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There are a number of precautions that physicians should observe in order to ensure safe and effective treatment with dermal fillers.
There are many things of which a patient should be aware before deciding to receive treatment with dermal fillers.
Discussing the expectations prior to the treatment will help reduce any undesirable results. As well, always share/review medical history to ensure that the treatment is suitable. Patients with allergies to the intended filler should not be injected. Do not use cosmetic fillers that come from opened packaging. The soft tissue filler should be within its shelf life and the packaging should be sealed and undamaged. Do not proceed with the treatment if it is not suitable. There are several cosmetic injectables available, including hyaluronic acid-based fillers and mesotherapy treatments, poly-L-lactic acid-based fillers, and calcium hydroxylapatite-based fillers. Go over the costs, duration of effects, and an estimated maintenance schedule prior to the procedure. A consultation is essential to creating the best treatment plan and setting out goals.
You can also research various soft tissue fillers before the treatment to determine which is most suitable for achieving those goals. Some fillers, such as Sculptra, are indicated for skin depressions and large tissue corrections, while brands such as Belotero and Juvederm has several cosmetic injectables that are indicated for different concerns, from skin rehydration to volume restoration. These checklists apply to most cosmetic injectable procedures, including lip augmentation.
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