With the huge rise in poor and under–qualified practitioners flooding the under–regulated non-surgical aesthetics market, we unfortunately meet patients who have had bad experiences elsewhere. Fortunately, anti-wrinkles infections will always wear off and hyaluronic acid fillers can be dissolved using hyaluronidase.
Hyaluronidase (or ‘hyalase’) is a naturally occurring enzyme that acts to break down HA filler. It works very quickly and is safe in the right hands.
Before & After
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Corrective Work Treatments
At your initial complimentary consultation, we take a history and examine your area of concern and create a plan to dissolve your filler as appropriate. Sometimes several sessions of dissolving are required to get rid of all filler and this can only be carried out with HA fillers. Other permanent or semi-permanent material cannot be dissolved with hyalase.
About 1 in 7000 patients are allergic to hyalase. We always do a ‘patch test’ before treatment to be sure that you are not allergic. This involves introducing a very small amount of hyalase under the skin of the forearm and observing the area for 30 minutes. Adding filler after hyalase treatment is avoided generally for about 2 weeks.
Hyalase can be used for the following purposes:
The additional benefits of Hyalase:
Most frequent questions and answers
Hyalase is a naturally occurring enzyme which acts to break down or dissolve hyaluronic acid dermal filler.
After your patch test, the process of dissolving takes typically less than a few minutes, depending on what and where is being dissolved.
Filler is permanently dissolved after hyalase treatment. You can choose to be re-treated as required.
At Array Aesthetics, all patients receive unlimited aftercare as required following their procedure.
Hyaluronidase is a generic drug available only on prescription.
Although a little uncomfortable at times, patients tolerate the procedure very well. Also, overall injecting time is very short.