Filling full face using Hyaluronic Acid through the interaction with fat cell receptors
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Filling full face using Hyaluronic Acid through the Interaction with fat cell receptors
This webinar will explain a technique which uses, in
average, only 2-3 ampoules of hyaluronic acid with immediate, natural and
progressively better results through the interaction of hyaluronic acid and fat
subcutaneous superficial receptors.
In our study three hundred patients received hyaluronic acid filling over a 2-year period. We used the technique published and called Delta lifting (New facial rejuvenation technique with Hyaluronic Acid: Delta V Lifting). The results were long lasting - in average, one year and a half. I will explain our results and show that the interaction among the hyaluronic acid and the superficial subcutaneous fat cell receptors promote immediate, natural and progressively better results with a high level (over 90%) of patients’ satisfaction.
Dr.Carlos Roberto Antonio
Professor Responsible for dermatology and laser surgery at FAMERP University - São José do Rio Preto
Member of the International Society of Dermatology, Brazilian Society of Dermatology and Brazilian Society of Dermatologic Surgery
Author of the Ipiel - On-line Book of Dermatology of the CILAD (Ibero-Latin American Congress of Dermatology)
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Article on the topic:
Posterior Ciliary Artery Occlusion Caused by Hyaluronic
Acid Injections Into the Forehead
Although cosmetic facial soft tissue fillers are generally safe and effective, improper injections can lead to devastating and irreversible consequences. We represent the first known case of posterior ciliary artery occlusion caused by hyaluronic acid. A 41-year-old female presented with right visual loss 7 hours after receiving cosmetic hyaluronic acid injections into her forehead. Examination revealed no light perception in the right eye and multiple dark ischemic area of injection over the forehead and nose. The right fundus revealed a pink retina with optic nerve edema. Fluorescein angiogram showed several filling defects in the choroidal circulation and late hyperfluorescence in the choroid. A right posterior ciliary artery occlusion and embolic occlusion of facial artery braches was diagnosed. With hyaluronidase injection, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, oral aspirin, oral acetazolamide and dexamethasone venotransfuse treatment, the patient's forehead and nasal skin improved and vision recovered to hand movements. With proper technique, vascular occlusion is rare following facial filler injection. Vision consequences can be severe if filler emboli enter the ocular circulation. Physicians should be aware of this potential side effect, recognize its presentation, and be knowledgeable of effective management...