Bad Face Lift

“She has a long road, thousands and thousands of dollars to correct what was probably 0 to 0,” says Dr. Martin of Rajee. He shows a small jar of clear substance. “This is a medical-grade silicone. Just this bottle is about 0 to 0. And that’s why a lot of people do it; they hear, get your face pumped up for 0. Well, if you can get that done for 0, you have to be very worried.”

Dr. John Martin, Jr. and Dr. Anthony Griffin join Dr. Phil. Both physicians have experience with repairing botched cosmetic surgeries.

Dr. Phil asks about the trend of Botox parties and medical spas, where people can go to be injected or get various treatments that aren’t in a surgical setting. “Is that legal, and is that safe?” he asks.

“Well, it’s legal,” says Dr. Griffin. “Botox parties are not recommended. For example, anything outside a licensed medical facility is not recommended because you can have a reaction immediately or sometime after. And I always tell patients that any time they’re breaking the skin, that’s a medical treatment, that’s a medical procedure. It isn’t a beauty treatment. It isn’t like getting your hair done. So, you have to be careful. You have to think of these beauty treatments as a medical procedure, and they have risks: bleeding, infection, reaction, death from anesthesia.”

How about these doctors who come into Florida from Brazil and other places? They’re not licensed in the United States, right?” Dr. Phil asks.

“I don’t even know if they’re licensed in their own country,” Dr. Martin says. “We have no idea. They come, they rent a hotel room, they bring product with them, and then they start injecting people at discount prices, and then they leave, so you have no recourse.” He explains that these doctors often just disappear, even though you might still need aftercare.

Spencer Aronfeld, Shaquanda’s attorney, also represented victims of Reinaldo Sylvestre, “The Butcher of South Beach.”

Spencer says that after five years, they finally tracked down Sylvestre in Belize, where he was teaching plastic surgery at a university and performing procedures on his students.

Dr. Martin and Dr. Griffin advise anyone considering plastic surgery to do their homework.


  1. maybemab1 says

    Well botox doesn’t. BUT it can weaken muscles over time which makes the
    skin sag faster. I prefer lines :P. I believe that we can make the face
    grow better in a healthy way with a new generation of orthodontic
    appliances and it reduces and even eliminates the need for surgery and

  2. supplement31 says

    chill while the majority of black stripper do get this operation done there
    are other races that do it so everyone and anyone who does it is stupid

  3. globehunter2 says

    Beauty sadly has become a life altering obsession no matter of the risk or
    emotional and monetary cost.Once you allow foreign matter into your face?
    then you set your self up for hopeful results or unending nightmares.
    Silicone may give you the fountain of youth for a while, but then it may
    turn on you with out notice and take you straight to hell with irreversible

  4. Catheliah says

    Is it me or does it seem like Dr.Phil is nitpicking? The surgeon said
    “illegal injection” and he called it “injection” (because there’s a legal
    difference) but Dr.Phil tried to correct him when the surgeon called the
    one with the botched face his patient, Dr.Phil tried to correct him…what
    the heck…

  5. najatch79 says

    WHYYYYYYY the hell would anybody in their right fucking mind do this?! Go
    to somebody that is wayyyy cheaper that a clinic and think that its ok and
    they will be fine? Why cant people be happy with the way they look, and
    grow old with pride!! This is what you get for being ungratefull, you end
    up looking like this because you couldnt deal with the fact that you are
    BLESSED getting old, or have a flat butt!

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