fillers

Which HA filler works best?Recent research compares the durability of three cross-linked HA fillers, the most common fillers used worldwide.
Fillers: The latest optionsFiller manufacturers are rounding out their product lines, giving practitioners many more options for use in different rejuvenation procedures.
Avoiding filler complicationsInjectable fillers are considered to be safe in the hands of experienced dermatologists. But side effects are a possibility no matter how experienced the practitioner. A derm expert shares what colleagues need to know about filler complications and how to treat them.
Protocol for injecting fillers gives more predictable resultsPartitioning the face into different units and injecting filler in specific locations is a method to attaining a rejuvenated face that looks relaxed and natural.
Dermatology’s 2017 Game ChangersSeveral dermatologists go over what they're most excited about to see in 2017 in a number of different topics ranging from AD treatment to off-label technology use, to more male patients.
Tackling tough areas with fillersFilling more challenging areas such as the temples, frontalis, tear trough, jawline and chin can help dermatologists and other core aesthetic specialists stand out among providers of injectable treatments, an expert says.
How to prevent filler-related complicationsTo prevent filler-related complications, Dr. Cohen and his staff focus on understanding the anatomy of the skin and what lies beneath the areas that they’re injecting. Learn to practice safe principles for prepping the skin.
Facial lipodystrophy treatment ‘life-changing’ for HIV patientsPoly-L-lactic acid (PLLA)- based injectable gives HIV/AIDS patients suffering from disfiguring facial lipodystrophy hope. Dr. Cheryl M. Burgess talks technique.
Best practices when injecting the perioral areaAvoid unnatural projection of the lips when performing perioral rejuvenation, and do not look at the lips in isolation, but consider the nose, teeth and cheeks as well.
I used an FDA approved product off-label, now I have been suedA doctor uses hyaluronic acid fillers on his aging patient's hands. His patient suffers complications and sues for medical malpractice, alleging that the doctor used the product for a non-FDA approved purpose.