Hyaluron-Filler in der Dermatologie

Hyaluron-Filler in der Dermatologie Hyaluronic acid based fillers (HA fillers) are the most frequently used so-tissue ft fillers. They have a favorable benefit–risk ratio compared to other fillers and they can usually be dissolved using hyal- uronidase. The anatomical area to be injected contributes to filler selection. In general, products with lower cross linking are suitable for fine wrinkles and more viscous products with a higher lift capacity for deeper wrinkles, but also for volume restoration, reestablishment of contours lost in the aging progress, and reshaping of anatomic facial regions. Profound knowledge of facial anato- my and its changes during aging processes, suitable patient selection, customized safe HA fillers and extensive experience with filler injection techniques are key prerequisites to perform this com- plex procedure. Comprehensive knowledge in the prevention and management of possible adverse events and complications are furthermore of paramount importance. Keywords Hyaluronic acid · Wrinkle treatment · Augmentation · Injection technique · Patient selection Der Hautarzt CME ist irreführend, da es sich, chemisch gesehen, um ein Salz, nicht um eine Säure handelt. In der Grundla- OH OH genforschung wird der korrekte Begriff „Hyaluronan“ O O HO verwendet.Im AllgemeinendeutschenSprachgebrauch HO OH NH hat sich der verkürzte Terminus „Hyaluron“etabliert, welcher der Einfachheit http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Der Hautarzt Springer Journals

Hyaluron-Filler in der Dermatologie

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2018 by Springer Medizin Verlag GmbH, ein Teil von Springer Nature
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Dermatology; Immunology; Allergology; Proctology
ISSN
0017-8470
eISSN
1432-1173
D.O.I.
10.1007/s00105-018-4168-8
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Abstract

Hyaluronic acid based fillers (HA fillers) are the most frequently used so-tissue ft fillers. They have a favorable benefit–risk ratio compared to other fillers and they can usually be dissolved using hyal- uronidase. The anatomical area to be injected contributes to filler selection. In general, products with lower cross linking are suitable for fine wrinkles and more viscous products with a higher lift capacity for deeper wrinkles, but also for volume restoration, reestablishment of contours lost in the aging progress, and reshaping of anatomic facial regions. Profound knowledge of facial anato- my and its changes during aging processes, suitable patient selection, customized safe HA fillers and extensive experience with filler injection techniques are key prerequisites to perform this com- plex procedure. Comprehensive knowledge in the prevention and management of possible adverse events and complications are furthermore of paramount importance. Keywords Hyaluronic acid · Wrinkle treatment · Augmentation · Injection technique · Patient selection Der Hautarzt CME ist irreführend, da es sich, chemisch gesehen, um ein Salz, nicht um eine Säure handelt. In der Grundla- OH OH genforschung wird der korrekte Begriff „Hyaluronan“ O O HO verwendet.Im AllgemeinendeutschenSprachgebrauch HO OH NH hat sich der verkürzte Terminus „Hyaluron“etabliert, welcher der Einfachheit

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Der HautarztSpringer Journals

Published: May 30, 2018

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