Plastic Surgery Do-Overs

Two celebrity plastic surgeons operate on high-profile patients hoping to re-do work they had done.
9:14 | 06/21/14

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Last year alone, millions of Americans spent billions of dollars to change the way they look. Tonight we'll take you inside the way of extreme plastic surgery and how much is too much. We'll start in Hollywood where everybody had a little bit of work done but not everybody ends up with the body of their dreams. My name is Luis Jenkins, I'm 34 and my breasts look like Frankenstein. As plastic surgery goes, there's that perceived idea of perfection then what Alesia Jenkins said she wound up with after breast implants. So, you had a really significant uniboob. It was the worst I've ever seen. Significant uniboob. You heard right. She said uniboob, like her breasts fused together. I guess the pockets open up and the tissue is together. It was over my sternum and it was one, basically. Tell me what it felt like. . There was no way to describe it. I couldn't lift my son. I couldn't sit on the floor because I was so out of breath. Picking him up. I couldn't let him get too close to me. Because if he whacked me it hurt pretty good. She said it was after the birth of her son she decided to get implants. I breast fed him. After I did that. They were two complete different sizes. Nothing fit, my bras department fit anymore. I wanted to be the way I was again. It went horribly wrong. To say this isn't what she his had in mind when she went under the knife is an understatement. I never thought in a million years I would end up with the results I had. That was a never a thought when I went into surgery. I thought I would have amazing perfect boob is when I got out and it didn't happen that way. Turns out she's not alone. When people run into odd problems fixing their breast, nose, eye, you name it. This is what comes next. Meet doctors Paul and terry, P experts in plastic surgery and stars of "Botched" the new reality show. Filled with plastic surgery that has gone wrong. This is what happened he they get botched. Two doctors trying to fix sometimes desperate -- How many surgeons have you had on your nose? Six. I lost fate of anybody happening it. Sometimes weird patients. My reason for contacting you, I'm looking for a surgeon to help me rebuild and modify my body. I've come up with new plans for quad drepcrepts implants, lat implants and quad implants. You designed these? Dy them myself. Doctors say the show captures what they see in their practices all of the time the often hidden but quietly whispered about mistakes. What does it say about society that this show exists right now. That people are having these kind of problems. When there's plastic surgery, there's surgery. When there's surgery, there's complicati complications. And sometimes great isn't good enough. They want perfect. And that pursuit of perfection can sometimes lead to major problems in plastic surgery. Dr. Nassif said many problems come from a case of buyer beware. The number one reason they seek out a revision specialist. They didn't do enough research and find the right doctor. Some are not board certified that are doing all types of plastic surgery. According to Dr. Dubrow. Breast implants are the most popular and they're the most commonly messed up and in his experience in need of mixing. I've seen the entire gamut of two large breasts that raid their skin. When they open their bra, the implant wore a hole in their skin. It's not just plastic but less than shy patients like Janet Dickinson. What bothers you about your bests. . My silicone implants have been there for 30 years. For her it's not just botched but neglected. Dr. Dubrow said the implants need replaced for 10, 15 years. Any procedures has been on her face since she aged. She was focused in the upper area. I think the paparazzi was tired of her catching photos with really bad breasts and thin skin. It impaired her ability to get certain kinds of jobs. She said her 30-year-old implants were having problems and she wanted Dr. Dubrow to fix them though she didn't want to follow the instructions after surgery. What is this? The drain from my boobs. You took your drain out? Kill me. This is so dangerous, Janice. Oh, my god, I'm sorry, so sue me. She's the most challenging patient I had. Let's put it this way. If I never operate on Janice Dickenson again, that would be too soon. I had eight or nine cosmo covers. Dickenson likes to brag about her plastic surgery. Surgery is good for you. Can be a handful. Yes, I had my brow lifted because I was getting a little sag coming down my face. Yes, I've had collagen put in, injections. It's for the fine lines on the face. Botox, yes, plenty. You love the botox? Has to be done. How about below the neck. You want to talk about my breasts? After I had my son. Augmentation pumped up the volume for me. . Do you think you're addicted to plastic surgery? No. What do you think it means it be addicted. You've done a lot. I've done as much as every other actress or model out there. I'm willing to talk about it. Do you worry about this that people have a problem? I do worry about it. There's patients that injected themselves in indoes drious-grade silicone you see in warehouses. I've seen people go across the border for a discount that turned into a nightmare. It isn't just a problem for the famous. The your hands on your hips and push. Okay. You're under the muscle for sure. Alesia sells bikinis and said most customers had breast implants too, which is why she never thought of it as more complicated than coloring her hair. Being in the business of selling bikinis, I at least need to be able to wear them and be proud of my product. I thought I'd get a lift and implants and everything would be fine. Problems started soon after her surgery and she looked to Dr. Dubrow for help. I started having pain. It made everything I had gone through more difficult. Alesia's case is the most difficult I have ever seen. Anything you don't want to fix Alesia had. Dr. Dubrow is anxious to help Alesia, something they're anxious to show off on the new show. Today, she can finally pick up her toddler. Her husband said their experience should serve as a warning for a generation that looks at plastic surgery like buying a new pair of shoes. Ultimately, we're lucky. My wife is still here with us. It could have been worse. We need to educate everybody, society as a whole and let them go. It's surgery. You used to not go to the hospital unless there's a problem. Now people readily go just to go. It's a big risk. Doctors say they make up 1% or 2% of surgeries, not every botched job can be fixed. I late to use this phrase, you get what you pay for. In general, if you're really trying to save money, don't do it on plastic surgery. Do your research. Who knows, you might find the best doctor who is very reasonable. Don't do plastic surgery based on the costs. Let's get you in a bikini feeling as comfortable as possible. That's what I'm saying. I can't figure out if you are doing the show talking about this is good or terrible for business? I don't care if it's good or bad for business. I think they understand the truth. It's serious procedure with serious ramifications. It can turn into a horror show.

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