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Correcting Injectables and Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers and injectables have become a popular treatment used to smooth and tighten a patient’s skin, resulting in a youthful, fresh appearance. However, if the practitioner administering the injectables inserts them in the wrong place or uses harmful substances, it can cause facial or body asymmetry and even a serious reaction.

At Luxe Plastic Surgery, Dr. Kutty specializes in removing mysterious and harmful fillers and injectables. Keep reading to learn the signs that you may need to have your filler removed, and how this can be done.

Signs Your Filler Treatment Went Wrong

Typically, injectables are placed evenly to achieve a natural-looking result. If you experience bumps or an allergic reaction following your treatment, there may have been an issue with the fillers your injector used— or they may not have had adequate experience to expertly complete the procedure.

Here are some of the warning signs that you’ve had an improper filler injection:

  • ● The material doesn’t stay in the area where it was injected.
  • ● The injectable has caused scars on the body part where it was introduced.
  • ● You’ve developed inflammation that has to be treated with medication.

Reversing the Effects of Harmful Injectables

It is possible to remove previously injected fillers, and our expert plastic surgeon Dr. Kutty has developed multiple processes to restore the appearance of your skin. To avoid major deformities, fluid collections, infections, and a lot of other problems, this process is in some cases done in multiple visits.

Injectable and Dermal Filler Removal in Sugar Land TX

A poor injection result can be embarrassing but can almost always be improved. If you’ve had a bad experience with injectables, know that Dr. Kutty and the rest of our team at Luxe Plastic Surgery are not here to judge, but to help you repair any damage done and restore your self-esteem. Contact us today with any questions or to book a consultation. (281) 815-2277



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