Dermal filling is one of the quickest means of achieving an enhanced makeover in your lunch time. It is safe, non surgical and very popular. Many patients will lose facial volume as they age. Skin fillers allow people to correct lines and enhance their lips, cheeks, and other facial areas, without having to choose invasive plastic surgery treatments. The dermal filler procedure is much easier and a more cost-effective solution compared to plastic surgery. The treatment restores your lost volume, and makes you look fresh and youngger.

Although, dermal fillers are very safe, there are times when some health risks may arise. The article discusses a few points that you should keep in mind when considering these enhancements –

Cases of Allergies – Generally, few people have complaints with dermal filling treatment, but sometimes, the individual may suffer from an allergic reaction due to poor quality products or a high resistance to foreign products. Different people have different resistance systems, and some might be sensitive to filler materials. However, many cases of allergy occur because of the type of filler materials.

You should ask your treatment provider to check for possible allergies, before injecting the fillers. By going through a medical review and consultation, you will be reducing the risk of complications after the treatment.

Redness – Redness is a common side effect that happens after dermal filler treatment. It usually lasts for one or two days, but if the symptoms persists for longer duration, it could be a sign of some allergy to the product. You should not worry about the redness immediately after the treatment, but if it remains there for more than a week, you should visit your clinician.

Swelling – Along with redness, some sailing may also surface in the treated area. It will also remain there for a couple of days, after which it will start decreasing. You should not panic about it. Do not touch or press the swollen area, as it can aggravate the implant site, and cause further problems. But, if the swapping does not disappear or minimize after a week, you should speak to the clinician, who provided treatment.

Itching – Another observation after the dermal filling treatment. This can occur and may be associated with a sensitivity to the product inflicted. You should contact the clinic if this persists.

In the main, most patients will have no significant side effects or allergies after dermal filler treatment. However, with different types of dermal fillers available the product selection is critical and you should only consider a skilled medical practitioner for this task. Choosing a novice or non-medical may increase chance of serious consequences to your health and looks.