There are many opinions being expressed about this so-called “Botax” but there’s one problem: patients aren’t voicing their own position – and they would be the ones paying most of it.

As Dr. Steven Teitelbaum told the New York Times this week, “[cosmetic surgery patients] are a disorganized group that has no one of its own representing it.”

“They don’t want to come out and march on Capitol Hill,” he said. “You’re not going to have a million-man Botox march.” Aside from the occasional gripe from one or two people here in Cincinnati, there haven’t been many non-surgeons weighing in on this issue.