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The Doctors issue a warning about having a cosmetic procedure done outside of a medical office, like at a spa. They discuss the case of Mark Schreiber, the plastic surgeon who has been sentenced to prison for a second time after injecting butts and male genitals illegally while working at a beauty spa.
They explain that the man was allegedly injecting silicone meant for manufacturing into people, which was very dangerous and toxic.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon says, "If you inject this type of silicone anywhere into your body, you are going to have problems, and it's impossible to remove all of it."
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork feels that having a butt enhancement procedure done in a backroom of a spa is not ideal, and suggests only having a procedure like this done in a reputable facility by someone who is currently licensed.
The Doctors also suggest to always check out the surroundings of wherever you are having a procedure done ensuring that it is sterile, and they note that you can search if someone's license is currently active.
Dr. Travis adds, "Ask all of the questions before and not after."