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Self-injecting Restylane Medically Unethical?
I have seen ads online from dermatologists and board certified plastic surgeons who advertise an injection price for the patient's own Restylane. I don't know who would contemplate self-injection unless they're going for a bizarre look, like the fad in subdermal implants. Is it medically unethical to inject the patient's own Restylane, or just risk of a malpractice suit if there is a problem?
Self-Injecting Fillers, Botox, Anything - Dangerous at best
MD injecting Restylane from a patient
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Self-injecting Restylane is a really BAD idea!
This is a new low
Desperate times for some doctors.
Very Poor Idea
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