipomas can sitting in places that cause the patient discomfort, which is why some people may request removal.The appearance is another reason why people may also request removal.Often a small lipoma incision can be made and they can easily “pop out,” which is a simple surgical procedure under local anesthesia. “

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