Filler complications - Dermatology and aesthetics


Dermatology and aesthetics

Dermatology and aesthetics


Skin biorevitalization
  • Skin biorevitalization

Complications of fillers

In the case of resorbable fillers, complications are very rare and mostly temporary: they consist of hypersensitivity reactions such as edema, erythema and sometimes granulomatous nodules persisting for a few months, abscess formation or painful cysts at the injection site, rarely skin necrosis glabellar by vascular compression by the implant.

In the case of semi-permanent and permanent fillers, on the other hand, granulomatous reactions from foreign bodies, including important and widespread, mostly persistent, were frequently found. Furthermore, permanent materials, especially if infiltrated in large quantities, can "migrate" over time and penetrate into the surrounding tissues.

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