Facial Filler Foul Ups Article on MSNBC.com

 

There is an alarming and interesting article on MSNBC.com regarding the growing incidence of complications with facial filler injections. Facial fillers (like Restylane, Juvederm, and Sculptra) are now the second most common plastic surgery procedure in the country. It’s inevitable that as these procedures grow in popularity, the number of people having complications will also increase.

While this article is alarming, it’s important for consumers to realize that the most popular injectables (hyaluronic acids like Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm, and Prevelle) have a near-antidote called Hyaluronidase if too much is injected. That’s one big reason I prefer these injectables over Radiesse or Artefil. Even so, if you are considering having facial fillers injected, make sure you have it performed in the office of a board-certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist.

For the MSNBC.com article, click here.

Thanks for reading.

Michigan-based Plastic Surgeon

Anthony Youn, M.D.

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