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There's no shortage of attractive people in Miami, but some of them needed some artificial help to get that way, and many of those folks probably went to Dr. Michael Salzhauer. He is such a prolific plastic surgeon around the city that he has earned the nickname Dr. Miami. The surgeon has even gained a worldwide following by sharing the uncensored, and sometimes unconventional, procedures that he performs on his patients, who he calls "beauty warriors." Whether it's a tummy tuck, a breast augmentation or a nose job, Dr. Miami isn't afraid to livestream it on social media, which is the job of social media coordinators Brittany and Ashley -- who are always vying for the doctor's attention. Dr. Miami's sister-in-law Rosy runs the practice as its COO, and her responsibilities include being the unofficial staff therapist.

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aired 467 days ago
A competitor's employee, Lakesha, wants Dr. Miami to give her a full body makeover after losing 130 pounds from bariatric surgery, but she may get fired if her boss finds out; one lucky employee gets chosen for a surprise surgery.
aired 467 days ago
Bad Girls blow up at Dr. Miami's staff; sister surgery competition; Kristi wants her nose to look like her hubby's ex-wife; Kristi's surgery may be in danger.
aired 474 days ago
Dr. Miami helps Telenovela star Raquenel fix her deep wounds, but her bestie, Liliana, may scare her off; a sexy glamour model wants a new nose, but her strict mom challenges Dr. Miami.
aired 475 days ago
Dr. Miami's challenged to fix a shooting victim's nerve pain; sexy Carolina wants to surprise her boyfriend with a new kitty and O-shot.
aired 476 days ago
A beautiful actress wants a breast reduction; Claire wants a new bod, but her controlling dad is anti-surgery.
aired 476 days ago
Dr. Miami is shocked by a surprise at Ashley's Mommy Makeover reveal; social media star Adam Barta wants a new nose and chin, but his missing implant wreaks havoc in the operating room.

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