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Joint and rheumatology problems, are fillers safe?

I’d ask your Rheumatologist again…….maybe a little more specifically.   It’s true that certain fillers may need to be avoided with some rheumatology conditions.   Fillers (FDA approved only) are safe for...

Are doctors diluting fillers with water?

The answer to this is yes…….in some cirucumstances (for a good reason) but here’s what to watch out for! In my opinion, in the U.S. only the FDA approved fillers...

I didn’t see results with Voluma???

I think this really depends on your age and the amount of deep volume loss you have.  Since Voluma is really meant to replace deep volume loss, you need to...
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