The Craziest Procedures That People Actually Go Through!

The Craziest Procedures That People Actually Go Through!

Here are some of the worst procedures that
people actually do! 10 – Palm surgeries You guys ready to change your destiny?! Not everything is written in stone, and for
Japanese men and women, fate certainly isn’t. In Japan, one of the most popular fortune-telling
methods is palmistry, which is the art of reading the lines of the palm of your hand. Some people would say lines on your palm don’t
have anything to do with actual life,ME, AHEM, but apparently, palm readers in
Japan charge people money to tell people their fate! And then, people try to fool these palm readers
so they can get a better fate! What a time to be alive!!! Palm lines are basically wrinkles in your
hands. If a surgeon makes an incision in your skin
with a regular scalpel, it’ll just heal and turn white. If you make a mark with a laser, it’ll also
heal and won’t leave a clear mark. So some entrepreneur out there thought of
a way to extend or create some of these lines in the palm. The lines on the palm have to be made with
an electric scalpel, making it shaky and uneven because palm lines are never straight and
regular. What an electric scalpel does is basically
burn at the same time it cuts, so the result is a shaky line just like the natural lines
on your hands. Hey, whatever it takes to fool the palm reader
right?! 9 – Toebesity
Ever look down at your feet and feel like your toes aren’t pretty enough for flip-flops? Well, me neither, but apparently there are
people who look down and hate what they see! Every year, more and more people are getting
their toes reshaped to a thinner, leaner version of itself, as crazy as that sounds! This is called toebesity surgery. And many people are willing to go under the
knife for a purely aesthetic reason. But what do surgeons actually do to those
toes? When someone wants to reduce the size of their
toe for aesthetic reasons, doctors will cut away some part of the tissue around the toe
as well as some of the bone! Obviously this way, those little piggies are
gonna look MUCH sexier. As you guys can imagine, this procedure is
fairly dangerous. When not done by an expert, a botched operation
can result in permanent complications! 8 – Voice lift
Unfortunately for all of us, aging is a reality that’s gonna catch up with everyone. As we get older, our vocal cords stiffen and
our voices become raspy and hoarse. You can use botox or go under the knife to
look younger, but voices never lie. Or do they?! The latest luxury for aging folks is the voice
lift. This procedure is designed to make the voice
sound more youthful by making it higher and clearer! Vocal cords work as string instruments. When air passes through them, the vocal cords
vibrate and meet each other at least 150 times a minute. As they stiffen with age or illness, vocal
cords vibrate less and less. So doctors developed a procedure to bring
the folds together. Voice surgery is actually nothing new. Before, it was used exclusively by patients
with diseases that robbed people of their voices. Now, a lot of people are undergoing this procedure
in the hopes of sounding twenty years younger. Nevertheless, doctors and experts are warning
their patients not to do voice lifts unless they absolutely have to. This surgery may not be the greatest option
in the long run, because as time goes by, the voice of the patient can get even worse
than it was at the beginning, sounding even lower and raspier. And apparently, once you get this procedure
done once, you can never get it again. 7 – leg lengthening
Obviously there are some people out there that want to be tall. However, what about wanting to be tall to
the point to breaking your legs and being off your feet for months?! It’s a painful surgery and expensive as
well. So how does it work really? Doctors have to break the legs in half and
then install a telescopic rod into the cartilage of the bone. This essentially pulls apart the two halves
a millimeter a day. In the meantime, bone and veins and muscle
will have enough time to regenerate itself, only to be pulled apart the next day to regenerate
again. Wow that doesn’t sound fun. AT ALL. To grow just an inch, a person has to endure
this process for at least three months. There are some people who have grown six inches
in height with this procedure! Just imagine the commitment level that that
guy must have had to have endured this procedure for over two years! That’s a ton of time and stress to have
to go through just to be taller, but hey, I guess it’s worth it for some people. 6 – Fecal bacteriotherapy
You guys ever hear of Fecal bacteriotherapy? This procedures consists of fecal transplantation
from a healthy patient to a patient that’s sick. Yeah…..this really happens! But why would anyone ever want to have a procedure
like this? Who wants someone else’s poo inside THEIR
body?! Well, in a healthy body, there are TRILLIONS
of bacteria that’s living in the body that help us out with many basic functions. As gross as it sounds, we do need that bacteria
to live inside us in order to survive. Our bodies benefit from the bacteria as much
as they benefit from us. But sometimes we get parasites or infections
that decimates the existing microbiota in our body, or in other words, the good bacteria
inside us. With less of the good bacteria, this means
that the parasites get stronger and the bad bacteria have less competition for resources,
and our bodies get weaker. So this is where fecal transplantation comes
in. Doctors introduce healthy colon bacteria in
the infected body by a colon enema, orogastric tube, or even a frozen pill. FMT is a highly effective treatment for many
different colon infections. There are infections that simply can’t be
