The Efficacy, Safety, and Side Effects of Botox and Facelifts

Botox injections and facelift surgery are considered to be relatively safe with complications happening in only about 1 in 2,000 and 1 in 20 procedures, respectfully.

Stay tuned for the next video, The Efficacy and Safety of Fillers, Chemical Peels, and Laser Skin Resurfacing ( ).

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-Michael Greger, MD FACLM

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  • @andrewpawley8883 says:

    I love this channel!

  • @Italian13Princess says:

    With all due respect, what does that have to do with veganism or health?

    • @okok-uc8hi says:

      Surgery/procedures/and skincare may in fact have long term impacts of health.

    • @pavolhorvath7850 says:

      C’mon. He’s done so many videos, that he is running out of topics.

    • @Italian13Princess says:

      @@okok-uc8hi I’m an aesthetician I would prefer to get that information from a dermatologist or someone that specializes in that field. Wouldn’t you?

    • @Italian13Princess says:

      @@pavolhorvath7850 lol

    • @RuxandraMotiu says:

      ​​@@pavolhorvath7850 or maybe Dr Greger wants to prevent common traps for all his patients, especially women (mothers, grandmothers, caregivers, wives, sisters, daughters, colleagues or team mates). Nothing wrong with that- on the contrary, it’s admirable!

  • @gaston. says:

    thank you for not showing face eating necrosis.

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