Note: The Ministry of Health prohibits the use of silicone oil as a filler material. Before having a fill required to know the composition and brand of product to be used. The use of these materials by qualified doctors usually greatly reduces the presence of undesired effects or real complications. Because there is great variability in how different patients react to the same substance, it is difficult to establish which is the final outcome. The most common adverse reaction is the allergic fillings. Typically, if the material required will be carried out prior to infiltration, an allergy test.
If there is no reaction to it will also test later. It is currently only required test with the collagen, the remaining materials do not. Infection is a very rare potential side effect if taken measures appropriate disinfection and sterilization. Some materials can "roll up" and leave "lumps" under the skin if not properly have been required massage after infiltration. The results offered by these treatments are not permanent and will fade gradually over time. Some will last three months, six and some a year or more. If you would like to know more then you should visit Donald Sussman.
Collagen Animal protein that appears in tissues such as skin, joints, ligaments, etc. Collagen injection is used for bovine and requires an allergy test a month before use. Normally used for correction of fine wrinkles. Duration varies, it rarely lasts more than six months. Artecoll : Collagen is a mixture of methacrylate with microscopic spheres. The filling effect occurs at the beginning of collagen turnover filled by the patient's own encompassing areas.