Many people have questions about injectable treatments and want answers from an expert. Read below to find board-certified dermatologist Dr. Melda Isaac’s answers to the most frequently asked questions about Botox, Juvederm, Voluma, Sculptra, Radiesse, Perlane, Restylane, and Belotero.

Frequently Asked Question

Q: Should I Try Voluma for Skin Laxity?

A: I think you would be very happy with the results of Voluma for building up your face and cheekbones. You can get a nice, elegant curve to your cheekbone area that will pull up the jowls and marionette lines. Voluma also works to stimulate the production of collagen, helping your results last up to 18 months or more and making your skin thicker and more resilient. Please find a board-certified dermatologist who is expert in facial sculpting with Voluma.

Q: Why Does Botox Make Forehead Look Shiny? I notice shiny foreheads in Botox users.

A: In my practice, I use very fine needles and the least amount of Botox necessary to relax the dynamic muscles that cause brow wrinkles. If Botox is done correctly, there are no tell-tale signs – including shiny foreheads! Please consult a board-certified dermatologist with expertise in Botox injection to make sure you receive the most natural results possible.

Q: I’m a 25-year-old female and I want to get Botox as a preventive treatment for wrinkles on my forehead and in between my eyebrows. On average how many units would that be for someone my age with few wrinkles?

A:  I would need to see you in person in order to decide exactly how many units Botox would be optimal to prevent the wrinkles on your forehead from deepening.  An average dose from the frown lines between one’s brows is 20 units.  An average dose for reducing horizontal forehead lines is 10 units. Treatment does not depend as much on the age of the patient as on the quality of the skin, strength of the muscle, and the depth of the wrinkles and of course individual genetic variation. Consult a board-certified dermatologist with expertise in Botox injection to find out how to maintain the youthful quality of your skin.

Q: I had Voluma in my upper cheeks, and since two days after injection I’ve had a slight fever and a burning sensation plus pressure where it was injected. There’s no bruising, swelling, or discoloration. Should I be worried?

A: Fever and burning are not typical side effects from Voluma, I recommend that you visit your injector for a follow-up visit and examination. If your symptoms worsen, visit the emergency room. Voluma can be dissolved with hyaluronidase if necessary.

Q: Is it okay to sterilize hyaluronic acid gel with UV? My doctor places Juvederm syringes in a UV cabinet before injection to reduce the chance of infection.

A: There is no reason to place Juvederm syringes in a UV cabinet for sterilization, as the syringes come already pre-packaged in a sterile container and should not under any circumstances be reused between patients. Always make sure that you are seeing a board-certified dermatologist with experience and skill for any injectable treatments.

Q: I had filler 5 weeks ago in my glabella for deep creases that didn’t resolve with Botox alone. I’m happy with the result and there were no complications, but I’m wondering if adverse side effects can happen at this time? I was reading about all the complications that can happen and am nervous. 

A: At five weeks after your filler injections, it very unlikely for you to experience an adverse side effect. If a complication were to happen, it would be soon after the injection treatment. The glabella area should only be injected by a board-certified, experienced dermatologist precisely because of the complications that can occur if injected by someone inexperienced.

Q: How long should I wait to be off Accutane before getting Juvederm lip fillers?

A: There is no need to wait before having lip fillers done when going off of Accutane. Accutane is not a contraindication to dermal fillers, only surgical procedures and skin resurfacing procedures such as chemical peels or laser resurfacing. Be sure to see a board-certified dermatologist for any lip filler treatments for the best results.

Q: My top lip is swollen after 1ml of Juvederm. Is this normal?

A: Yes, it is perfectly normal to experience swelling after Juvederm lip injections. It’s nothing to panic about. Apply ice to the treated area.  Wait two weeks for the swelling to go completely down before evaluating your final results, and if you are unhappy with your results at that time, you can consider having the filler dissolved with hyaluronidase.

Q: Can I drink wine after hyaluronidase? I’ve had Restylane under the eyes three times and each time there were problems. 

A: There should be no problem drinking wine after hyaluronidase injections. I would also recommend seeing a different injector, preferably one who is board certified, and has experience with under-eye filler injections.  

Q: Can I buy Restylane online and inject it myself following instructed safety precautions?

