Understanding, Avoiding, and Managing Severe Filler Complications.

Abstract

Any injectable filler may elicit moderate-to-severe adverse events, ranging from nodules to abscesses to vascular occlusion. Fortunately, severe adverse events are uncommon for the majority of fillers currently on the market. Because these are rare events, it is difficult to identify the relevant risk factors and to design the most efficacious treatment strategies. Poor aesthetic outcomes are far more common than severe adverse events. These in contrast should be easily avoidable by ensuring that colleagues receive proper training and follow best practices.

DOI: 10.1097/PRS.0000000000001760
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@article{Rzany2015UnderstandingAA, title={Understanding, Avoiding, and Managing Severe Filler Complications.}, author={B. Rzany and Claudio DeLorenzi}, journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery}, year={2015}, volume={136 5 Suppl}, pages={196S-203S} }