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I've had lots of these non-invasive type...

I've had lots of these non-invasive type treatments over the last 10 of my 55 years. For those that had bad experiences with Sculptra, I suggest it was their doctor's lack of knowledge of the product and it's administration. We have tighter regulations in Canada; only a licensed doctor of dermatology or a cosmetic surgeon can adminster Sculptra. It's an art; done well, and it's a good way to fend off/minimize sagging and wrinkles for a couple of years. It shouldn't be done in the eye area, and the injections should be done in small doses in various areas over 4 treatments. Too aggressive, too much of the injectible, in the wrong spots, and it can be nasty.

Ontario Dermatologic Surgeon

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