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I'm a Michigan-based Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who has been featured on Dr. 90210. The info here is my opinion alone and should not be taken as fact or as medical advice. I've not treated any of the celebrities presented here.

Monday, September 15, 2008

The Lizardman - Crazy Stuff!

If you think Jocelyn Wildenstein has problems, take a look at the Lizardman! He is a 35 year old man who has transformed himself into a reptile via 700 hours of tattooing, five Teflon horns implanted beneath the skin of his eyebrows, filing down of his teeth into sharp fangs, bifurcation of his tongue, and stretching of his septum and earlobes. No, a board-certified plastic surgeon did not perform his procedures. The surgeon would hopefully lose his certification if he did.

Now, as a plastic surgeon, how would I fix the Lizardman to make him look more normal?

Got me!

How would you like to meet this guy in a dark alley at night?

For more information on the Lizardman or to book him for a performance, click here.

Thanks for reading.
Michigan-based Plastic Surgeon
Anthony Youn, M.D.


marly silk artist said...

I was about to make a snide comment such as he looks like my typical blind date but then I read his FAQ list on his site and I reconsidered. He is quite extraordinary and I'm not referring to his appearance. Thank you, Dr. Youn, for introducing this incredible person to me.

Seleb n Silly said...

700 hundred hours of tattooing, bet he can define PAIN.

Anonymous said...

I can only think of three words to describe this: What. The. F**k.

Anonymous said...

I normally love your blog, but your post on the Lizard-Man was very close minded. One would expect that from someone who makes his living modifying people to enhance their lives would have a bit more understanding for someone who chose to do this in an albeit more alternative manor. He may not be "normal", but at least he is wasn't afraid to express himself in a way that empowered him regardless of how others view him

Dr. Tony Youn said...

Thanks for your comments. Anon#2 - I think you misread my intentions of the article. I have nothing against the Lizardman and think he should live and look as he pleases. I just think, as the majority of the population I would guess, that his appearance is a bit crazy. I'm a very "live and let live" type of guy. Thanks for reading my blog!

Jen said...

How would I like to meet the Lizardman in a dark alley? I'd love it. I'd ask him if he minded walking me to my vehicle and feel much safer for it. As someone who has had the pleasure of spending time with The Lizardman, I know how well spoken and non-threatening he is. Implying that he is somehow dangerous is about as silly as asking how we might like to meet a large (insert other ethnicity here) man in a dark alley.

Dr. Tony Youn said...

Lighten up Jen-

Anonymous said...

He can be found in an short on Very funny guy.