The collection of fillers is made from hyaluronic acid (HA). What’s interesting about HA is that it’s a natural substance in the skin that delivers nutrients, helps the skin retain moisture and softness, and adds volume. Each product in the Filler collection of fillers is made from a modified form of HA.
Injectable filler is the #1 selling collection of hyaluronic acid fillers in the US. Each product in the collection of fillers adds volume to a different area of the face to lift cheeks, smooth parentheses lines, or plump the lips. The results are subtle and long-lasting.
Injectable Gel Fillers Indications and Important Safety Information
Injectable gel is for deep injection in the cheek area to correct age-related volume loss in adults over 21, injection into the facial tissue for the correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds (such as nasolabial folds) in adults over 21, injection into the facial tissue for the correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds (such as nasolabial folds), injection into the lips and perioral area for lip augmentation in adults over the age of 21, and injection into the lips for lip augmentation and for correction of perioral lines in adults over the age of 21.
Important Safety Information
Are there any reasons why I should not receive any filler injectable gel formulation?
Do not use these products if you have a history of multiple severe allergies or severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis), or if you are allergic to lidocaine or the Gram-positive bacterial proteins used in these products.
What precautions should my doctor advise me about?
- Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. The safety of these products for use during pregnancy or while breastfeeding has not been studied
- The safety of filler in patients under 35 years or over 65 years, the safety of filler injectable gels in patients under 18 years, and the safety of filler in patients under 22 years has not been studied
- The safety and effectiveness of filler in areas other than the cheek area, filler for areas other than facial wrinkles and folds, and filler in areas other than the lips and perioral area have not been established in clinical studies
- Tell your doctor if you have a history of excessive scarring (eg, hypertrophic scarring and keloid formations) or pigmentation disorders, as use of these products may result in additional scars or changes in pigmentation
- Tell your doctor if you are planning other laser treatments or a chemical peel, as there is a possible risk of inflammation at the treatment site if these procedures are performed after treatment
- Patients who experience skin injury near the site of injection with this product may be at a higher risk for side effects
- Tell your doctor if you are on immunosuppressive therapy used to decrease the body’s immune response, as use of these products may result in an increased risk of infection
- Tell your doctor if you are using medications that can prolong bleeding, such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or other blood thinners, as this may result in increased bruising or bleeding at the injection site
- Minimize strenuous exercise, exposure to extensive sun or heat, and alcoholic beverages within the first 24 hours following treatment
What are possible side effects?
The most commonly reported side effects with filler injectable gels included injection-site redness, swelling, pain, tenderness, firmness, lumps/bumps, bruising, discoloration, and itching. For filler, dryness was also reported. For filler, most side effects were moderate and lasted 2 to 4 weeks. For filler, most side effects were mild or moderate and lasted 14 days or less. Most side effects were mild or moderate and lasted 30 days or less.
One of the risks with using these products is unintentional injection into a blood vessel, and while rare, the complications can be serious and may be permanent. These complications, which have been reported for facial injections, can include vision abnormalities, blindness, stroke, temporary scabs, or permanent scarring.