First, there’s a $120 consultation fee. If you aren’t familiar with the doctor of blemish destruction herself, Sandra Lee rose to YouTube fame by uploading grossly satisfying videos of her applying dermatological techniques to the destruction of acne, pimples, cysts, and other skin conditions.
How much does Dr. Lee charge?
Being seen by a celebrity doctor can come with an expensive price tag. While Dr. Lee starts off with a $120 consultation fee, the price only goes up from there, depending on the work needed. Cheat Sheet reported that Dr. Lee’s extraction procedures can range anywhere from $500 to $600 each.
Do patients pay Dr. Lee Pimple Popper?
Sandra Lee’s services come highly-recommended, so it may be no surprise that fans might expect an extraction to be relatively costly. However, it seems Dr. Lee and the Dr. Pimple Popper team make sure that guests on the show are cared for free of charge.
How do I get an appointment with Dr. Lee’s Pimple Popper?
If you would like to make an appointment please contact the main medical office at (909) 981-8929, located at 859 East Foothill Blvd, Upland CA 91786.
Did Dr Pimple Popper get Cancelled?
No, there’s no reason to believe that Dr Pimple Popper has been cancelled. The TLC show, and Dr Sandra Lee, is extremely popular with viewers, so it’s very unlikely that the show would’ve been axed.
Does Dr Sandra Lee take insurance?
Dr. Lee completed a residency at SUNY Dwnst University Kings Hospital. She currently practices at Dr. Betty Yan and is affiliated with San Antonio Regional Hospital. She accepts multiple insurance plans.
What happened to Brittany Sharp on Dr Pimple Popper?
Sharp’s cause of death was not revealed. However, she passed away on May 2, 2019. Fans of the show left her family their condolences via an online obituary at the Williams Funeral Home. One fan wrote: “Praying for The Family of this Angel.”
How long has Dr Pimple Popper been married?
Dr. Jeffrey is a married man to his wife Sandra Lee (American dermatologist) since May 28, 2000, whom they have two boys(sons) together, who are now 14 and 15 years old as of 2020.