3 Ways to Get Rid of Botched Fillers

facial fillersWith just about everyone and their mom offering deals on dermal fillers and Botox, more and more patients are getting botched results. And although hit reality TV series like Botched are fun to watch, it’s a whole other feeling to be one of the patients. If you have recently gotten dermal fillers from someone who isn’t a board certified surgeon, the doctors at UMass Memorial Medical Group can help. From working to correct your fillers to waiting until they wear off, this article will discuss a few of the options you have if you have recently gotten bad fillers. Read on to learn more.

We Can Try to Correct It

Whether your skin is lumpy or looks to plastic, our doctors at UMass Memorial Medical Group can work to correct the issue. Typically with some more injections and a little resculpting by one of our doctors, your face will be softened and can look more natural. By scheduling a consultation with us, we will be able to determine what plan of action we can take to fix the problem.

Removal of Fillers

If you are using fillers like Juvederm or Restylane, they can be removed with a solution called hyaluronidase. Because Juvederm and Restylane are made up of hyaluronic acid, hyaluronidase can absorb them once it is injected into your skin.

Remember, It’s Temporary

One of the best parts about dermal fillers and Botox is that they are temporary. So, no matter how bad of a job you got done, it won’t last for forever. In fact, most dermal fillers last a year at most— meaning that in under 12 months, your face will be back to normal. And, after your fillers have worn off, you can come into our office and get fillers that you won’t regret.

At UMass Memorial Medical Group, we pride ourselves on giving our patients the best results the first time around. If you recently got bad fillers from an uncertified professional, contact our office right away, and we will work to correct the problem.

 

 

 

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