At Harley Injectables, we use Hyalase to reverse and correct fillers that have gone wrong – whether they have been administered incorrectly or have produced undesirable results. In emergency cases we offer free treatment to anyone suffering from vascular occlusion
How It Works
Hyalase is an enzyme that can be found naturally in human body. It causes the breakdown of the hyaluronic acid used in fillers. Fillers that have been administered incorrectly, or by inexperienced practitioners, can coalesce and produce a lumpy or asymmetrical appearance. Injections of Hyalase dissolve these fillers, reversing the effects and allowing corrections to take place. All of our injectable treatments are administered by skilled cosmetic physicians, ensuring the quality and safety of your results.
At Revere, we can use Hyalase to correct unsatisfactory fillers in different areas of face and body. Most frequently we correct poorly administered lip, tear trough, cheek, chin and nose fillers, restoring the natural shape and volume of the facial features.
At Harley Injectables we offer free emergency treatment for those suffering from Arterial or Vascular occlusion. This can occur if a filler is injected into a blood vessel or when sufficient quantity is injected near the vessel to cause a compression blockage. The two types are arterial (generally an acute onset – during injection) and venous (generally a delayed onset – often when the patient has left the clinic), although the two are not mutually exclusive.
Arterial occlusion is the more serious complication and can potentially be very damaging, leading to ischemia, tissue degradation, and necrosis. In rare cases, it can even cause visual impairment or blindness if it affects the retinal artery. The underlying mechanism is related to retrograde embolization from peripheral vessels into the ophthalmic arterial system. This makes it vital for the clinician to be aware of the early warning signs to facilitate quick diagnosis and an immediate, aggressive response. This is also why it is so important that you are injected by a medically trained donor or nurse who is able to prescribe and administer Hyalase if you do have a complication.
- HYALASE (FILLER CORRECTION) (From £450)