3 important things that patients should consider before undergoing any cosmetic procedure, even one as ubiquitous as BOTOX.
Physicians Coalition Says Importation of Cosmetic Injectables can be a felony.
Growing options for facial shaping and rejuvenation.
Physician Group urges consumers to be aware of non-approved cosmetic injections.
1 in 4 UK surgeons have seen patients with complications
DysportŪ (formally referred to as Reloxin) cosmetic injection receives U.S. FDA Approval
Coalition warns illicit injections are not "plastic surgery"
Popularity of anti-aging injections continue, as do false claims and risk.
Physicians Coalition for Injectable Safety Cautions of the Complications and Consequences of Growing and Dangerous Practice.
Coalition Makes Predictions for 2009 - Continued growth in consumers who elect to enhance personal appearance with cosmetic injections.
New data defines risk, upholds Coalition Safety Messages
Coalition warns consumers about cosmetic injection discounts
As the number of teens having neurotoxin injections is on the rise, the aesthetic industry needs to take a stance - is it okay or not?
Women are seeking Botox and Dysport treatments in their teens and twenties hoping to prevent wrinkles from forming. With these products, is an ounce of prevention really worth a pound of cure?
Following an internationally publicized death after the use of the injectable PMMA, the Physicians Coalition for Injectable Safety urges caution when seeking out the injection of fillers.
A survey of Coalition member physicians in July 2007 reported that 32% of cosmetic injectable complications seen resulted from injections of unknown substances typically off-shore, counterfeit or non-FDA approved injectable drugs and devices