The Doctors: Leave It On Or Take It Off?
The Doctors helped viewers know when to leave it on or take it off when it comes to lumps, bumps, moles and much more. As Dr. Lisa Masterson pointed out, it’s important to know and embrace what’s happening everywhere on your body – including “down there.” She recommends that both men and women get naked in front of the mirror and visit the doctor if anything looks or feels abnormal.
Dr. Travis Stork Bump Removal
Next, Dr. Andrew Ordon examined a few audience members who had questions regarding bumps and moles on their bodies. But first, his colleague Dr. Travis Stork had a question of his own. Dr. Ordon removed a small, benign bump from Dr. Travis’s forearm during the commercial break. He was stitched up and ready to resume his hosting duties in no time!
The Doctors: Audience Skin Concerns & Mole Biopsy
Later, audience member Autumn had Dr. Ordon examine two moles: one on her ear and one on her stomach. Both moles had slightly irregular borders and different pigmentation, which makes them appear “suspicious.” Although Dr. Ordon believed them both to be benign, even doctors require a biopsy in order to know for sure. As Dr. Ordon suggested, oftentimes skin cancer appears harmless, while a harmless mole could in fact be cancer.
Another audience member, Kelly, had Dr. Ordon identify a red bump that’s been on his nose since college. Dr. Ordon believed this to be a benign sebaceous gland hyperplasia, which is usually treated with a CO2 laser.
Dr. Ordon advised both Autumn and Kelly to visit his office in Beverly Hills to have the bumps and moles removed quickly and painlessly.