Millions of people each year look to elective plastic surgery to help them feel better about the way they look, but sometimes those procedures can backfire in a big way. E!'s Botched returns tonight with more shocking evidence of just how bad it can get.
On the show, viewers will learn about the culture of plastic surgery.
"Pumping parties are when you go to someone's residence but obviously not in a medical office and have whatever injected into your face and your body," Dr. Paul Nassif said. "You don't know what you're getting."
One woman turned to Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Nassif after going to one of these parties where concrete was injected into her face.
"There was someone in our community that did the pumping and I'd seen some girls that had gone to her and they looked beautiful," she told the doctors in our clip.
Even when your procedure is done by a medical professional, you still might not know what you're getting. Dr. Dubrow warned that not everyone touting themselves as plastic surgeons are equal.
"Any doctor can call themselves a plastic surgeon," Dr. Dubrow said. "It's actually legal in some states for your dentist for example to do your nose job!"
It is also important to note that plastic surgery can be as dangerous as any other surgery.
"Plastic surgery is not having your hair and nails done," Dr. Dubrow said. "It can have all the risks and complications associated with any surgical procedure."
New episodes of Botched airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on E!.