For years TV has found inspiration, life in the work of doctors. But now medicine is going viral. Tonight the snap chat doctor Miami. The broadcast of a surgery given his multitudes of fame. But does... See More
For years TV has found inspiration, life in the work of doctors. But now medicine is going viral. Tonight the snap chat doctor Miami. The broadcast of a surgery given his multitudes of fame. But does it come with more risk? Here's our business economics and technology correspondent for a series, social stars. Reporter: It's inside the operating room like you've never seen before. How nice does this booty look now? Brought to you by the man named as Dr. Miami. Reporter: He's taking viewers behind the scenes of surgeries. Most so graphic we can't even show you. Welcome back to the operating room. We have a Brazilian butt lift. We're going to give her a round booty. We're going to make this curvy. Reporter: Capturing the before, after, and everything inbetween. In these ten second video clips he posts to social media platform snap chat. The result, a cult following of millions of snap chat followers and more new patients than he can handle. We said we're going to take a break from appointments. We have a backlog for more than a year. Reporter: He insists that all this doesn't distract him in the operating room where life is literally in his hands. God forbid that worst case scenario, somebody dies on your table. We are careful. We hope it never happens. Reporter: She was lucky she got on his schedule. You can watch her here unconscious on the operating table undergoing a Brazilian butt lift and lipo suction. I have a lot of friends. I want them to be part of it. Reporter: On the show botched millions of fans tuned in to see the good, bad, and the ugly side of cosmetic surgery. But in Dr. Miami's or, fans are getting unfiltered video almost in instan instantaneously. It's everything she wanted in a booty and a bag of chips. All that and more. Do you say bag of chips? Reporter: But unfocussed doctors in the operating room may have backfired before. After a comedian, Joan rivers suffered fate complications, her daughter sued where the procedure was done claiming, among other allegations that a doctor took photos of Joan rivers while under sedation. The case is pending and defendants denied wrong doing. So far for Dr. Miami, no snap chat lawsuits or complications. Reporter: If something goes wrong, somebody has the evidence to say look what we did. We have the moment on tape. I think all surgeries should be on tape. What's wrong with transparency? It's like saying to a cop why are you wearing a body camera? I think body cameras on police and cameras in schools are a good thing too. It keeps everybody focussed. Reporter: In his office, everyone has a choice. Has anyone asked you not to snap chat their surgery? About a third of them don't want anything to do with social media. They have to sign a form. About two-thirds of my patients snap chat do want to, a third don't. That's the inverse of what it was in the beginning. In the beginning one and three would allow me to, but now people ask to. Reporter: Like so many of his patients, Cynthia first discovered his work on snap chat. I started watching his snap chats. And in the beginning it was a little gross, and then after that I was just amazed with his work. Reporter: So she flew over 1,000 miles just to be here today. The best way to start a week, huh? Reporter: A surgery like the one Cynthia is having costs close to $8,000. But Cynthia says it's worth it. Dr. T Dr. Started out by posting his surgery pics to instagram but says he got kicked off for being too graphic. That's when his 16-year-old daughter introduced him to snap chat. He set up the account. He didn't know how to use it. I had to show him. This is the pic. Then he went to his office and that day he started using it. Reporter: I have to ask. Your daughter who is 15 originally. How old now? Almost 17 now. Reporter: Almost 17. When she's 18, she goes into a doctor's office like yours and -- and her surgery is on snap chat? It's up to her. I'm okay with that. She's a great girl. I love her. She makes her own decisions. I'm okay with it. Reporter: The father of five employs not one but two fame snap chatters. How was the rest of your Sunday? Much better. I slept after the I'.v. I heard you hurled. It's almost like a hobby. Some people have race cars or fancy boats. I have a Brittany and Ashley. Reporter: They capture his every move in the oerting room and are snap chat side kicks. And they have large followings of their own. I made my incision here. And I'm making my tunnels. I'm making my tunnels. Reporter: Everyone in the office is in on Dr. Miami's snap chat game broadcasting every detail. From the moment he walks in the door. Today we have a implant exchange. Bbl. Bam. Awesome. Reporter: Into the O.R. Where Cynthia is halfway through her transformation. Perfect. Save. This cheek is done. I can't get anymore fatter there. It's shooting out. It's nice and round. It's perky. Reporter: Dr. Miami's popularity only seems to be growing. Here are your finalists for best snap chatter of the year. Reporter: He was in second for snap chatter of the year. Second. Reporter: Maybe next year. You never know. Reporter: While snap chat might have made his famous. Thank you for everything. You're great. Reporter: His patients say the work speaks for itself. Ten days after her surgery, Cynthia's backside has been transformed. And thanks to snap chat, it's there for everyone to see. We're all done. Look at this booty. I'll clean it up and show you the before and after. Reporter: For "Nightline" in Miami.
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