Bilateral Lower-Lip Foreign Body Granuloma Secondary to Hyaluronic Acid Injection

@article{Alghonaim2016BilateralLF,
  title={Bilateral Lower-Lip Foreign Body Granuloma Secondary to Hyaluronic Acid Injection},
  author={Yazeed Alghonaim and Philip Solomon},
  journal={Plastic Surgery Case Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={2},
  pages={16 - 17}
}
Hyaluronic acid injection has become one of the most common dermal filler procedures performed by clinicians worldwide. Although it is considered to be a very safe and successful treatment option, several complications have been reported from this type of filler injection. A case of bilateral lower-lip foreign body granuloma secondary to hyaluronic acid injection is presented. The granulomas were successfully resected and histopathology confirmed the diagnosis. 
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