A:  The short answer is no, you should never try to purchase fillers online and inject them yourself.  First, Restylane is a prescription product and can only be bought legally by a licensed physician. If you find Restylane to buy for yourself online, it is most likely a counterfeit product, and those can lead to myriad problems including, in the worst case scenario, death. At best you’ll most likely end up spending more money to fix the problems you end up with than you would have had you just gone to a reputable, board-certified doctor in the first place for your injections. We have extensive training and experience that the average patient at home simply does not. It’s not as simple as simply sticking a needle in your face; there are multiple techniques, and knowledge of anatomy plays a key role in knowing exactly where to place the injections and at what depth and with how much product for the best results.

Q: Is there a non-surgical facelift that works? I’m in my early 50s and want something done that doesn’t require surgery or a lot of downtime.

A: There are a number of non-surgical options available that can help to rejuvenate your appearance with minimal to no downtime. While you will not get the same results as you would from surgery, many people are very happy with the outcome of these procedures, and of course are happy that they require no recovery time. Subtle, natural rejuvenation of the face, neck, hands, and chest using non-invasive procedures is becoming more popular and more effective as technologies become more advanced. An in-person consultation is necessary to evaluate your concerns and come up with a custom treatment plan, but among the most popular rejuvenating techniques are laser skin resurfacing, which can significantly reduce wrinkles and sun damage, dermal fillers, which can restore lost volume to the face and hands, and skin tightening treatments such as Ultherapy and Infini fractional radio frequency which can provide lift and tightening of the neck and jawline.

Q: What is a liquid facelift? Is it safer than a normal facelift? Can I get surgery-like results from one?

A: A “liquid facelift” is a general term that means using fillers such as hyaluronic acid, Sculptra or fat often coupled with different non-invasive methods such as laser, radio frequency or ultrasound devices to create a comparable and balanced result. I recommend visiting a board-certified dermatologist for an in-person consultation to evaluate your concerns and come up with a custom treatment plan for you.

Q: How long do the effects of Sculptra liquid facelift last? Are the results comparable to a surgical facelift?

A: Sculptra results can last for up to two years. Sculptra provides long-term volume restoration by stimulating collagen production, and can be a great choice in the right candidate. The results are not comparable to a surgical facelift, however. Facelifts address skin laxity, but do not restore volume. Sculptra addresses volume loss, but does not tighten the skin. Therefore a youthful face has both volume and tighter skin. I recommend visiting a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon for an in-person consultation to come up with a personalized treatment plan that addresses your areas of concern.

Q: I had Restylane lip injections two days ago and now my lips are huge and ugly. Is there a safe way I can reduce the size and make my lips look more natural and contoured?

A: Two days after injection, your lips are still swollen. I would advise waiting for two weeks for the swelling to resolve completely and then assessing your lips once again. If you are still unhappy with them after all the swelling has gone down, you can consider reversing the treatment with hyaluronidase injections.

Q: I want lip filler, but I’m on Accutane. Can I have it while on Accutane or do I need to pause treatment?

A: It should not be a problem to have your lips injected with hyaluronic acid fillers while on Accutane, especially if a tiny needle is used for treatment. I recommend avoiding injection with larger diameter canulas while on Accutane.  See a board-certified dermatologist for your filler and make sure to let them know that you are on Accutane. Good luck.

Q: Is this extreme swelling normal? It’s been 5 hours since Restylane injections.

A: This amount of swelling is not typical following Restylane injections to the lips. Visit your provider immediately for evaluation and advice for how to proceed. If you start to have trouble breathing or swallowing, go directly to the closest emergency room.

Q: How long before Juvederm bruising and swelling subsides? I had it 3 days ago under my eyes and they’re still puffy and bruised.

A: Generally, bruising and swelling resolves within a week for most patients. Rarely, it can take up to two weeks to fully resolve. In the meantime, you can use arnica to help with the bruising and ice the area to help with swelling. Ask if your dermatologist has a pulsed dye laser at his or her office. Resolution of bruising can be expedited by using this laser.

Q: Can Juvederm help fill laugh lines and expression lines but still look natural?

A: Absolutely!  Juvederm is perfect for filling lines around the mouth. When injected by a board-certified dermatologist with good technique and experience, you can achieve very natural looking results. Visit a board-certified dermatologist for a consultation to see if you are a good candidate for Juvederm treatment.

