If you have already been through an unsuccessful treatment and received too much facial filler, you can see a specialist that may be able to reduce the swelling
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 03, 2013
Dr. Babak Azizzadeh, a facial plastic surgeon and Chairman and Director of the Center for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery, has just posted a new blog to his website titled “What Do I Do if I’ve Had Too Much Fillers?” The new and in-depth article sheds light on the problem of getting too much facial filler, which can throw off the symmetry of a person’s face. Examples of too much fillers can often be seen in photos of certain celebrities; telltale signs typically include lips that are too large, overly-full cheeks, and a lack of angles or contours in the face.
As a plastic surgeon who has had a lot of experience with popular fillers like Juvederm in the Los Angeles area, Dr. Azizzadeh has consulted with numerous patients who wish to have plastic surgery. He understands that many people would like to look their best, and that facial fillers are often an effective and non-invasive cosmetic solution. For example, many choose to have the procedure done to help reshape the face into a more heart-shaped appearance. In order to help people have the best possible experience with facial fillers and not end up with too much or the wrong type, Dr. Azizzadeh offers sound and helpful advice.
The first thing that people should do when considering facial fillers, Dr. Azizzadeh wrote, is to be sure that they are working with an experienced and board-certified facial plastic surgeon. In order to do this, Dr. Azizzadeh suggests Googling the physician’s name or looking closely at the “about me” or home page of the doctor’s website, where accreditation information is typically included.
“While on a doctors website, be sure to check out their before and after gallery to see their work with facial fillers and any other treatments you may be interested in,” Dr. Azizzadeh wrote.
Once a board-certified doctor has been selected, Dr. Azizzadeh, a Restylane expert in Los Angeles, suggests that both the physician and the patient understand what the facial filler treatment should look like once it is completed.
For people who have already had facial fillers and feel they have had too much, Dr. Azizzadeh offers reassuring advice.
“If you have already been through an unsuccessful treatment and received too much facial filler, you can see a specialist that may be able to reduce the swelling,” he wrote, adding that if a hyaluronic acid based filler was used in the treatment, like Juvederm or Restylane, the substance can be easily dissolved to reduce negative results. The way this is typically done is through injections of a substance called hyaluronidase, which can often get rid of the excessive fillers within a short time.
Anybody who would like to learn more about Dr. Azizzadeh is welcome to visit the center’s website at any time; there, they can read about the various plastic surgery procedures that are available. In a second website, http://www.rhinoplastynet.com, Dr. Azizzadeh helps to answer common questions that people often have about the surgery, including “Should I get a rhinoplasty?” and “Is a rhinoplasty right for me?”
About Dr. Babak Azizzadeh and the CENTER for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery:
Dr. Babak Azizzadeh, Chairman and Director of the Center for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery, is one of the leading international experts in facial plastic surgery. His expertise in cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery has made him one of the most sought-after physicians. Dr. Azizzadeh’s client list not only includes celebrities, executives, physicians and dignitaries from around the world, but also amazing people from all walks of life. He has been featured in The Oprah Winfrey Show, People Magazine, New York Times, Discovery Health, Los Angeles Times, Beverly Hills Courier and numerous other media outlets for his expertise in facial plastic surgery. Dr. Azizzadeh is one of a select group of surgeons who are double board-certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery as well as the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. His plastic surgery colleagues chose him as one of the Top Doctors in 2009 and 2010. For more information, please visit http://www.facialplastics.info/.