Complications of Injectables in the Perioral Region.

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Summary of "Complications of Injectables in the Perioral Region."

The continual advent of novel injectables has broadened the potential applications and use for facial aesthetics immensely. There are inherent risks and limitations in predictability associated with any product that is injected freely into human tissues that may possess bioreactivity. This article seeks to elucidate the most commonly feared complications as well as minor complications often overlooked by practitioners. The author also discusses the corresponding appropriate treatments.


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Name: Facial plastic surgery : FPS
ISSN: 1098-8793
Pages: 182-192


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