Q: Is Belotero as good as other fillers to volumize the cheeks in order to reduce nasolabial folds? My injector suggested Radiesse but I’d prefer a HA filler that can be reversed if necessary, so she suggested Belotero.

A: Belotero can be a great choice for reducing nasolabial folds and smoothing fine lines, as well as for under the eyes or lip plumping. However, for cheek volumization, thicker fillers tend to work better. Juvederm Voluma or Restylane Lyft are better for long-lasting midface rejuvenation. Ultimately, the product is not as important as the person doing the injecting, however. Make sure that you see a board-certified dermatologist with experience in volumizing the midface and treating nasolabial folds for your injections.

Q: How long does swelling from Belotero Basic in the nasolabial folds and marionette lines last?

A: Swelling from Belotero generally lasts just a few days. In rare cases, it may last for up to a week. Be patient, and you should see your final results soon.

Q: I’m scheduled for lip injections tomorrow, but I ate a small amount of garlic in my pasta yesterday and today. Will this raise my chances of bruising? Last time I had this done I had a hematoma so I’m worried. I’ve been taking arnica and will continue taking it.

A: I wouldn’t worry about the small amount of garlic you ate. While garlic can have a slight blood thinning effect, in small amounts it shouldn’t be significant enough to affect your injections. However, there is always a risk of bruising with any injectable filler, especially in the lips which are very sensitive. Follow your injector’s advice and continue taking arnica, and hopefully you won’t develop a hematoma this time. Good luck.

 Q: I had Restylane injected three days ago, and now I have a fever and flu symptoms. The swelling is going down and it seems to be healing, but are my symptoms related? 

A: It is very unlikely that your flu symptoms are related to your Restylane injections. It is much more likely that you coincidentally came down with the flu soon after your injections. See your family doctor for diagnosis and management of your flu symptoms.

Q: How long do the effects of Sculptra liquid facelift last? Are the results comparable to a surgical facelift?

A: Sculptra results can last for up to two years. Sculptra provides long-term volume restoration by stimulating collagen production, and can be a great choice in the right candidate. The results are not comparable to a surgical facelift, however. Facelifts address skin laxity but do not restore volume. Sculptra addresses volume loss but does not tighten the skin. Therefore a youthful face has both volume and tighter skin. I recommend visiting a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon for an in-person consultation to come up with a personalized treatment plan that addresses your areas of concern.

Q: What is a liquid facelift? Is it safer than a normal facelift? Can I get surgery-like results from one?

A: A “liquid facelift” is a general term that means using fillers such as hyaluronic acid, Sculptra or fat often coupled with different non-invasive methods such as laser, radio frequency, or ultrasound devices. I recommend visiting a board-certified dermatologist for an in-person consultation to evaluate your concerns and come up with a custom treatment plan for you.

Q: Is there a non-surgical facelift that works? I’m in my early 50s and want something done that doesn’t require surgery or a lot of downtime.

A: There are a number of non-surgical options available that can help to rejuvenate your appearance with minimal to no downtime. While you will not get the same results as you would from surgery, many people are very happy with the outcome of these procedures, and of course are happy that they require no recovery time. Subtle, natural rejuvenation of the face, neck, hands, and chest using non-invasive procedures is becoming more popular and more effective as technologies become more advanced. An in-person consultation is necessary to evaluate your concerns and come up with a custom treatment plan, but among the most popular rejuvenating techniques are laser skin resurfacing, which can significantly reduce wrinkles and sun damage, dermal fillers, which can restore lost volume to the face and hands, and skin tightening treatments such as Ultherapy and Infini fractional radio frequency which can provide lift and tightening of the neck and jawline.

Q: Does Botox work for horizontal forehead creases? I have 4 lines across my forehead that I want to get rid of non-invasively.

A: Botox is often used to treat “expression lines” on the forehead very effectively. It works by relaxing the muscles that cause wrinkles, allowing the skin to smooth out and preventing future wrinkles as well. If your lines are particularly deep and remain in place even without raising the eyebrows though, you may need a different type of treatment. I recommend visiting a board-certified dermatologist for an in-person consultation to see what treatment would best address your concerns.

Q: Does Botox help reduce under eye bags?