treated any other way. The good news is, as bad as it sounds, fecal
transplantation is supposedly not painful at all, just tough to think about. 5 – Facial hair transplant
Beards are probably the fashion trend that’s had the most staying power in the last few
years. Who knows who really brought back the beard,
but I’m gonna hand it to the hipsters as the ones who brought beards back into fashion. Beards are now everywhere and hey, that’s
prompting some dudes who can’t grow one, to want to get one! Don’t let biology stop anyone from getting
a beard right?! Modern medicine has developed a method in
which hair can be implanted onto facial skin. Essentially, hair follicles are taken from
the back of the scalp where hair is the thickest and implanted into areas on the face where
there aren’t any hair. Pretty simple right? The procedure involves minimal downtime, and
the actual time for the procedure itself depends on how much hair is needed to be transplanted. Once the procedure is over, the hair falls
out in about two weeks, but after that, new hair grows in, and boom, there’s a nice
new fancy beard for anyone that wants it. Ahhh the miracles of science! 4 – Eyelash transplants
Thousands of women around the world use extensions for their eyelashes every day. Many women even feel naked when they don’t
have lashes on. Truth is, lashes give faces symmetry and without
them, people just sort of look odd. Putting on glue and fake lashes everyday isn’t
a fun thing to do however. So modern medicine came up with the solution
to everyone’s problems. Just like there are beard transplants for
men, there are eyelash transplants for women. Eyelash transplants work just like any other
hair transplant. The doctors remove hair from the back of your
scalp and then put it where eyelashes normally are. After a couple of months, biology and science
will have done their magic and that patient is gonna have new eyelashes to enjoy. However, just imagine the number of times
the doctor has to poke that person’s eyelids with a needle, though. Ayeeeee! 3 – Veneers
Ever want to have teeth as white as possible while being able to have all the food and
drink that stains teeth? Getting porcelain veneers are essentially
the only way you can literally have your chocolate cake and eat it too! Veneers are basically a tooth-shaped and of
course tooth-colored layer of material that’s placed over a tooth. It covers up the imperfections that a tooth
might have. If someone’s teeth are misshapen beyond
typical repair, dentists usually recommend getting veneers. There are a few different types of veneers,
and the most popular types are composite and porcelain veneers. The composite veneer is the cheaper and easier
option. When you get this, a resin is applied directly
to your tooth, kinda like a nail polish. The dentist waits until the resin is dry and
then shapes the tooth. However this type of veneer lasts only around
five years and isn’t resistant to stains. The other type of veneer is the porcelain
veneer, which is much more durable, but much more expensive. It also involves shaving down of the teeth
in order to fit the veneer over the tooth. To be honest, any time any procedure involves
cutting or shaving body parts that isn’t hair, I’m gonna be a firm no on doing that
procedure unless my life depended on it! 2 – Belly button surgery
Who doesn’t want to look like they’re at the prime of their life?! Everyone wants to basically stay looking forever
young, as long as they’re alive right? Plastic surgeons keep developing new and even
more radical procedures to make every inch of a patient’s body look like they’re 20
years old again. And that’s how belly button surgery was
came to be! Someway, somehow, this procedure is popular
among both women AND men. Personally, I couldn’t care less how my
belly button looks, but then again, maybe my belly button just doesn’t look old? I don’t know. Belly buttons are basically round scars, and
what doctors do is open your belly button and reshape it. Some people not only change the way their
belly buttons look but also where they’re placed. You want that belly button higher or lower? Don’t you worry, belly button plastic surgery
can fix that for you. However, people who’ve undergone this procedure
say it hurts a lot afterward. I’m pretty sure this is a hard no for me
as well. 1 – Hemispherectomy
I’d like to say you’ve probably heard about this one but the truth is, you probably
haven’t. Hemispherectomy is a very rare, and as you
can imagine, a very painful procedure. People who endure hemispherectomies are usually
patients with very serious seizure disorders. You can guess where this is going, right? Well, a hemispherectomy is basically a dangerous
surgery in which half the brain is removed from the skull. It may sound like it’s something that’s
almost unbelievable, but it IS a procedure that’s rarely done. The operations is a last ditch effort for
patients with very extreme epilepsy. Kids who endure hemispherectomies are the
patients who’re most likely to recover successfully from this procedure since children’s brains
are still growing and shaping themselves. Their brains can heal and make up for the
parts they’ve lost. Unfortunately, adults lose this ability as
we get older. Adults who get hemispherectomies have a harder
time recovering and adapting to normal life. As brains are still mysterious things to medical
experts, we still don’t know the exact results to be expected after hemispherectomies are
performed. After the procedure is done, some patients
have trouble with math, while some others have trouble with language. It all depends on exactly how much of the
brain is removed, and as crazy it sounds, this operation isn’t an exact science! Here’s what’s next!


