Face fillers aren't magical

Face fillers aren't magical

There are 2 comments on the Times-Transcript story from Nov 22, 2008, titled Face fillers aren't magical. In it, Times-Transcript reports that:

Cosmetic surgery patients who think facial fillers are a magical antidote to aging must be better informed of possible risks, U.S. government health advisers said Tuesday.

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awilli08

North Hollywood, CA

#1 Nov 26, 2008
I think the most important thing is that people go to a trained professional when they want to get fillers or any other cosmetic procedure. medspas and injection parties make me nervous. This is probably why there are so many people who have had a bad experience. I've been going to Dr. Smaili in Beverly Hills for injections for about a year now and haven't had any problems at all. The good thing about him is that he won't give in to providing "off label" services for injectibles (aside from lip plumping which is pretty standard these days). It is always good to have a doctor who is looking out for your best interest and not just his wallet.
Nikki

Sayville, NY

#2 Aug 6, 2012
Please stop using injections, they are painful and hurt. Why do Asian women have such great skin? Because 1, they don't smile a lot and 2, they use natural face creams. I have been using Revitol for 3 years now and have prevented my skin from creating wrinkles. Even old wrinkles faded away in time.

http://confirmedhealth.com/anti-aging-cream-a...

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