LOS ANGELES — A group of Texans is suing cosmetic and cosmetic acupuncture clinics for allegedly falsifying information about the safety of their procedures.
The lawsuit was filed Friday in federal court in Los Angeles.
The lawsuit, filed by Dr. Karen A. Miller and Dr. David A. Buss, says cosmetic acupuncture and other acupuncture services in the Los Angeles area are underwritten by insurance companies, and the companies misrepresent their services and falsely advertise their products and services.
The lawsuit alleges that Dr. Miller falsely told the Los Angelas Orthopaedic Association that her facial surgery was safe, and Drs.
Bazzi and Buss falsely claimed that their services were safe and that the procedures performed on their patients were safe.
It also claims the cosmetic acupuncture services were marketed to women as a way to prevent breast cancer.
The Los Angeles Orthopathic Association said in a statement to Breitbart News that it had received the lawsuit.
In the lawsuit, the plaintiffs alleged that the cosmetic and acupuncture clinics were marketing products to women who did not need or wanted cosmetic surgery.
They say that, for years, the clinics did not properly label their products as cosmetic or acupuncture.
The clinics’ advertisements for facial surgery were deceptive because they used words like “enhanced skin care,” and used a number of misleading and misleading claims about the products’ safety, the lawsuit states.
In addition, the clinic’s website was misleading because it listed the word “acupuncture” in a caption.
The defendants, the Los Angles Orthopodal Association, the Beverly Hills Cosmetic Clinic and the Los Tronc Cosmetic Clinic are represented by attorneys who have experience representing health care providers in other states.
The Beverly Hills Clinic and Tronci Cosmetic Clinic did not respond to requests for comment.
The L.A. Orthopacic Association did not immediately respond to a request for comment by Friday afternoon.