  • Finlay Hamm says:

    YEE E

  • sian lilsy says:

    Seriously PLEASE don't get veneers! I smashed my front teeth in last year and you have to get your whole mouth numbed and then sit through several boring hours to get it done. It took an hour and a half to 2 teeth and even worse it cost $1000 AU and they're only going to last for another 3 years, and then I need them replaced. Oh yeh you also look stupid trying eat because you need to eat from the side of your mouth and its painful to eat for around 2 weeks. Yeah, if you have a choice don't get them other wise they're great at replacing broken teeth 🙂

  • Terry Rhuebottom says:

    I absolutely hate feet but I would never have some hack doing that.

  • Jax says:

    I'm glad I have cute feet

  • Banez Zaben says:

    Hemispherectomy My cousin suffered severe seizures and epileptic fits. At just 7years old she had to go to America and get hemispherectomy

  • Jocelyn Draw says:

    This video gave me so much fucking anxiety, from all the stupid shit people will do to their body. And I fucking love sorry stuff.

  • Lukas De Smet says:

    excited shine history short bat environment reader for feel even acceptable

  • WolfFireheart says:

    I once looked into what the lines in your palm means.
    Turns out, I am missing the "Life line" no seriously.
    Its the line that goes "around" your thumb.

    So, clearly, being a no life was my fate all along! <3

  • Dustin Walters says:

    What if you want your voice deeper?

  • George Nelson says:

    I heard of a soldier that went through the leg lenthening prcedure. his leg was blown off, they re-attached what they could, and then used that procedure to grow back his leg.

  • Arne Meyer says:

    old books tell us to look inside to find God….but the world isn`t interested..Funny what is all going wrong. Stupid Humans. sometimes i think we all shoul lose the presented boddys to suffer .. FTW

  • Nobody The Og Of The Young Gun Crew says:

    I have clip in veneers and they are amazing. 40$ is a lot beter that thousands

  • Nobody The Og Of The Young Gun Crew says:

    They can also remove your bellybutton

  • Patrick Ream says:

    For a hemispherectomy you will lose math or language function depending on what side of the brain is removed. I believe if you remake the left side then the comprehension and speaking of language ability will be lost where as the right side is more of motor functions and logical reasoning

  • Lark 2468 says:


  • SunflowerAspen Plays says:

    Vocal heightening and facial hair/eyelash transplants could also benefit trans folks!

  • wil edge says:

    That thumbnail though… shudders

  • Bip Bop says:

    What is this voice. Something just seems off

  • Birdie Breeze says:

    When my friend was 4 she got her voice changed because as she said "It sounded too much like a boy" but in my opinion, it was a bad idea, and she sounded more like a boy after the procedure.

  • DragonUltraMaster says:

    Everything is a big nono for me, but the teeth is EXTRA NO NO!! Stay away from me!

  • ImThegameboy says:

    im the 700 like

  • Your Senpai says:

    why the litteral heck would you WANT a beard? it looks really ugly and it’s definitely a turn off for me.😖

  • Itor Lamop says:

    You have to be deranged to have your toe redone for cosmetic reason….

  • IDontWantYourMailbox says:

    I almost had to get the leg lenthening surgery when I was a baby because of a disorder I have

  • danny nuttle says:

    I hate my feet tbh, but I really couldn't care less because I got a surgery to remove my right pinkie toe just so I could get in the military. Aesthetics ain't shit.

