By Mauricio de Maio, Berthold Rzany (auth.)
This ebook deals a good and accomplished assessment at the medical use of fillers in aesthetic drugs that may help either beginner and complicated practitioners. in response to an evidence-based standpoint, the publication opens through describing the commonest fillers, with details on their features, efficacy and security. the most a part of the ebook then explains the way to use fillers for the main widespread facial symptoms, corresponding to the glabella, nasolabial folds, infraorbital hole, nostril, cheeks, lips and marionette strains. This new version additionally comprises chapters on extrafacial symptoms and therapy making plans. All particular aesthetic methods for the facial and extrafacial components are defined step-by-step, with the emphasis on a hands-on procedure that highlights vital do’s and don’ts. The e-book concludes with chapters on how you can care for hostile reactions and the way to mix fillers with different aesthetic approaches, starting from botulinum toxin A to plastic surgery.
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In addition to mild bruising and swelling, no immediate side effects were observed. Sklar and White (2004) reported five patients with complications after CaHa treatment. Three patients had palpable bumps, one had puffiness of the lower eyelid, and another patient developed a pink/white plaque. The two latter adverse events occurred when treating the tear trough area. The treatment period in that study was 6 months. 6 %) (Smith et al. 2007). Despite that, patients preferred CaHa compared to the human collagen.
2004). 3 Biodegradable Fillers et al. 2010a) (n = 233). In this trial, at 3 months already the superiority of this product was shown compared to human collagen. 6 in the collagen group. 1) ml. 0) ml. Importantly the correction with PLLA lasted over 13–25 months. This is the reason why most patients preferred this product (Brandt et al. 2011). 85 on a six-point scale – compared to approximately 1 on a five-point scale in HA trials (see above)) (Narins et al. 2010a). Nodule formation is the main adverse reaction of this filler.
2001; Waris 2003). Besides nodule formation, abscesses as well as ulcerations are part of the adverse reactions spectrum of this product (Zielke et al. 2008). 2 per 1,000 patients (Bergeret-Galley et al. 2001). , with a limited observation period, the real incidence will be higher. Although this product is not produced anymore, we will very likely see further adverse reactions to this permanent product. 15 Don’ts • We would not recommend using this or a similar product in patients. Key Points • This product had a bad efficacy/safety ratio.
Injectable Fillers in Aesthetic Medicine by Mauricio de Maio, Berthold Rzany (auth.)