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Old 04-25-2010, 11:47 AM   #1
 
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Default Juvederm XC w/Lidocaine

Allergan, Inc. Announces FDA Approval Of JUVEDERM(R) XC Dermal Filler Formulated With Lidocaine


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This makes sense considering how much lip injections hurt! I know they've had Juvederm with lidocaine in Europe for quite a while now.

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It still hurts.. they all hurt unless you have a dental block, and that also hurts.. why not just have the fillers instead of the dental block it all hurts, and its more money



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This makes sense considering how much lip injections hurt! I know they've had Juvederm with lidocaine in Europe for quite a while now.

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It still hurts.. they all hurt unless you have a dental block, and that also hurts.. why not just have the fillers instead of the dental block it all hurts, and its more money
But the lidocaine does help, right

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It helps a great deal as per several colleagues I have consulted with.

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That's good to know, because the one time I had my lips done they hurt like heck!

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