  • xXSliceDatDislikeButtonXx says:

    Wtf is that thumbnail though? 😖😖😱

  • Mixinloo says:

    Here's how my shoe sizes skipped
    (This ish random but 5 year to 10)

    5: Size 5
    7.Size 7
    9: 8
    10. 9 and a half
    11. 10

    Isn't that great my feet are huge

  • Squishy Girls says:

    The thumbnail got me licking my teeth making sure there good.

  • Rosa 833 says:

    I’m a ballerina and the leg one made me cringe so hard like A Owww! And WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT!?!?

  • Eiliv says:

    That poop transplant isn't that weird. It's often the only option a person with cronical diarrhoea has to stop it!

  • Naeesha Horodecky says:


  • foil hat brigade says:

    😂😂😂 my toes are the only part of me that aren't fat

  • Race Smith says:

    I can hear Mr. Mysterious in your style of speaking. The "melody" is similar, as are your pauses and method of emphasizing a point. If you lowered your voice and softened the edges like you're trying to be discrete in a crowd…
    If you're not him, you could probly do a dead on impersonation!
    So, if you find it mysterious, drop a like! I did!!

  • Steven DuVall says:

    I grew 10 inches in height in about a year and a half during puberty, and I must say it was incredibly painful!!!

  • The Bounty Hunters says:

    If you ever stutter like this shit dont even try to make videos like this ever again you retarded fucktard

  • Klabron Hames says:

    Now we got ppl lying about their voices.

  • Klabron Hames says:

    Ppl are braking their legs to get taller now?

    Just fucking drink your milk, eat right. STRETCH

  • iiToxicity YT says:

    0:01 pause

  • Dog says:

    you should have surgery on your Larynx.

  • sour shadow says:

    OMGis that obs that must be where it is from

  • Xpeachy cherryX says:


  • Oscar Rasmussen says:

    7:55 why did he stick his tongue out…

  • DADDY XHAR says:

    Thumbnail is at 8:16 thanks

  • Alkaris says:

    A new next gen medical proceedure is a Biomechanical Jaw Replacement, to help people with jaw problems, such has having an overbite or an underbite, or receeding jawline issue. It could also help people who have missing teeth, a new biomechanical jaw would have its own new set of teeth specifically fitted to each patient's facial construction that matches their original jaw bone structure, the biomechanical jaw would be of course made from titanium to ensure that it'll be accepted by the body and fuse, and to ensure lifelong durability with little to no maintenance at all.

  • William H. Thorsen says:

    “There are people who look down and hate What they see” that Can be taken WAY out of context.

  • The Third Wheel says:

    I know a kid who got a hemispherectomy, and he acts a bit like he has autism, but at least he survived right!

  • dane w says:

    This is why I don't what free health care

  • happykid22 says:

    I can palm read lol xD

  • 10 000 subscribers without video challenge says:

    Didn't Ssundee get a hair transplant for his head?

  • Olga Litvinsky says:

    lol like changing the lines on palm ectually changing anything but the amount of the money you go on your account…

  • Sarah Jones says:

    Voice lifts are used mostly by trans women, not rlly the elderly

  • Oskar Hobbs says:

    I dont need num 7 cuz im taller than my teacher

  • The Sote Gamer says:

    I can see that science uses its money on the right things

  • Sagittarius420 Cheefie says:

    The teeth look weird

  • Josh White says:

    I'm lucky I'm super tall

  • Nikkove Wolfe says:

    palm lines don't determine your future, they're just indications of your future just like how DNA is an indexation of what diseases you might get in the future

  • Nikkove Wolfe says:

    5:19 no, you're just taking too much antibiotic. and seriously, just eat yogurt

  • Marie Woodring says:

  • Mat Rat says:

    oh so the pic you showed us in the thumbnail wasnt in the vid yeah nice
    Edit: looking at a few of your other vids they all look like clickbait good job

  • J W says:

    Imagine making a faux pas around someone who has had a hemispherectomy: “Anyone with half a brain would know.. “ (awkward silence)

  • Kenneth Janczak says:

    Completely crazy…… Amasing what people are willing to do, just to get a bit of attention…..

  • Ida Wendigo says:

    lol Are you drunk???

  • Gunzee says:

    I've had a beard since 17, of course it was thin back then. I didn't have it for looks rather because I hated shaving and being lazy. Plus blades got clogged fast, even if I tried to shave just every 2,3rd day.
    Now close to 20 years later I see everyone with a beard so shave every day, including my head. Although in the winter I grow it

  • Ferdi S says:

    People are weird

  • t w i s t e d f o o l says:

    If anyone gets these…..


