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Second Cyst Excision & Allergic Contact Dermatitis with Dr Pimple PopperAn epidermoid cyst (Epidermal Inclusion cyst, Infundibular cyst), is a benign growth commonly found in the skin and typically appears on the face, neck or trunk, ...
Medley with Dr. Pimple PopperCase #1: Milia + Blackhead Case #2: Acrochordon (Skin Tags) Case #3: Non-Bloody Blackheads Case #4: Milia Case #5: Blackheads Subscribe to my ...
"Popping Out" a dermal piercing on the Right CheekSorry, i forgot to add my explanation here in the video description. Here goes: This patient requested that I remove her dermal piercing because she wanted ...
Dr Pimple Popper: THANK YOU, POPAHOLICS FOR ONE BILLION VIEWS!!!I started this YouTube Channel in 2010, but it wasn't until the end of 2014 that I started to post videos of cases I see in my office. And it was at that time that I ...
Dermatology Medley Time!Case #1: Mole Some might call these a "cerebriform mole" since it has undulations like the gyra of the brain. These are particularly annoying because they get ...
A Lipoma International on the Arm!A lipoma is slow-growing, benign growth of fat cells. It is contained in a thin, fibrous capsule and found right under the skin. A lipoma is typically not tender and ...
One Big Milium with Dr Pimple PopperA milium (single for milia) is a small superficial cyst formed in the top layer of the skin called the epidermis. They appear as tiny, pearly-white bumps just under ...
Splash Screen Required for this Earlobe Cyst! With Dr Pimple PopperYou will notice that I didn't incise the area in a straight line, but rather along the margin of his right earlobe. This is purposeful, to hide the scar in a normal crease, ...
Have you seen a Tinier Pilar Cyst Excision?A Pilar Cyst, aka a trichilemmal cyst, an isthmus-catagen cyst, or a “wen”, looks identical on examination to the more common epidermoid cyst, except that 90% ...
Large Pilar Cyst Finally Gone!A Pilar Cyst, aka a trichilemmal cyst, an isthmus-catagen cyst, or a “wen”, looks identical on examination to the more common epidermoid cyst, except that 90% ...

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