Start with Something That Goes Away, then Get Radiesse

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I recently had a browlift and eyelid surgery. My...

I recently had a browlift and eyelid surgery. My doctor suggested I also put some Radiesse in my nasolabial folds (the lines from my nose to mouth). I said OK without really thinking about it--money is not an issue, so what the hell?

Well, I didn't really have deep lines there; they didn't even bother me at all. NOW, I have chipmunk cheeks!

Sometimes, I get depressed; other times, I think, maybe it looks better--I can't decide. My point is, I wish the doc would have used something that lasts three months. Then, if I liked it, I could have done the Radiesse. Now, I just have to live with it for a year. Do something that goes away first; then do the long-lasting Radiesse if you like the look.

I will say, it's soft and smooth--seems like a decent product.

Houston Plastic Surgeon

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