• In a new Instagram video, dr. Pimple Popper a large cyst on the neck of a patient together.
• Cervical cysts, which are often sebaceous cysts, often form when glands are blocked, often due to the inclusion of oil or dead skin cells.
• The cysts are usually benign and easy for a dermatologist to treat in a single procedure.
Sometimes it's perfectly clear that Dr. Pimple Popper knows exactly what her fans want. And in her latest clip, she gets straight to the point, with a close-up of a giant cyst on a patient's neck, which she immediately removes.
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Cervical cysts can occur for a variety of reasons, according to Healthline, and are usually a type of sebaceous cyst , They tend to form when oil-producing sebaceous glands clog. As the oil and dead skin cells accumulate, the cervical cyst grows in size. Luckily, they're like Dr. Pimple Popper demonstrates once again, easy to treat, when they become unwieldy for patients. Look at these, which Dr. Lee recently reviewed in Season 3 Preview.
Season 3 of Dr. Pimple Popper is currently airing on TLC on Thursday night at 9/8 Central.