Volume 13 - Issue 1 - January 2005

I f you perform a lot of cosmetic dermatology, you have probably had many opportunities to purchase materials from offshore sources or from suppliers offering to mix the products for you. The allure of this, depending on the size of your practice, is the possibility of saving between a few hundred dollars to enough money to buy a new luxury car. With patients constantly shopping for the best price, there is pressure to cut costs. On top of this added pressure, most patients are unaware of how a physician should be trained to administer Botox, and they don’t know what dilution rates are common