Hyalase – removal of filler

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Hyalase

If you have an excess of filler or wish to accentuate your natural facial characteristics, dr. Alex can remove it using Hyalase (Hyaluronidase), a hyaluronic acid-based enzyme (HA). The enzymes that catalyze the degradation of hyaluronic acid are known as hyalase. Read More            Book a Time            Price 2500 kr

Hyalase - removal of fillers

Injection specialists utilize it to repair and remove fillers in both acute and chronic conditions, such as when fillers are unintentionally injected into an artery and create difficulties, or when a patient is unhappy with the outcome of a HA-based filler.
Only hyalase dissolves a hyaluronic acid-based filler, and it is the only agent that can swiftly remove a complication.

If you have not received Hyalase before, dr. Alex first with a small "dot test" on the arm to make sure that you do not react negatively to the product. This is a safety aspect to rule out any allergies where we inject a small amount of subcutaneous fat on the forearm.
Keep in mind that filler that has been lying around for a long time or a harder filler is sometimes more difficult to break down than a relatively freshly treated and softer filler