Dilated Pore of Winer Corn Feat. Dr. Gawayne | Auburn Medical Group

Dilated Pore of Winer Corn Feat. Dr. Gawayne | Auburn Medical Group

hello everyone I’m dr. Dwayne bond I’m
here with Jim really who has a couple spots on her back that we’re gonna be
working on today and we had a little discussion which will play a little for
you about what we should do with those they look like some dilated pores of
liner which some of you are probably very well aware of and we will evacuate
those yeah let’s just like that we actually have this cool little tool that
we use to put pressure around it I will numb you know first because a lot of
pressure to get it out but we essentially use this tool to get out all
of the contents of those dilated pores and then once they’re all done they just
kind of flatten it going so the first thing I’m going to do is numb you up
with a little lidocaine and you can see we’ve got maybe a little harder to get
out because it’s a little more closed I’m very open 1 there and then there’s a
small one down here and on this one I’m unsure if it’s gonna want to come out what’s right though 3 times all right so the small poke didn’t even
flinch you can see a blanch up as the nephron
goes in and do down here to doing okay alright let’s try this one first let’s
get that one wants to do it okay yeah very nice nice little piece most this one this one I’m not sure if
it’s gonna want to come but do it okay does that hurt
don’t you still I pressure yep yeah you just what I mean yeah so you’ve got 11 blade there and
then let’s see if this one wants to go this one almost looks like it’s yeah there we go
there it comes it’s a new one but it’s coming nicely doing okay sorry I know
that’s a lot of pressure yeah there we go
that one came out nicely so just one of them doesn’t want to come out looks good
excuse me just said this one so let me just open it up just slightly hair it’s been a little more finicky a little out there’s a little
more in that I don’t like to to try to get out my pressure here okay there we go yeah I was grown nicely
there we go perfect I think we may be done yeah not bad huh yeah they all look
great well you I don’t see any more of that
thick keratinized material inside nice and easy and quick it’s a lot easier
than having to make any incisions and open them up thank you for joining us
for this video of Kimberly’s for blind extraction I hope you enjoyed it
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80 thoughts on “Dilated Pore of Winer Corn Feat. Dr. Gawayne | Auburn Medical Group

  1. Thank you Kimberly for sharing your dilated pore of winers! That was fun and Dr. Vaughn did very well getting them out clean. Well done all around, cheers!

  2. I only subscribe to 2 channels that are similar to this and that's because you both do more than just remove pimples. Although that's interesting also. But I like the variety. Good job!

  3. Good ones! Nice to see Dr. Gawayne again. And his blog is awesome, so everyone should go subscribe. πŸ˜€ Dr. Mark, nice camera work. πŸ™‚

  4. I should open my own Pimple popping shops. Not as a doctor. Just as a weird o that would love to pinch and squeeze the heck out of some DPOWs.
    I also noticed your Dr Pimple Popper comedone extractor πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  5. First of all I have to say that this was awesome, thank you very much.
    I was thinking while watching this video that how cool it would be if you would use Dr pimple poppers tool and I could've sworn I've seen that writing on that extractor. Am I wrong?

  6. Those came out very nice. I've had a couple small ones removed without any numbing & they were quite painful given the amount of pressure needed to extract them.

  7. I'm dying laughing at the fact u have a Dr Pimple Popper comedone extractor!!! Haha! πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜… LOVE it!!! N these were GREAT! My only question is why didn't ya 'release' them a lil from the edges before starting? They likely would've popped out even better n maybe without quite so much pressure. Just askin…

  8. DPOW don't just go away or disappear though. They just start refilling. The only time I've seen them completely resolved is with excision. He did a good job.

  9. Aaaaaaaaaaahhhhh! Like the first sip of a great cup of coffee πŸ˜„πŸ˜‰πŸ˜Š! Nice use of the Dr Pimple Popper extractor tool!

  10. Good Job! I really thought the last one was going to be a doozy on the difficult chart. Oh no, nothing was getting past you! Again Thank You for the small pleasures we enjoy!πŸ’•

  11. Last pop was great ,as she was kinda of Strawberry coloured hair was that reason two of pops were that colour as maybe hair and skin cells,xxx

  12. You did a great job at extracting the dilated pores of Winer. I really like to that you made sure all the Keratin buildup was removed you didn't leave anything in the poor the video was very clear and zoomed in so we can see everything coming out of the poor. Great job to you and the camera guy

  13. Hey, why didn't you say my name? Dr G? I'm paying 25 each month to you… nicely done pop's, they can be a pain in the ***.

  14. Relatively small dilated pores of winer compared to what I have seen in other videos, but nonetheless, very satisfying to watch. Thanks Dr. Gwayne for uploading!!

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