Filling Melting

What is Hyaluronidase?

Hyaluronidase is an enzyme that digests and destroys hyaluronic acids. For hyaluronic acid applications, it is necessary to dissolve the hyaluidase rubbers or melts made of people. In hyaluronic medicine, hyaluronic acid can be applied, infused with hyaluronic acid. Hyaluidase applications are used, it dissolves hyaluronic acidrons.

In which cases is the filling melting application done?

♦ Excessive fullness after filling

♦ Infection in the treatment area

♦ Prolonged swelling, pain, and abnormal tissue

♦ Unsatisfactory results

Is hyaluronidase application safe?

Hyaluronidase is a substance containing acid in most of its content and must be used under the supervision of a physician. In some patients, an allergic reaction may develop, as the solvents are derived from animal by-products. However, in most cases, hyaluronidase can be a savior as it eliminates the undesirable consequences of filler injections. In dissolving processes with hyaluronidase, more than the targeted amount of filler may melt, and then a need for a refill treatment may arise.

Is it possible to dissolve any type of filling with hyaluronidase?

With hyaluronidase, we can dissolve only hyaluronic acid-containing fillers. If a filling containing polycaprolactone other than hyaluronic acid has been applied, it may be possible to reduce the amount of filling by injecting saline or steroids into the area shortly after the procedure. However, the best way to improve or completely reverse the results of such fillers is unfortunately to wait for them to be absorbed by the body.

The situation is completely different in permanent fillings and it is not possible to melt these fillings. Permanent fillings can only be restored by surgical removal. There is a high risk of scarring after the surgical procedure, so the surgeon should plan the procedure to have the least scar.

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