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We are all too often seeing filler disasters, overfilled faces & complications from inexperienced providers due to the lack of regulation within the United Kingdom. Thankfully we can eradicate the often poorly placed and cheap fillers using an enzyme called Hyaluronidase. This enzyme is utilised in the event of an emergency should filler be injected intra arterially, however we often use this drug for elective dissolving of undesirable aesthetic outcomes.
How is filler dissolved?
Hyaluronic acid-based (HA) fillers can be dissolved using a highly permeable enzyme called hyaluronidase, or Hyalase. The solution works by breaking up the bonds that hold the HA molecules together and encourages the body to reabsorb them. This prescription-only drug to be administered in a clinical environment by highly skilled and qualified hands, and only after a consultation and intra dermal skin test. Results depend on the filler used, and how much it has built up over time – sometimes more than one session of hyaluronidase may be needed. It’s possible to partially dissolve filler without dissolving all of it, if a simple adjustment is what you need to soften your look. We
carry out multiple filler corrections and have vast experience in utilising hyaluronidase in practice.
What should you expect?
Your practitioner will use a needle to gently administer the hyaluronidase. The product is injected directly into the area of intended removal, it is a powder mixed with a saline solution and usually 3-5ml of product will be injected. Expect swelling and possibly some bruising for 48-72 hours whilst the filler metabolises. The filler will start to break down and soften immediately, although depending on the location and how much needs to be dissolved, it may take up to two weeks for final results to be visible.
Can I get filler again in the same area?
Lots of patients have their filler dissolved, often to erase the previous product and to return to a blank canvas. Once the filler is completely dissolved and swelling has subsided – usually after about two weeks – it is safe to have filler injected again in the same area. Filler cannot be re-injected in the same day as dissolving.