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BEWARE !!! Having bought Botox Groupon deals in the past, I thought that it would be the same pleasant and honest experience that I've had at other places. I WAS WRONG !! After being told about their "special" (boy, that's a laugh) of $12/unit, I decided to go ahead and proceed, knowing that I had this done at other places and 35 units of Botox did me well -- not just well, but perfect results. He proceeded to inject, WITHOUT TELLING ME HOW MANY UNITS, 60 units of Botox!! To clarfiy, the most that technicians/nurses/doctors inject on any person aged 18-100 is about 75 units (and 75 units is for an older person, older than me -- I'm 29 years old, so that I can put this all in context). Having had it done in the past, I just went in for a quick touch-up for my upcoming wedding. I left the office having spent $600!! Much, much, more than I spent at a plastic surgeon's office. The results were mediocre at best in that I still had some wrinkles, whereas, the last time I had this procedure done at a different place, the results were amazing -- no wrinkles with just using 35 units as opposed to having 60! units injected here and still having some wrinkles. It can only be one of 3 things: the person administering it, the Botox they use, or them telling me they used 60 units when maybe the only used 30 and lied to me. I want to also say that Botox is not their specialty here. I was told that, because it's so lucrative, they starting doing it. Well, of course it's lucrative when they sucker people like me. Be careful of the "Bait and Switch" this office employs. I was ONLY told how much I was charged after they RAN THE CARD FIRST (quite possibly, so that I couldn't say anything after the damage was done). These people are crooks, and after calling them, I was rudely told that they don't care and that there's nothing they can do for me (oh yeah, and to have a nice day). I just want other people to know this, because, had I known this before scheduling an appointment, I NEVER would have gone there.
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