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    These days we are very familiar with injectable cosmetic treatments. In every shopping centre there is a place advertising sale prices (illegal to do by the way as these are prescription medications) for Botox, Dysport, Juvaderm, Restylane and so on. We see the beautiful images of full lips, softened wrinkles and happy faces!

    I don’t think we talk about what can go wrong enough. If you have had these treatments, hopefully you have seen a consent form and signed it, but often you may not read it, or if you do you may not really understand what it is talking about. It is important to know. Otherwise you might not realise that problems you are getting could be from your filler. Your local GP may not know enough to think of this as a cause. So let’s look at some of those problems, so you can be on the look out and can go straight to your injector to report these issues.(I will be talking about hyaluronic acid fillers mostly here as they are by far the most common used.) Of course if there is no doctor on site where you have had your treatment, or the doctor only swings by once a month…………


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    Originally posted by jonsmaradona View Post
    These days we are very familiar with injectable cosmetic treatments. In every shopping centre there is a place advertising sale prices (illegal to do by the way as these are prescription medications) for Botox, Dysport, Juvaderm, Restylane and so on. We see the beautiful images of full lips, softened wrinkles and happy faces!

    I don’t think we talk about what can go wrong enough. If you have had these treatments, hopefully you have seen a consent form and signed it, but often you may not read it, or if you do you may not really understand what it is talking about. It is important to know. Otherwise you might not realise that problems you are getting could be from your filler. Your local GP may not know enough to think of this as a cause. So let’s look at some of those problems, so you can be on the look out and can go straight to your injector to report these issues.(I will be talking about hyaluronic acid fillers mostly here as they are by far the most common used.) Of course if there is no doctor on site where you have had your treatment, or the doctor only swings by once a month…………
    If you've had dermal fillers and you're not happy with the results, talk to your practitioner at the clinic where you were treated. If you have problems, such as lumpiness, follow any aftercare advice you were given by your practitioner, or contact them for advice about what to do. See your GP if you have complications that need medical attention, or go to your nearest accident and emergency (A&E) if you have an urgent medical issue. You can report side effects of dermal fillers through the Yellow Card Scheme website. By reporting side effects, you're providing valuable information about the safety of the product used. Help us improve our website

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      Dermal fillers are a popular cosmetic treatment used to add volume, smooth out wrinkles, and improve the appearance of the skin. Like any medical treatment, there are potential side effects to consider. Here are some possible side effects of dermal fillers:
      1. Swelling: Swelling is a common side effect of dermal fillers and can occur in the treated area. It usually subsides within a few days but may persist for up to two weeks.
      2. Bruising: Bruising is another common side effect of dermal fillers. It may occur at the injection site and can take up to two weeks to heal.
      3. Redness: Redness or irritation may occur at the injection site, but it usually goes away within a few hours.
      4. Pain: Pain or discomfort may occur during or after the injection. Over-the-counter pain relievers can help alleviate the discomfort.
      5. Infection: In rare cases, dermal fillers can cause infection at the injection site. Signs of infection include redness, warmth, and pain. If you experience these symptoms, seek medical attention immediately.
      6. Allergic reactions: Some people may be allergic to the ingredients in dermal fillers, which can cause an allergic reaction. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include swelling, itching, and difficulty breathing. Seek medical attention immediately if you experience these symptoms.
      7. Lumps or bumps: Dermal fillers can sometimes cause lumps or bumps under the skin, especially if they are injected too deeply or too close together. These can usually be corrected with additional injections or massage.

      It's essential to choose a qualified and experienced practitioner for your dermal filler treatment to minimize the risk of side effects. Be sure to discuss any concerns with your practitioner before the treatment to ensure that you have a safe and successful experience.

      https://beequeenfillers.com/ is proud to deliver high-quality products to the market at very competitive prices. We brought the most popular brands and manufacturers on the market together in one place for convenience. We collaborate with more than 50 manufacturers. Our online shop offers a wide variety of dermal fillers, the finest mesotherapy products, and orthopedic and skincare solutions, which are used in aesthetic cosmetology and medical treatment.

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        People are seeking treatments to smooth smile lines and crow’s feet and plump up their lips, cheeks, and hands. Injecting dermal fillers into the face and hands can improve the appearance of facial lines and volume loss caused by age or certain medical conditions. In studies of dermal fillers approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, people generally report they are satisfied with their treatment results.

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