Negligent Cosmetic Treatment: Botox
From our vast experience of cosmetic injuries, we sympathise with and offer support to those who have suffered because of botched procedures and or products.
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Botox is an increasingly popular procedure used to temporarily improve the appearance of wrinkles. The procedure is designed to work beneath the skins surface and targets the underlying muscle activity that causes wrinkles such as frown lines and crow’s feet.
The anticipated result of wrinkle free skin is not always achieved, especially when a bogus cosmetic surgeon is involved, such as Ozan Melin who was found guilty of causing grievous bodily harm to a Bristol Grandmother who went to Melin for facial enhancement, ironically to boost her confidence in her appearance.
Melin used a substance obtained from China, described as “unknown and extremely dangerous” which caused her face to puff up so much that she could not see, her face upset her grandchildren, she couldn’t look in the mirror without crying, and she became suicidal due to the disfigurement. This is such a terrible thing to have happened to a someone simply wanting a confidence boost.
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From our vast experience of cosmetic injuries, we sympathise with the victim and offer support to others who have suffered because of similar procedures and or products.
The Melin case is becoming all too familiar and we urge the Government to urgently consider stricter regulation for cosmetic procedures.
Here at Aticus Law we strive to get our clients the compensation they deserve following negligent cosmetic treatment.