Open any telephone book and you’ll see pages of ads offering bargain injectable treatments. But remember: low prices are a red flag that something is amiss.
First, the person advertising may not be trained in facial anatomy (which is essential for injectable treatments), or may not even be a doctor. And while they may be advertising the use of an FDA-approved product, they could pull a bait-and-switch, and you may actually be treated with something different. Low prices may also indicate that the injectable will be diluted, which leads to short-lived results.
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