Only the Botched Procedures Get Reviewed
I just wanted to quickly mention how much I LOVED...
- 30 Nov 2012
I just wanted to quickly mention how much I LOVED my results with Juvederm for my undereye hollows because it seems like the successful procedures are going unrecognized. It's kinda like if you have some weird medical problem and you start google-ing and you end up at forums where everyone is posting that they have the same thing and "if anyone finds out what it is then please let me know" but NOBODY ever actually posts what it is! It's because the people who've got their problem taken care of aren't wasting time on forums online. Once the problem is fixed it's off their minds.
In the same way, people with successful procedures aren't online trying to express their anger toward the product or find people who feel the same, they're out enjoying the results. I was super scared because according to this site, it doesn't seem worth it, but I thought that couldn't be right because why would it have gained so much popularity if it was as harmful as some mention? One thing I will stress is going to a facial plastic surgeon or even safer, an oculoplastic surgeon. After I got mine done by a facial plastic surgeon who wasn't as sincere and caring as I expected, I went elsewhere to address my concerns a few days later. The oculoplastic surgeon I went to, was extremely sympathetic and caring. He applied strong pressure and smoothed out the lumps kinda like sculpting clay. Afterward I was AMAZED! I wondered why I hadn't gone to him in the first place. My original injector wasn't intrested in seeing me until two weeks post procedure which, from what I've since read, would have been past the window of opportunity to smooth out bumps, because it settles over time.
One thing I have realized since getting this done is that you can tell a lot about a plastic surgery practice or doc by their online activities and websites. I expected the doc I went to to be the best because he was highly rated on this site and his website seemed legit. After finding the oculoplastic surgeon I went to for follow up, I realized that the GOOD docs aren't wasting their time building their online reputations. Also, you should keep in mind that a professionally done website and location of the office speak volumes on how much a practice earns. The more they earn, the more patients they have. Simple things we often overlook. Hope this helps. P.s. the price I entered below includes the 100 dollar corrective consult at the occuloplastic surgeon.