A: Botox works well to reduce wrinkles caused by muscle contractions; however, it is not the best option to help reduce under eye bags. Laser resurfacing, dermal filler injections, or even surgery may be a better option for reducing eye bags, but an in-person consultation with a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon is necessary to evaluate your condition and come up with the best treatment plan.

Q: How often can you use Botox? Does prolonged use affect how long it lasts?

A: There have not been any findings that long term use of Botox produces any negative effects. Many people use it for years to keep their wrinkles under control. Generally, Botox lasts for around 4 to 6 months, and this amount of time should not be affected by how many times you have had it. In fact, in some patients, they find that the more treatments they have over the years, the longer the Botox lasts, as their muscles are “trained” not to make the expressions that cause the wrinkles.

Q: How often do younger people need Botox injections? Is it less frequently than older people?

A: Botox lasts approximately the same amount of time in people of all ages, generally 4 to 6 months. The only difference would be the number of units needed in order to achieve optimal results. Younger people with fewer, shallower wrinkles tend to need less units than a person with numerous deep wrinkles would.

Q: Can smile lines be treated with Botox?

A: Smile lines, also known as nasolabial folds, should not be treated with Botox. Instead, dermal fillers such as Restylane Lyft or Juvederm are a much better choice for restoring volume to the mid-face area and reducing the appearance of smile lines. I suggest visiting a board-certified dermatologist for an in-person evaluation to come up with the best wrinkle treatment plan for your concerns.

Q: What are the best Botox alternatives? I have wrinkles on my forehead but I’m not sure I want to try Botox.

A: Neuromodulators such as Botox, Dysport, or Xeomin are generally considered the best way to treat expression lines on the forehead. Other treatments could include laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion, or chemical peels, but most people get the best results from a neuromodulator in this area, as it relaxes the muscles that actually cause the wrinkles. As long as you visit a board-certified, expert dermatologist for Botox injections, they are very safe and the results are natural.

Q: Will Botox help with the wrinkles on my forehead?

A: Botox is generally considered the best way to treat dynamic wrinkles on the forehead, as it is a neuromodulator that can actually relax the muscles that cause the wrinkles in the first place. If you have forehead wrinkles that appear even at rest, there are also other treatments that can help, such as laser resurfacing or microdermabrasion. I recommend visiting a board-certified dermatologist for an in-person consultation to evaluate your condition and come up with a custom treatment plan.

Q: How long does Juvederm last?

A: How long Juvederm lasts varies depending on a number of factors, including individual metabolism, injector technique, and the location the Juvederm was placed in. A general rule of thumb is that Juvederm will last longer in areas with less movement, such as the tear troughs or cheeks. A rough estimate would be that Juvederm lasts around 6 months to a year in areas with less movement, while it can last from 4-6 months in areas with more movement, such as the lips. These results will vary on an individual basis, however.

Q: How can I prevent bruising from Restylane or Juvederm?

A: While it is difficult to guarantee that there will be no bruising following a dermal filler injection, there are certain things you can do to minimize the chances. Finding a skilled injector with good technique is at the top of the list, and you should also avoid taking any blood thinning medications or supplements for at least 10 days prior to treatment. If bruising does occur, you can manage it through ice, over the counter medications, and arnica.

Q: Which is better, Juvederm or Restylane? I’ve heard that Juvederm lasts longer. Are there other things I should take into consideration before choosing one over the other?

A: Restylane and Juvederm are very similar; they are both hyaluronic acid gel fillers used to help smooth wrinkles and add volume. The products are also similar in their duration of benefit.  I think restylane is a bit more firm which helps lift the corners of the mouth or wrinkle better than juvederm. Juvederm is softer and more malleable and I prefer it for lip volume. The technique of the injector should not be underestimated.  Rather than focusing on which product to choose, it’s better to find a skilled, board-certified dermatologist who can help you achieve your goals in the best manner. 

Q: When will I notice Botox results? I had it two days ago for frown lines but see no difference.

A: Botox does not take effect immediately, contrary to what many people think. Generally results will appear within a week, with full results visible after two weeks. If you are still unhappy with your results after two weeks, I suggest visiting your injector again for a touch-up, as it is possible you may need more units.

Q: How can I avoid Botox side effects, such as droopy eyelids?

