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Crooked smile after Botox - do I need to pay for correction?

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Crooked smile after Botox - do I need to pay for correction?

Postby CC001 » Fri Jun 12, 2015 10:38 am

I had Botox injected around my mouth (close around my nose area actually) to restrict my smile from going up so high and showing so much gum. My smile is crooked now. I will go back in and have him even it out.

My question is: Is it his fault the smile isn't symmetrical - should he or shouldn't he charge me to fix it?
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