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Paul quoted in Kyle files on dangers of going to poorly trained practitioners


Jeremy Kyle: Investigates dermal filler treatments

Paul Charlson quoted in Jeremy Kyle investigation

Dr Paul Charlson, president of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine, said, “As medical practitioners, we have an ethical duty to provide a range of treatment options. One of those options would be to have no treatment. There will be occasions when patients are not suitable for aesthetic interventions and those patients should be strongly advised to not have them. This may include young patients, those with body dysmorphia, those who have clearly not understood what aesthetic intervention entails or the results of such an intervention, and those who are medically unsuitable. Therefore, a thorough psychological and medical assessment of the patient by a competent practitioner is essential.” 


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Dangers of poor practice in dermal filler treatment.