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Businiess name:  The Museum Spa & Laser Center
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
Schnauzermom-- I am NOT a newbie to plastic surgery procedures or the world of fillers or Botox. I had her inject Radiesse -FDA approved for NLF--in my NLF's. ( I have been getting Radiesse OFF LABEL since 2001 when I lived in Texas.) It is NOT a permanent injectable, and I never had a problem w/ ANY filler including Resty to under eyes and lips, the Radiesse to NLF, and Juvederm to where ever. PLEASE. She DID NOT ASPIRATE on the syringe and injected into a major vessel--she was injecting in bolus doses...something you are not supposed to do with Radiesse. Give me a break. BTW--the only permanent filler is Silicone-duh. Pros: None Cons: Tons

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