• Acne Vulgaris and Extracting large Whiteheads – Part 1
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    Acne Vulgaris and Extracting large Whiteheads – Part 1

    Dr. Lee: Just going to put a little nick there Dr. Lee: You’re tough, I already know you’re tough, because I know some of those you must feel a little bit. Patient: Dr. Lee: So I am just going to squeeze on them Dr. Lee: Pushing against you. Dr. Lee: Good Dr. Lee: Right, if you need a break, you just tell me, ok? Patient: Dr. Lee: How long have you been on Accutane so far? Patient: I just finished my fourth month. Dr. Lee: So it is really starting to work now. Patient: It is, yeah Dr. Lee: You don’t have any breakouts right now, just those underneath cysts.…

  • “Food Does Not Cause Acne” – Response to your comments!!
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    “Food Does Not Cause Acne” – Response to your comments!!

    I heard a lot of comments on my Acne video that were disputing my assertions that food in general does not cause Acne Food does not cause Acne! In general! Let me clarify a little bit about what I said in my Acne video I was saying this as a generality I think that there are a lot of hormones in foods such as milk products, and hormones we do know help to promote the worsening of Acne So, yes, there are certain foods that I think you should avoid because of the hormones that are added to it But it’s still important to know that if you eat a…

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    Grapefruit-sized Growth, Part 1: The Punch

    ENGLISH He actually saw someone else who had this procedure you know so (unintelligible) Dr. Lee – Have you ever seen anybody for this? Patient – No. Dr. Lee – No? Dr. Lee – Have you ever seen anybody for this? Patient – No. Dr. Lee – No? Dr. Lee – Because it’s something that you know um (put on mute) Dr. Lee – It started very little and then just right in the middle of it and then it just started growing and growing huh? It’s pretty firm. I don’t if it’s a lipoma or a cyst. And I feel a little depression right here. So what I think…

  • Earlobe Repair after Skin Cancer Removal (Mohs Surgery)
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    Earlobe Repair after Skin Cancer Removal (Mohs Surgery)

    Skin cancer here, basal cell, which is not life threatening but locally destructive here. You’ve had one of these before. “Yes” And we’ve removed it now, it’s all clear, but we’re gonna actually move, it’s called the double advancement flap, where I’m gonna move this tissue a little up and move this tissue down to cover this little baby Tyson bite. …that we have here. Okay… You shouldn’t feel anything other than us touching you. It’s called the double advancement because we’re advancing tissue from both sides here. You’ve got something right here, too. Doing just great! Okay? Nothing’s bothering you, right? No. Good. Got it? Just going to use…

  • Multiple milia under the eyes
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    Multiple milia under the eyes

    So you’re gonna hear this little buzz– Well, you’re not really gonna hear a noise, but you’re gonna feel one little pinch here. I’m gonna do one, okay? Just one. I’ll do this one right here. You can feel me touch you right there. Okay. Ready? You okay? Mhmm. I’ll do it a couple times right there. Gonna do it again. A tiny one. You okay? She’s tough. Good. These are milia she’s got on her eye. I don’t know why you have so many of them here. (Background: What… what causes these?) Y’know, they’re… (Background:Fatty food?) No, no. You okay? If you need a break, just raise your hand,…

  • Newborn | Baby | Care | Skin | Heat | Rash | Treatment | Erythema | Jaundice | Milia | Symptoms
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    Newborn | Baby | Care | Skin | Heat | Rash | Treatment | Erythema | Jaundice | Milia | Symptoms

    hello today we will be talking a few things about normal newborn care firstly we will be talking about certain things we are seen in new born period which are normal and which are abnormal and newborn baby care about the general care of newborn babies so now skin to the normal issues normal things which we seen in new born period which are independent as abnormal the most common heat among that is rashes which are seen over the body of the babies in the initial few days they are rash commonly interpreted as mosquito bites it looks exactly like a mosquito bite treatment are called as erythema toxicum…

  • A Life-Changing Pop with Dr Pimple Popper
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    A Life-Changing Pop with Dr Pimple Popper

    This has been removed before and also been inflamed before You’re doing fantastic sorry it has to be in such a tough area that we gotta’… Do such awkward things to you here. don’t hold your breath! breath thats the most important thing for us! Please Please Breathe! I free dive Wow you do?! Now that’s interesting (so I’m practicing) I think I need to actually squeeze it I was going to see if I could try to get it out whole but the problem with that is that it takes a lot longer I see it, its right there! But its kind of sticking to ya! We see the…

  • A recurrent cyst removed via punch biopsy tool
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    A recurrent cyst removed via punch biopsy tool

    So this was removed, this has been here for 10 years, ten years and you had it lanced twice and they tried to remove it but it didn’t come. They actually never excised it, well they did excise it, they put stitches here. Somebody actually cut it out and put stitches, right? Yes. -And then it came back. -The second time. Little baby pinch here okay? I’m going to put some numbing right there. -You already said you didn’t feel too much. -Yeah. Ooo I just got sprayed. Thankfully it was on my shirt. You got me sprayed. That’s okay, it was my fault, I should’ve just… Keep my mouth…

  • At Home with Your Newborn | Skin Conditions
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    At Home with Your Newborn | Skin Conditions

    At home with your newborn: Skin conditions It is not uncommon for babies to get skin rashes. rashes can look different on different baby skin As a parent, you may not know if the rash is something to worry about. remember that you can always call your baby’s doctors office in and ask to speak with the nurse if you’re concerned. Some rashes are more commonly seen during the first few months of life. Let’s look at the rashes that are more common at birth. Jaundice Jaundice is commonly seen within a few days at birth. It appears as a yellowing of the skin, lips, and eyes. Many babies go…