Electrocute Your Wrinkles Video

The latest in wrinkle treatment is ... electrocution! Have we gone too far for beauty? Or is it the logical next step in cosmetic procedures? See this radical treatment performed live.
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Male speaker: Here, the idea is to place a physical injury to the nerve, so that the muscle is not able to contract. You're damaging the nerve so that it stops sending signals through the muscle. Male Speaker: Let's look at Evelyn's before picture, now let's look at her face now and compare the two. There is no doubt that the lines are gone, but I have to tell you, procedure looked awfully invasive and I'm thinking, why would you want to go do this? Female Speaker: It is painful, but the outcome is very good. Male Speaker: Well, the results are pretty impressive, but this really is a clinical trial isn't it? I know you're one of a few that are doing this. Male Speaker: The device right now is FDA-approved, it's currently under clinical trials for official cosmetic approval. Male Speaker: Dr. Roxer, isn't this borrowed from what we used to shock the heart when it's in cardiac arrest? Dr. Roxer: You're absolutely right. So in electro-physiology of the heart -- Male Speaker: I really have issues with doing this in the face around the nerves of the face, not only the nerves that move the muscles, but the sensory nerves and the muscles themselves, because if we can get into these things where the muscles twitch, we can have the muscles moving in an abnormal way just like with a facial palsy, the injury comes back and then the things may not prove -- Male Speaker: I think the moral of the story here seems to be that this is a new procedure. It scares some doctors including Dr. Ordon. It's a little bit frightening to me. I will say this, I don't know if you can see up here, but I'm looking at these two guys, I don't see a wrinkle on their faces. That's just me. Male Speaker: We know the rhetorics, right?

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