What Is Dermal Filler Dissolving Treatment?
It is a safe, comfortable, and quick treatment that can break down dermal fillers which are causing unwanted results or which have migrated into unwanted areas. The results are immediate.
Hyaluronidase, brand name Hyelenex, (this is an enzyme that naturally exists within the body and is different from Vitrase which is derived from porcine) is offered at our office as a procedure to dissolve dermal fillers. To safely and quickly dissolve previously injected dermal fillers, concentrated doses of hyaluronidase are injected in the desired area. The body’s natural system takes care of the broken-down hyaluronic acid.
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Only seek filler treatment with board-certified injectors who carry hyaluronidase (Hyelenex) in case of any emergencies. Dr. Arshia Sabet-Payman, is a BOARD-CERTIFIED physician at Derm Clinic MD, and has over 10 years of experience with Dermal Filler Injections in Atlanta. She is an expert in the field and she never recommends an additional treatment that may not benefit her patients.
Dr. Payman is one of the leading aesthetic medicine providers injecting Botox, Juvederm, Restylane, QWO, and other dermal fillers. Dr. Payman has treated conditions in numerous patients that have been caused by filler complications by other injectors. Dr. Payman is a board-certified physician, an expert, an artist, and an advocate for increased safety in the aesthetics industry.
Why Should I Dissolve My Dermal Filler?
Poor placement of filler by poorly trained practitioners can cause dangerous complications:
- migration of filler to unwanted areas
- unwanted lumps/bumps
- necrosis/death of tissue
- risk of permanent blindness
- and more.
Hopefully listing some of the complications will motivate everyone seeking filler treatments to find a highly trained practitioner with an experience like Dr. Payman. Unfortunately, the number of patients who seek filler dissolve treatment has gone up.
Dr. Payman always goes for the natural look. Thanks to Hyaluronidase she can help her patients who have received inappropriate filler treatment to achieve their natural aesthetic goal. Derm Clinic MD is a safe clinic where Dr. Payman does all the injections. Due to her outstanding work, she has been featured as the Leading Health & Beauty Expert in The Atlantan Magazine.
Keep in mind that even celebrities like Courtney Cox, Kylie Jenner, and Khloe Kardashian to name a few have opted to dissolve their fillers to go back to the more natural look.
Frequently Asked Questions Filler Reversal
How Long Does Filler Take To Dissolve?
It depends! Fillers can take about 6 to 12 months and sometimes up to 2 years to dissolve on their own with the naturally occurring hyaluronidase in the body. Increased activity can cause fillers to dissolve more rapidly. When getting filler dissolve treatment concentrated doses of hyaluronidase are injected in the desired area. The effects are seen almost immediately. It will take a few days for the skin to restore relatively to normal.
Is Dissolving Filler Dangerous?
Hyaluronidase is a naturally occurring enzyme in the body. Naturally occurring hyaluronidase in our body breaks down the dermal filler over time! Therefore, patients require additional dermal filler every one to two years to maintain the desired result.
During filler dissolve treatment, concentrated doses of hyaluronidase are injected by an expert like Dr. Arshia Sabet-Payman. Because naturally occurring bodily material is utilized within the treatment, it is deemed safe by the FDA. However, there are always risks such as allergic reactions. You can further discuss your questions with Dr. Payman at Derm Clinic MD.
Can Filler Be Dissolved Completely?
Previously injected dermal filler can be dissolved completely.
How Much Does It Cost To Dissolve Fillers?
The cost varies for every patient and it depends on the area(s) being treated. The expected cost is $100 and up.
What Areas Can I Get Filler Dissolved?
- Lips filler
- Temples filler
- Cheeks filler
- Upper lip filler
- Chin filler
- Under-Eye/Tear troughs