Background The usage of dermal fillers has increased signif- derived complications, there is a need to determine the optimal icantly in recent years. Soft tissue augmentation with fillers treatment for those patients, as a wrong treatment strategy can helps to diminish the facial lines and to restore volume and lead to scarring. This study suggests general recommenda- fullness in the face at a relatively low cost. With the increasing tions for the referral and treatment of patients with more se- number of treatments, the number of complications is likely to vere complications associated with dermal filler injection. increase as well. Level of Evidence: Level IV, therapeutic study. Methods A total of 37 patients with complications were col- . . lected retrospectively during a period of 13 years using orig- Keywords Dermal fillers Complications Treatment inal data files. Information on the type, date, number and location of the injections, type and date of complications, treatment, bacteria, and pathology were registered. Introduction Results The mostcommonlyinjectedmaterialinthisse- ries was Polyacrylamide (35.1 %) and Hyaluronic Acid The usage of dermal fillers for soft tissue augmentation (18.9 %). Most of the patients had filler injected in the has increased significantly in recent years, and accord-
European Journal of Plastic Surgery – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 28, 2016
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