Next Episode of Dr. Pimple Popper: Before the Pop is
Dr. Pimple Popper returns with more pops than ever as Dr. Sandra Lee comes to the rescue by taking virtual appointments with patients who can't visit her office in-person. She reviews the cases via telemedicine and offers help to people with some of the most extreme skin conditions viewers have ever seen, many which have been festering and worsening during the pandemic. And, while a big part of an in-person visit with Dr. Lee features her rolling, squeezing, pinching and touching patients' skin tissue, in Before the Pop, patients must take matters into their own hands, quite literally! Viewers will watch as patients take Dr. Lee's careful direction and do some gentle poking and prodding themselves during their video appointments. After virtually connecting, Dr. Lee will give patients the answer they long to hear: whether or not she can help them and take them on as a patient in the future.
Shakisaha's earlobe split in half during a failed body modification attempt. After recovering from a flesh-eating disease, Kelly Ann developed a huge leg growth. Terrified of doctors, Dennis has gone 30 years without seeking treatment for his head bumps!
Musician Kayla has itchy eczema everywhere, making it difficult to play her guitar. Juan was bullied so badly over the painful bumps he has on his neck and torso that he dropped out of high school. Teresa has a mysterious, deflating arm growth.
After being sucker-punched, Dexter developed a large mass that protrudes from his jaw. Zaria hopes her son might avoid the multitude of tiny face bumps that seem to run in her family. Tracie and Stacie are twins with matching head bumps.
Luke has hundreds of lumps on his body that he has been hiding from his in-laws for over nine years. A trio of skin conditions cause Tanisha tremendous stress. John has been avoiding family gatherings since being teased about the huge lump on his neck.
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