Restylane, Juvederm, Belotero, Revanesse and Teosyal are mainstream hyaluronic acid fillers utilized for their versatility are among the most trusted and studied facial restoration and augmentation tools out there. While still a medical procedure that must be done by an experienced and certified medical professional, getting a filler is like getting a coffee – everybody’s doing it to look good no matter the age. But because they are ubiquitous the side effects are not uncommon.

As far as safety is concerned, there’s very little you as a patient have to worry about. However safety doesn’t always equate to satisfaction. There are so many reasons you may not like the reflection in the mirror after the procedure: it could be inappropriate placement, displacement of the filler creating an asymmetry or imbalance, a sensitivity or allergic reaction, or simply too much of a good thing. But don’t get frustrated when your expectations are not met and start thinking that fillers were the wrong choice for you in the first place.
When you need help with dermal filler related side effects there is a miracle medicine called Hyaluronidase. Hyaluronidase NYC swiftly dissolves hyaluronic based facial fillers and restores your original look. A critical aspect of Hyaluronidase injection is that it only eliminates the filler and has no effect on surrounding tissues, because there is no free floating hyaluronic acid in your body.

Our medical professionals at SkinGenity will make sure that all your concerns are heard to give you the best look possible.

Common Areas for Hyaluronidase Injection

  • Hyaluronidase under eyes: Dermal filler treatments under the eyes are very common. And if it just so happens that something doesn’t go according to plan, you can easily clean everything up with Hyaluronidase treatment.
  • Dissolving lip filler: Lip fillers can be very tricky. If they come out asymmetrical or uneven, there’s always Hyaluronidase by your side to balance them out and make them look normal again.
  • Nose filler dissolved: Nose fillers are pretty popular. But if you don’t like the results, you can quickly fix them with Hyaluronidase.
  • Dissolving filler in cheeks: Volume restoration in the zygomatic area is a very popular treatment during which fillers are injected to replenish lost volume in the cheeks. If it left you looking unnatural, remember that Hyaluronidase filler dissolver can fix it right up.
  • Dissolving filler in face: Other common areas for filler injections include chin, forehead and temples. If the final look is below your expectations the filler can be removed in no time.

Frequently Asked Questions About Hyaluronidase Injections

Who can not get hyaluronidase injections?

Hyaluronidase is a very safe compound utilized in various cosmetic treatments. The only contraindication to receiving hyaluronidase is personal intolerance and active infection at the site of injection. It is important to understand that Sculptra or Radiesse can’t be reversed with the treatment as they are made of polylactic acid and calcium hydroxyapatite respectively.

How long does the procedure take?

You should expect the entire Hyaluronidase treatment to last around 15 minutes, something you can do over a lunch break.

Do lip fillers dissolve quickly?

The medicine acts quickly to dissolve hyaluronic acid fillers in the tissues. In some cases, you can see the difference right away, but in general it takes as little as 24 hours for the unwanted filler to be gone.

How many sessions are necessary?

It is our priority to minimize both physical and emotional distress associated with any injections, but even more importantly when dissolving misplaced fillers. As such, our doctors are generally capable, by using their best judgement and skills, to get the filler removed in just one treatment restoring your original look in a short period of time.

How long do the results last?

Once the hyaluronidase enzyme breaks down unwanted filler, it’s gone forever and you won’t have to worry about it ever again.

What is the recovery time like?

Because the medicine is administered through tiny needles, you may occasionally have a few minor bruises lasting a few short days.

How should patients prepare for hyaluronidase?

Hyaluronidase requires no preparation. Once you are examined by the doctor and the course of action is determined, you will be cleaned with alcohol, anesthetized with numbing cream and having the injections administered in a few minutes.

How much does Hyaluronidase cost?

The cost to dissolve hyaluronic acid based fillers including Juvederm, Restylane, Belotero & Revanesse with hyaluronidase enzyme can range between $600 and $1500. The price varies based on the area of concern, the amount of medicine used, the skills of your doctor, and the overall complexity of the case. During your personal consultation, a custom plan reflecting your individual needs will be created to resolve the issues related to previously placed fillers in your lips, cheeks, tear troughs, smile lines and other areas.

What is the hyaluronidase aftercare like?

Hyaluronidase injections effectively dissolve dermal fillers and require no downtime or aftercare of any kind. Not only will you be able to see the results within 24 hours following the treatment, but you’ll also have no limitations performing your daily tasks and activities.

Are Hyaluronidase injections safe?

A resounding yes! The hyaluronidase injection has been chemically engineered to exclusively target hyaluronic based fillers, thus leaving everything else unharmed, but completely dissolving the dermal filler.

Is the treatment painful?

Our goal at SkinGenity is to make your experience as pleasant as possible and to this end we will use a strong numbing cream prior to injections. You may feel a few tiny pricks, but nothing worse than that. If you are very sensitive we can even inject lidocaine before giving you the dissolving medicine.

What are the Hyaluronidase side effects?

The medicine is extremely safe for use in the human body and generally you can expect to have no side effects of any kind. However, in very rare cases you may experience personal intolerance to the ingredients and this is usually manifested by local redness, itchiness and swelling. These sensitivities to medication usually resolve quickly over the course of 24 hours.