Due to their nature, dermal fillers will create an instant result, but at novellus we pride ourselves on producing natural looking results, so everyone should notice but no one will know!
Depending on the treatment performed and the viscosity of the filler used, treatment results can last from anywhere between 6-18 months.
For all post-injection swelling to subside and for the dermal fillers into integrate into the tissue, you’re looking at anything between 2-4 weeks. If bruising or swelling occurs, it usually settles within a week or two – this may vary depending on health issues or medications a patient takes.
Dermal filler is made up of Hyaluronic Acid (or HA) which is a naturally occurring sugar in the body, so you will slowly break down the filler and reuse it elsewhere.
In short, one treatments’ results won’t last forever.
Providing that the dermal fillers are provided by a reputable pharmacy, as a whole they are safe.
Where complications arise is in the actual injection of the fillers. While complications [link to complications page] such as vascular occlusions can occur to the best injectors, the mitigation of this risk is a result of extensive anatomy knowledge which our medical team hold. Everyone’s anatomy is slightly different, so if the medical team have any concerns about a potential complication, they can use Ultrasound [link to ultrasound page] to map out your blood vessels. If a complication does arise, our team is extensively trained in managing occlusions, so you’re in the best hands to rectify any issues, and we are recognised as a Complications Centre in the North East by other medical aesthetics injectors in the region.
Dermal fillers can be dissolved with a prescription only enzyme called hyaluronidase. This breaks down and redistributes the HA molecules.
You can find more details on filler dissolving here [link to dissolving page on complications
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