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The Doctors are discussing some shocking photos that could have you asking, "What is this?" "What happened?" and "Could This Happen to You?"
Microblading gone wrong!: The Doctors examine a photo of a woman who claims a microblading procedure left her with no eyebrows. Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra explains that the procedure consists of small incisions in the skin followed by tattoo ink to fill in gaps in your brows. Dr. Batra says the woman appears to have had a bacterial infection as a result of the procedure, along with a reaction to the ink. If you are thinking about microblading, Dr. Batra says to make sure you are seeing someone who is licensed to perform this procedure and make sure all safety procedures are being followed by the professional.
Extreme scabies!: They also discuss a man covered with millions of mites, which was an extreme case of crusted scabies. Luckily, after 2 weeks of treatment, the scabies went away. The Doctors warn that this is highly contagious and can happen in nursing homes and people with comprised immune systems.
Crushed and damaged skull!: The last shocking image is the result of a woman not wearing her seatbelt. After being thrown from a vehicle, the woman's skull and face were extremely damaged and her eye was found near her nasal cavity. Miraculously the woman survived and hours of surgery were required to reconstruct her face.