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Botox Side Effects – Avoid Affecting The Eye [Dentox Tip of the Day]

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    • Hi Verna, that depends. We can teach anyone the correct techniques, but you must determine whether you can legally inject patients. In many states, nurses or physicians assistants may inject under the supervision of a doctor, however you would need to check with your state board to determine the specific regulations for your area. If you have any other questions, please feel free to call us at 858-550-9533 or send us an email at support@dentox.com

      Kind regards, Ari

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