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Carol Bryan wants to make the disfigurement she’s suffered from facial injections never happens to anyone else. She joins The Doctors with craniofacial surgeon Dr. Reza Jarrahy, who helped give Carol her life back, to warn people about the potential dangers.
Carol has launched Saving Face (savingface.face2facehealing.org) which advocates for the safe and ethical practice of aesthetic medicine. An initiative of Face2Face Healing (http://face2facehealing.org/ ) Saving Face will advocate for safe medical aesthetic practices, support and promote healing of other victims of aesthetic complications and provide information to anyone considering a facial aesthetic procedure that will help keep them from harm.