Removal of Hyaluronic Acid Fillers
When it comes to removing filler complications, bumps or dissolving hyaluronic acid fillers.
About the Procedure
|Hyaluronic acid removal procedure||from 150€|
|The final cost of the procedure depends on the product used and its quantity.|
More About this Treatment
Hyaluronic acid removal is a way to eliminate filler complications, bumps, or dissolve hyaluronic acid fillers if the result is not as expected.
What Else Should You Know About This Treatment?
Firstly, it is extremely important to make sure that filler injections are performed by medical specialists in licenced clinics, so you are likely to get all the help you need to prevent and treat complications.
If you notice any asymmetry, abnormal deposits of hyaluronic acid, bumps, tissue necrosis, or other symptoms, contact your physician or clinic immediately. Then, depending on the seriousness of the situation, you will be offered a solution to the problem – an additional visit to your doctor and recommendations.
Most complications can be avoided by selecting a licensed clinic and experienced medical specialist for filler injections and by following the specialist’s recommendations after the injections. Of course, in some cases even the most experienced specialists cannot promise a perfect and fulfilling result for absolutely all clients. Sometimes it is not possible to predict the final result as it also depends on the individual body response to the filler and adherence to the postprocedural regimen.
The most common cases where hyaluronic acid fillers should be removed are:
- Unsatisfactory results achieved by dermal filler injections;
- The results do not match the expectations;
- Dermal filler bumps and lumps;
- Asymmetries after filler injections or if hyaluronic acid is injected at the non-target site;
- Other complications.
Hyaluronidase injections are not suitable for people with allergies, especially those who are allergic to bee and wasp stings due to possible cross-reactivity. If there is rash or signs of infection at the injection site, the procedure should be postponed. This procedure should also be avoided during pregnancy and lactation. Be sure to inform the specialist about illnesses you have and medications you are taking.
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