Hyalase is a product which is able to dissolve the most common type of dermal fillers. If you are unhappy with your dermal filler results, our clinic offers dermal filler dissolving.
The most concerning risk with hyalase is of allergy. It is important for patients to be aware of this risk and also for the doctors treating with this product to be trained in the management of allergy. A test patch may also be used by your doctor
We advise that patients should first consider going to their previous doctor if they want hyalase, but if they decide against this, our clinic does offer hyalase injections to dissolve other injectors work.
We also offer other corrective work to address other injectors’ work.
With dermal filler dissolving, 1-3 treatments are typically required.
Video of Hyalase Being Injected
Here is the video of the hyalase dissolving dermal filler case above.
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HYALASE: Here one of @themanseclinic doctors is injecting hyalase to dissolve a lump of dermal filler in a tear trough. This procedure is very effective, but does come with risks. There are 2 situations where we use hyalase. 1: In an emergency situation with a vascular occlusion (where the filler is blocking a blood vessel). Or 2. When there is an aesthetic issue with the filler, that cannot be resolved using other safer methods like massage or manual removal. The rare but most important risk associated with hyalase, is anaphylaxis (severe allergy). I have not personally seen this in my career, but I have heard of colleagues who have had this rare complication happen to their patients. There is a protocol for anaphylaxis treatment, which the doctor must follow, including administering adrenaline and calling an ambulance to transport the patient to a hospital setting. At our clinic, our doctors perform a lot of revision work, including dissolving and refilling, or sometimes just rebuilding around the area without dissolving. Cost of hyalase: $650 per treatment. Usually 1-3 treatments are required to smooth out the area #botched #dermalfillerlumps #filler #dermalfillers #hyalase #hyaluronidase #teartrough #teartroughfillers #injectables
Patient examples of corrective work