Risks and Safety of Injectable Fillers

Risks and Safety
Injectable Fillers


Duration and Dissolution

Risks and Safety

Procedure and Effects

Choosing the Right Practitioner

Types of Fillers and Their Uses

Before and After Care

Despite their high safety profile, injectable fillers carry potential risks, particularly if injected improperly. Severe complications, though rare, can include vascular occlusion leading to skin necrosis, blindness, or stroke. It is crucial to undergo these procedures with a highly skilled injector familiar with deep facial anatomy to minimize such risks.

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