  • am I a wig?? says:

    the thumbnail triggered me for some reason

  • Christopher Valdivia says:

    My cousin got leg lengthening; but he had different sized legs! So at least there is a possible legit reason for that surgery.

  • Shay Barfield says:

    Anyone know what the symbol is on the gums in between the 2 front teeth in the thumbnail?

  • The Leo Wolf says:

    Dang. And ive been trying to get my outtie button tutned into an innie. While these people are moving their belly buttons all over the place.

  • AgendaCompleteBliss !! says:

    Why did you even make a video to go along with this? You should've just put up a pic of a cute puppy or some shit because all you did was throw up random photos that didn't shown any part of the procedure that you were talking about. Why would you not take the time to d the research and include, I don't know, some before and after??? And why would you include veneers in this?? How is that crazy? This video is shit

  • Big Shaq says:

    0:40 well they basically do it for superstition. I can understand them but I think it's very likely really stressful for them too. it should be taught that superstition very likely does not correspond to reality and so to not do things for it

  • Howzer The man says:

    I could do with leg lengthening but I’ll give it a miss. I could use it as i crushed 5 vertebrae and ended up 3 inches (7.5 cm in metric) in height going from 6 foot (183 Cm) to 5 foot 9 inches (177cm)

  • jane doe says:

    That thumbnail tho😱

  • Mid West says:

    Guess Fecal Bacteriotherapy was the medical study in The Human Centipede

  • yeet hitter says:

    N T n
    a h a
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  • Killian Carter says:

    People are fucked up in the head!

  • nomine * says:

    Medical procedures shouldn't count cause I don't think anyone is looking to have foreign poop shoved up their butt unless its medically necessary.

  • Marilyn Willett says:

    also a procedure, not a big one–to have children born with down syndrome to have normal facial features, just be honest you all know exactly what i mean.

  • betty t says:

    Jesus Harold Christ this surgery video is scary as fuck

  • Laura Coffey says:

    your voice sounds like Jerry Seinfeld.

  • Lillieana G says:

    I had never had a hemisphiretomy. But, I had trouble with math. MATH’S HARD!!!

  • Wren thaDjinn says:

    BaD gut bacteria will F you up in the worst ways, that's why!!

  • Gabe V. says:

    The thumbnail is just a big NO

  • Don't Tread On Me says:

    People are fucking stupid

  • Anonymous Lee says:

    Fecal transplants aren't really all that crazy. Those can sometimes be medically necessary, especially since it's treating something that's actually medically wrong with the patient.

  • Anonymous Lee says:

    Hemispherectomy is by far the most dangerous, but can be debatably medically necessary

  • Raymundo Ramirez says:

    I feel like this dude is sexist.
    Anyone else?

  • Durham Kasten says:

    Pause at 3:02 for a boner

  • IAM one says:

    Hemispherectomy ? you mean a Labotomy?

  • Pat Earl says:

    A real voice! A real voice!!

  • Pat Earl says:

    5:37 LMAO

  • Miguel Delgado says:

    What's wrong with your mic? Or you? Sounds like you keep snaking the mic every 30 seconds.

  • Geri Hall says:

    Fecal Transplants are not uncommon anymore and painless.

  • Crissy Olivia says:

    Regulllllar Scallllpllle😂😂 ROTF

  • Kyote 10 says:

    And just when you think humans couldn't get any more vain, we have this list! 🤣

  • Damaged262 says:

    Simply blame the f'd up shoes women make themselves wear, if Carrie (if you don't know who I mean, ask a grown up and please don't go into politics and or medicine) were a real person, I'd never date her, thousands of pairs of shoes probably means horribly disfigured feet. Feet are already difficult to remain attractive, cram them into shoes 3 sizes too small for a few decades? Sell some of those shoes to fix that shit! Your feet probably look like they already belong to a monster.I don't mind attractive shoes, not one bit, but buy shoes that fit. I still have to make my wife buy sneakers that actually fit, like somehow, standing in shoes so small that bumping into a snowflake might knock you over? That's just not normal, it's almost a mental illness.

  • Death Dreader says:

    the thumbnail is disgusting

  • Sean Wilkinson says:

    6:24 – That guy resembles me in my early twenties or so.

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