Safety Considerations

Important Safety Considerations for filler injections

Patients with serious allergies to drugs, that have previously required in-hospital treatment, should not be injected with fillers.

Products should be injected into the skin, under the skin, or in the lips.

If there are known problems with the skin, for example sores, pimples, rashes, hives, cysts, or infection, the injections should be postponed until the problems are solved.

After treatment, you might have little pain, in some cases bruising or swelling, redness and rarely tenderness. These are typically mild and normally last 3 to 7 days in nasolabial folds, and up to 5 days in the lips.

To avoid bruising and bleeding, you should not use the products if you have recently used drugs that thin your blood or prevent clotting.

Products should not be used during pregnancy, when breastfeeding, or in patients under 18 years.

Our reference doctors advise to limit treatment volume to 2 mg/ml in wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds, and to 2 mg/ml per lip, as greater amounts could increase the possibility of adverse event