Dermal Filler Dissolving
The are many reasons why you may be considering having your dermal filler dissolved. All treatments include a consultation prior to treatment and a Intradermal allergy test is carried out pre procedure.
The process of dissolving dermal filler involves the use of an enzyme called Hyaluronidase. This enzyme dissolves dermal filler within 48 hours in any area of the face. In some cases an additional session of dissolving is needed. Once fully dissolved you may wish to refill the area, this can be done two weeks post dissolving.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dermal fillers are non-permeant soft, gel-like substance that are made from Hyaluronic Acid. At The nurse of aesthetics we use a range of premium dermal filler products to soften lines and wrinkles, as well as enhance, contour and restore volume loss in the face.
Dermal filler results vary depending on what area of the face was treated but can also vary for person to person. This is all dependant on life style factors such as sun or UV exposure, smoking, Exercise and speed of metabolism. On average you can expect results to last around one year.
Appointments last on average 30 minutes depending on the treatment you are booked in for. Every appointment includes an in-depth consultation to discuss your areas of concern we will also need to address your medical history to establish whether you are safe and suitable for treatment.
There are a number of measures we take to ensure clients are comfortable during their treatment. Topical numbing cream is applied prior to treatment and The dermal fillers we use contain lidocaine which is a local anaesthetic. We also use ice to ensure optimal comfort for clients
Results following a dermal filler treatment are seen straight away but full results are seen two weeks post treatment.