Following injection into the treated area, the enzyme acts within minutes to dissolve dermal filler and restore the original facial contours. The desired level of flattening can usually be achieved by carefully monitoring the Hyalase dose, with larger doses resulting in complete elimination of the filler from the implantation site.
It is best to delay the injections by several days after Dermal Filler implantation to allow for subsidence of any short-term, treatment-related swelling. The easy reversibility of these commonly used fillers provides a comforting safety margin, ensuring the fillers are associated with almost no permanent adverse effects, contrasting strongly with the inflexibility and irreversibility of permanent fillers.
Hyaluronidase is an enzyme that is very useful in breaking down hyaluronic acid fillers if and when too much filler is injected or a nodule develops.
Hyaluronidase is used to dissolve hyaluronic acid fillers that have been placed incorrectly, excessively, or unevenly. It is injected into the vicinity of the filler that needs to be dissolved. The action of hyaluronidase is very quick, and starts to work immediately, with most of the effect taking place within 24 hours.
We would advise you to wait at least 2 weeks before having the filler dissolved, this allows the bruising and swelling from the initial treatment to have subsided.
We would advise you to wait 4 weeks until you repeated a Dermal Filler treatment.
This depends on the individual, at your consultation we will assess if the Dissolving of Dermal Filler (Hyalase) is the right Procedure for you. It is important that you disclose all current medication and ailments to ensure we limit any risks.
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