Botox is a popular treatment for diminishing frown lines and wrinkles, but it's not for everyone. Sarah, 49, administers the injections to her 16-year-old daughter, Hannah, who was concerned about frown lines. The Doctors engage in a heated debate...
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Botox for Teens - Part 1/2 Dr. Travis Stork: Let’s talk about something else that is going on in Britain, a 16 year old girls already getting in Botox treatments from her mother. What is interesting is she is single mother of three and holds the world record for the most cosmetic procedures. And has reportedly is not more than five hundred thousand pounds to get the perfect face and body. And here a few pictures if you want to see side by side mother and daughter. And this is a mother who is proud of the fact that she is giving Botox injections. And I have to say, she is then esthetician. So, we have Hana’s mother Sarah Burge to joining us via PolyCam from London, England. Welcome to the show. Sarah Burge: Hi! Good afternoon. I’m delighted to be here or they’re not, well whatever. Dr. Travis Stork: Well, it is amazing how we are able to talk to you in England. But one of the things that we have a problem with is teaching kids especially as young as your daughter that they need to change themselves this early on in life in particular—she is 16. Sarah Burge: Well, that surprises me with you lots in America to be honest. Dr. Drew Ordon: Well, but… Sarah Burge: I mean to be honest—I mean my daughter came to me and she was concerned about her frown lines considering that she uses the internet so often. So, obviously often I suggest just having a couple of Botox shots and that was actually out in Marbella. But the fact remains that she came to me as a practitioner of esthetics in the first place, as suppose to going to some Voodoo witch doctor somewhere which I think is more preferable because, who knows what they give to her. Dr. Drew Ordon: 16 year olds do not get frown lines. And you know we have to set the difference between aging gracefully and making the attempt to not age at all. That just does not work. And starting at 16 is too much. That’s too much. That picture of you holding the syringe next to your daughter’s face. I mean, that was a disturbing image. Sarah Burge: Excuse me. I’m not murdering children or anything like that. Dr. Drew Ordon: She is only 16. Sarah Burge: I think you’re uploading this a little bit out of proportion. Dr. Drew Ordon: We know that you love plastic surgery and that’s a whole different story. But it is obviously your influence on her that’s causing her to follow this route. She is not making a decision I think really deliberately on her own. Sarah Burge: She did it actually. She did to make her decision. Dr. Drew Ordon: But can a 16 year old make that decision? Sarah Burge: She made a very responsible decision. Dr. Drew Ordon: Why would you be injecting your own daughter? I mean you are an esthetician but you are not a health care provider that specifically trained and injecting these things. I mean you are putting your daughter in harms way doing this. You really are. You deserve no way and there’s no way you know the anatomy, the nerves, the arteries, the veins, and where the muscles they are trying to inject. There’s no way you are going to convince me of that. There’s just no way. Sarah Burge: Sir, excuse me. I did not think you are judging jury actually so I’m not in trial here.

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