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If you want to have fillers removed or reduced because of side effects, you may need additional procedures to reduce the filler or surgery to remove it. These procedures carry their own risks. Be aware that it may be difficult or impossible to remove some filler materials.
6 Tips for Consumers About Injectable Dermal Fillers
Do work with a licensed health care provider who has experience in the fields of dermatology or plastic surgery and is trained to inject dermal fillers. The provider should use properly labeled, sealed vials or pre-filled syringes of FDA-approved filler.
Request and read the patient labeling information on FDA-approved injectable dermal fillers from your licensed health care provider.
Do know the type of product to be injected and the possible risks. Know where each product you will be receiving is to be injected. Talk to your licensed health care provider if you have any questions.
Do not buy dermal fillers that are sold directly to the public. They may be fake, contaminated, or not approved for use in the U.S. FDA-approved dermal fillers are indicated for prescription use only.
Do not inject yourself with dermal fillers or with needle-free injection “pens.”
Do not get any type of filler or liquid silicone injected for body contouring.
Where to buy approved dermal fillers?
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