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Old 12-14-2009, 04:56 PM   #1
 
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Dr Leonard Miller in Brookline Massachusetts / Boston. I am looking to get a thigh lift but am NOT considering him for it. I went to his site and he does a lot of facial cosmetic surgery but not much body stuff. He did have a special running for botox injections which I haven't done yet but would like to try. He is giving a $50 rebate is that a good price? He also has radiesse at buy one get one free. I don't know much about that but is that better then botox?


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Old 12-14-2009, 05:48 PM   #2
 
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I wouldn't allow a surgeon that injects fillers into the face to inject them into my body. I have heard of fat transfer for the thighs, but not for someone who wants a thigh lift. Fillers will probably not help you to achieve the results of an actual thigh lift, not to mention they are a temporary fix.

A $50 price cut is ok, but not great. This kind of a "deal" usually means docs raise the price on your grand total to make you "feel" like you're saving.

This site might help you to get a better grasp on fillers and their differences:
Botox vs. Fillers: How To Choose The Best One For You (Beauty pro division)

I have only had Restylane twice (lips) and Juvederm and Juvederm Plus are way better by far. But I'd never put any of them in my thighs, personally.

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Are you proposing using these on the body? That is crazy and too expensive

Fillers are different than Botox - Restylane and Juvederm are used to fill in deep wrinkles and Botox is used to paralyze the muscles to prevent facial movements that make them stand out.

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