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Old 11-27-2009, 03:37 PM   #11
 
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Nicole Kidman is a poster child for bad plastic surgery IMO. Actors and public figures shouldn't do this to themselves because they more than anyone need to have the ability to show facial expression. When their faces are all Botox'd out they look emotionless on the screen.


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Old 11-27-2009, 04:47 PM   #12
 
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She was beautiful before too. Sad. Like I said earlier, now she's frozen. Frozen is never a good look. people fight age too hard sometimes. We cannot remain 21 forever.

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Old 11-30-2009, 07:16 PM   #13
 
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We cannot remain 21 forever.
But many of us sure try to!

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Old 11-30-2009, 07:30 PM   #14
 
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Myself included!

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Old 11-30-2009, 07:30 PM   #15
 
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Guilty as charged!

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This is a neat idea. I'm only 35 and wrinkles are not a problem yet but I am sure in a few years they will be. I'm going to talk to my doctor about this and see what she thinks. Do you think it would be alright for a general doctor to do the botox injections if I do them? I do know she does botox for the palms of the hands and is certified to give it.

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This is a neat idea. I'm only 35 and wrinkles are not a problem yet but I am sure in a few years they will be. I'm going to talk to my doctor about this and see what she thinks. Do you think it would be alright for a general doctor to do the botox injections if I do them? I do know she does botox for the palms of the hands and is certified to give it.
I'm a bit confused by the wording of your question. I think you're asking if a general practitioner can give botox. Yes, hypothetically they can. Would I go through with it? No. I'd want a professional board certified accredited plastic surgeon.

She gives it in the palms of hands? She wouldn't be doing anything to my face.

The phrase I don't understand is: "Do you think it would be alright for a general doctor to do the botox injections if I do them?". Who is administering the injections? You or the doc?

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You definitely want to go with someone that is experienced with administering Botox to the face. Doing it incorrectly can result in paralysis of facial muscles which could last up to 6 months... you don't want that to happen!

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You also don't want to end up looking like Joan Rivers. She used to say,"Can we talk?" and now when she does her face doesn't move lol! Scary!

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Old 12-09-2009, 01:24 PM   #20
 
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LOL yes Joan is a hot mess!

I know someone that is only 30 and he claims his eye brows have not moved. He claims he has not had Botox but rather intentionally started training himself to not move his eyebrows when he makes an expression. Do you believe this? He has admitted to his other plastic surgery but I am skeptical if someone can "train" themselves to not raise their eyebrows during an expression.

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