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Injectable hyaluronic acid (HA) is currently considered gold standard treatment in the aesthetic approach for correction of wrinkles, contour loss and facial volume replacement.
In 2012, around two million procedures were performed using dermal fillers, according to data from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 5% more than in 2011 and 205% more than in 2000, being only behind botulinum toxin type A, these being the two minimally invasive and non-surgical cosmitic procedures performed in the interval studied.1 Data of the Society American Association of Dermatological Surgeons trend, and a survey conducted in the period from 2001 to 2007 showed that the procedure performed by dermatologists who the more it was the skin filling, with incredible expansion of 405%, with 70% consisting of base of HA. This popularity of AH is attributed to its accessibility, quality and relative safety, and clinical outcomes rapid and significant.2-4 However, it is to be expected that, concomitant with the growth in the use of HA-based fillers, these are the most implicated with undesirable and sometimes serious effects.5 Although it is a degradable substance by the body and most of the adverse effects are only some complications require aggressive and rapid treatment, in order to reduce the risk of sequelae or morbidities. Thus, the dermatologist must be able to control these events, through the application of an enzyme that degrades specifically that substance, hyaluronidase.
Because it’s an enzyme that exists in your body its unharmful and has no contra indications.