The Drs: 24-Hour Insta-Butt
The Doctors talked about a procedure that allows you to “try it before you buy it” in regards to butt enhancements. A New York City doctor provides injections that allow you to test out bigger, fuller buttocks before deciding whether you truly want to undergo surgery and get butt implants.
The Doctors were joined by the creator of the 24-hour “insta-butt” procedure, who was previously there to talk about his “insta-breast” procedure. Dr Norman Rowe said there are more women who want breast augmentations than butt implants, so he doesn’t think the procedure will be as popular as the insta-breast, but is still offering it. He explained that he injects saline into the rear end to allow them to see what it would look like with an implant, and how big they would want to go.
The Drs: Temporary Butt Enhancement
It costs $850 for a 24-hour butt lift, but if someone goes ahead with the surgery, that fee is applied to the surgery. Dr Rowe said the saline has a little anesthesia mixed in with it, so the patients feel nothing. It takes them 15 minutes to get to the size they want, and there is no bruising. Dr Rowe said recently they’ve started to augment someone’s buttock with their own fat, and this really allows someone to avoid wishing they went bigger or smaller, by letting them go for a “test run” first.
Dr Rowe said in his practice, about 50% of the women who get the butt injections go on to have the Brazilian butt lift procedure. Dr Rowe said for the people choose not to go on with the surgery, he said it’s money well spent because they realized that a butt lift procedure was not for them.
Would you get a 24-hour butt lift?
The Drs: Drunk Driving Caught On Tape
The Doctors then moved on to talk about the obviously dangerous act of drinking and driving. They shared a video of an inebriated driver who got behind the wheel, even after various restaurant patrons tried to keep it from happening. Just seconds after pulling out of the parking lot, the man crossed over the median and an oncoming car crashed into the side of his vehicle. All those involved stepped away with only minor injuries, but the big question is: what should you do to stop someone who is determined to get behind the wheel when they shouldn’t?
The man who caught it all on camera was Ryan, and he joined the show over the phone. Ryan explained that he started recording because he had seen incidents like this before. He said he was filming for liability purposes, and Dr Jennifer Ashton wondered if it ever crossed his mind to stop the man from making the stupid decision that he did.
The Drs: Prevent An Intoxicated Person From Getting Behind The Wheel
The Doctors began to argue over how the situation should have been handled, arguing that trying to rationalize with a drunk person is never a good idea. Dr Ashton said in terms of general responsibility, she would have gone up to the person and expressed her concern for their health. Dr Ross said once you do that, you should then call 911. They went back and forth about whether or not to approach the man and try to keep him from driving, so to me it seems like a judgement call. Also, if you’re going to approach a drunk person, make sure you have backup in order to protect yourself.
Dr Travis Stork revealed that people will, on average, drive 80 times intoxicated before they get caught. Either you will get caught or you will kill someone else, so don’t drink and drive! Would you intervene and try to stop an intoxicated person from driving?
The Drs: Shuddle Carpool Service For Kids
Speaking of driving, The Doctors then wanted to discuss the app called Shuddle, which is a San Francisco-based ride-sharing app that allows parents to schedule rides for their kids for a monthly fee of $9 and fares to and from their locations. The drivers have to go through national and international background checks, but is this just putting kids in cars with strangers?
Dr Drew Ordon said it’s a great idea, but he would be concerned about bad people slipping through the background checks. Dr Stork pointed out that most of the drivers for the company are women who have experience with children, which could provide more comfort for parents.
Would you let your children ride in a car with a stranger, even if they passed several background checks?