A: The best way to avoid unwanted side effects and ensure a good, natural looking result is to visit the right injector. Make sure to only visit a skilled, board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon who has experience injecting Botox. Check out their before and after photos to make sure their aesthetic aligns with yours. Read reviews and testimonials from previous patients. Botox is an FDA approved, highly safe and effective treatment that can provide great results in the right hands.

Q: Is it normal for the doctor to draw on your jaw for Botox shots?

A: While drawing is not necessary for Botox, there is nothing wrong with marking the areas to be injected to ensure symmetry and correct placement. Precise and correct injections are key to good results.

Q: What’s the best dermal filler for acne scars? Is there one preferred injectable treatment for deep scarring?

A: Bellafill is the only current dermal filler FDA approved for acne scars. The scars should be relatively shallow and able to smooth out when pulled manually. Other dermal fillers can be used off-label to treat certain types of acne scars, but the effects are temporary. Generally, a combination treatment customized to your particular needs is best for treating acne scars, as there are multiple different types of acne scars as well as discoloration that can go along with them. Laser resurfacing, microneedling, and chemical peels are just a few of the various treatment options available for dealing with acne scars. The best thing to do is to see a board-certified dermatologist for an in-person consultation and evaluation to determine the best course of action for you.

Q: How common is lip augmentation in men?

A: The occurrence of male lip enhancing treatments increases by more than 10% year over year. Thinning lips are a common problem among men as well as women, as aging and stress reduces collagen production, which is responsible for keeping lips full and youthful. Fillers are administered in a series of small injections on each side of the lips over a half hour treatment time, giving natural, immediate results. There is no downtime to the treatment, making this the perfect treatment for men.

Q: I’m interested in a “liquid facelift.” Are there any side effects? What can one expect afterward?

A: Side effects of cosmetic use of fillers and neuromodulators are generally mild and include bruising, tenderness, headache, redness or swelling.  These side effects don’t last long and will usually be gone within hours, but may last a few days if bruising occurs. Do not schedule treatment within 5 days of a special event.

Q: How long does Belotero last?

A: Belotero is a hyaluronic acid filler. It is thinner or finer in size and flows easily when injected into fine lines. I particularly like it for filling fine lines around the mouth and reducing superficial acne scars or imperfections. Because of smaller particle size, it lasts 6 months, on average, depending on where anatomically it is injected and how much or quantity of filler used.

Q: How long does Juvederm last? Is there a product that is more long lasting than Juvederm?

A: Juvederm results last an average of 6 months. Duration of benefit will also vary based on location where Juvederm is placed. For example, Juvederm may last longer in the temples than in the lips. In very rare instances, genetically susceptible people can metabolize or breakdown Juvederm more quickly than 6 months. There are other longer-lasting fillers such as Voluma and Sculptra that may be more ideal for your situation.

Q: How is Juvederm different from Botox?

A: Juvederm is a dermal filler made from hyaluronic acid, which acts to restore lost volume to the face and smooth wrinkled skin. Botox is a neuromodulator that reduces the appearance of fine lines by relaxing the muscle contractions that cause wrinkles in the face. While both can be used to diminish signs of aging, they work in completely different ways.

Q: Can I combine fillers and Botox?

A: Yes! Many patients see ideal results from combining Botox with filler treatments. In fact, results last longer when these treatments are combined. It is best to see an expert dermatologist like Dr. Melda Isaac who has years of experience working with injectable treatments and can maximize your results.

Q: What is Voluma?

A: Voluma is a hyaluronic acid filler that is FDA-Approved to treat volume loss in the cheek area. When expertly injected, Voluma can provide plumpness and enhancement to the cheek area for a more youthful appearance. Patients can enjoy the natural results of Voluma for up to two years!

Q: Can fillers be used to treat scars?

A: Yes! Radiesse is an injectable filler made from calcium hydroxyapatite that works to reduce the appearance of scars. Radiesse can also be used to treat wrinkles and facial folds.

Q: What is the difference between Restylane and Perlane?

A: Restylane and Perlane are both hyaluronic acid gel fillers that are safe and effective in the treatment of wrinkles and facial folds. Perlane contains larger hyaluronic acid particles than Restylane, making its consistency ideal to be injected deeper into the skin to address signs of aging. Restylane and Perlane are often used together to fully address volume loss and severe wrinkles.

Q: How does Sculptra work?

