“It’s caveat emptor,” says ophthalmologist Jean Carruthers, the plastic surgeon who brought Botox into Canada and remains at the forefront of research and development. To her, Botox is an art that requires talent and experience. “You’ve got to be able to read the face. It’s not enough to have a cookie cutter,” she says. “But if dentists are willing to learn to do it properly, then fair enough.”
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