Man charged after allegedly working an unlicensed and unregistered beauty surgical procedure clinic in Oshawa. had operated



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Posted on Oct 7, 2021 at 11:05 am

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OSHAWA, Ontario. – A man is charged after allegedly running an unlicensed cosmetic surgery clinic in a home in Oshawa, Ontario.

Durham Regional Police claim the clinic offered botox, non-surgical nose augmentation, fillers and hair transplants.

They say officials ransacked an apartment in Oshawa’s Pilgrim Square on Wednesday, confiscated numerous documents and arrested a suspect.

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The police are asking patients or alleged victims of the clinic to report.

Investigators did not say whether someone was injured or had health consequences after being treated at the clinic.

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