There are a rapidly growing number of dermal filler injectors with little knowledge and experience, and who aren’t Doctors, Nurses or Dentists.
So it’s no surprise that we are seeing a sharp rise in the number of people coming to us for dermal filler correction, after treatment performed elsewhere by non-medically trained individuals.
We see ladies and men with too much dermal filler, lumpy and uneven texture, or even a blueish tinge where the filler is (Tyndall effect).
Some have had fillers for the first time and don’t like the result. In all cases we see people who are left feeling very distressed – especially when they expect to look ‘fresher’, ‘better’, ‘improved’ after treatment.
Hyaluronidase (aka Hyalase in UK), is a prescription only medication that can help dissolve unwanted Hyaluronic Acid (HA) fillers – unfortunately it isn’t effective on non-HA fillers. It’s a simple and straightforward procedure that should be done by someone experienced in corrective treatments. Although you may see an immediate improvement, it can take a few weeks to work fully.
Avoiding problems is better than correcting them so follow our dermal fillers check list: