Dermal Filler Removal
When not administered by an expert, fillers can sometimes not give the desired results. Thankfully, hyaluronic acid fillers can be broken down quickly and easily with little downtime.
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Time of procedure
1 out of 5
Average Sessions Required
Multiple sessions depending on amount to dissolve
WHAT IS Dermal Filler Removal?
Dermal Filer Removal uses Hyalase to break down hyaluronic acid filler treatments (for example Juvederm, Restylane and Teosyal fillers) quickly and easily.
HOW DOES Dermal Filler Removal work?
The breakdown of unwanted filler involves the injection of an enzyme called Hyaluronidase (or Hyalase for short), which removes the filler in a short period of time. Usually the removal of filler involves multiple injections into an area of filler, then waiting for around 72 hours for the filler to be completely removed.
What are the benefits?
Quick and effective removal of unwanted filler. All hyaluronic acid based filler should be removed within 72 hours of the treatment.
What areas can be treated?
Anywhere where a hyaluronic acid filler has been injected.
Can it be used with other treatments?
Hyalase needs to be administered in small doses therefore multiple sessions are sometimes needed, once dissolved Dermal Fillers can be injected again as well as other treatments which combat the signs of ageing such as Anti-Wrinkle Injections and Profhilo.
What is the downtime?
There can be raised bumps or slight redness from injection points but this usually subsides within a couple of hours. With any injectables there is always a chance that bruising and/or swelling can occur which would usually arise within 48 hours from treatment.
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