A: Sculptra is an injectable filler treatment that provides natural and gradual results by stimulating your body’s own collagen growth. Dr Isaac feels sculptra is best for volume restoration for hollows of the cheeks and temples. Sculptra results can last up to two years and can be combined with other fillers to provide the most ideal outcome.

Q: Is it true that Sculptra can help lift the eyes and brows if injected in a certain way?

A: By injecting Sculptra and/or other fillers into the hollows of the temples, cheeks and forehead, volume is restored and areas around the eyes are more supported. Supporting these surrounding areas by injecting fillers can lift the brows and reduce the sunken and tired appearance of the entire eye area.

Q: What is Belotero?

A: Belotero is a new addition to the filler family and is best used for fine lines and to fill imperfections close to the surface of the skin. Belotero is light weight and cannot be seen if injected close to the surface by an expert injector like Dr. Melda Isaac. Because it is made from finer and lighter weight hyaluronic acid, it does not last as long as Juvederm or Restylane.

Q: I had 1 syringe of Juvederm injected into my lips 72 hours ago, and my lips still feel full, tight, lumpy, and swollen. Is this normal?

A: Swelling after lip injections can take up to a week or rarely even beyond to fully subside. 72 hours after lip injections, it is still very common to have swelling and lumpiness. Try icing the swelling, and just be patient and wait for your full results. If you have pain or any concern it is best to contact your injector.

Q: Does technique matter, or will one syringe of Juvederm injected into the lips look the same no matter who does it?

A: Technique absolutely matters when it comes to injecting fillers, not only in the lips but anywhere on the face or body. It is essential to visit a board-certified, skilled injector who has experience with lip augmentation and who understands facial anatomy and where best to inject the filler for the best results. They will also be able to tell you approximately how much you need, and whether one syringe will be enough.

Q: Is Juvederm making my immune system weak? I had injections in May then in mid-June I got sick 3 times and couldn’t fight it off like I normally do. I had a touch up in October and got sick yet again.

A: Juvederm has not been shown to have any correlation with the immune system. Most likely it was just a coincidence that you happened to get sick after having Juvederm injections. I would visit your general doctor for a check-up if you are concerned about your overall health and wellbeing, but I would not worry about Juvederm or any halitosis acid filler making you ill.

Q: Can Botox lift the eyebrows?

A: Yes, Botox injections are a great way to provide a slight brow lift in the right candidate. By carefully placing a small amount of Botox into the muscle that pulls the brow downward, that muscle can be relaxed, allowing the upward pulling muscle to take over to create a brow lift. Botox brow lifts are good for very minor and subtle correction, which nevertheless can have a significant brightening effect on the eye area.

Q: Can Botox be used for crow’s feet?

A: Yes! Botox is considered the gold standard when it comes to treating lines of facial expression, such as crow’s feet, forehead lines, and frown lines. The crow’s feet are caused by dynamic muscle movement around the eye, so reducing that movement with Botox has a great effect in smoothing the wrinkles while still leaving patients with a natural looking result.

Q: I received 12 units of Botox for my frown lines, and I don’t like the results. How long will it take to wear off completely?

A: Botox generally wears off in about 3-4 months. Unfortunately there is no way to speed the process up, so you’ll just have to be patient. It would be helpful to know why you don’t like the results. If your brows are uneven heights, that can be fixed with a touch up. If, however,  you simply don’t like the results or if it feels to heavy, a tincture of time is the remedy. Always make sure to see a board-certified dermatologist with experience injecting Botox in order to get the best results.

Q: Is there any benefit or harm in wrapping the chin and applying arnica for the first few days after Kybella?

A: There is no harm in wrapping the chin or using arnica after a Kybella treatment. Compression garments are not required, but some patients may want to wear one anyway. Arnica can be used to help with bruising, and ice will help with swelling. Be sure to try to keep your head elevated as much as possible as well, again to help with swelling.

Q: Can Kybella help with the jowl area? I don’t have a double chin, but my jawline has lost its definition.

A: Kybella should not be used on the jowl area. However, there are a number of other non-invasive options that can help to tighten the skin and improve the jawline contour, including Ultherapy and Excilis and Pelleve. I suggest visiting a board-certified dermatologist for a consultation to see what options are available to help with your jawline definition. Since you don’t have a double chin, liposuction or kybella injections are likely not your best options.

 To learn more about botox treatments, visit WebMD.com.

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