Hyalase treatment involves the use of hyaluronidase, an enzyme naturally present in the body that participates in various reactions.
This enzyme is capable of breaking down cross-linked hyaluronic acid, providing assistance in the correction of complications associated with hyaluronic acid fillers.
Hyaluronidase Enzyme: Naturally occurring enzyme in the body.
Function: Breaks down cross-linked hyaluronic acid.
Purpose: Aid in the correction of complications related to hyaluronic acid fillers.
Indications and Considerations:
Complications of Hyaluronic Acid Fillers: Hyalase treatment is recommended in cases where a patient is dissatisfied with the results of hyaluronic acid filler injections or experiences complications.
Allergic Reaction Consideration: It’s important to consider contraindications, such as a patient being allergic to bee stings. (Bee venom also contains hyaluronidase, and hypersensitivity or allergy to hyaluronidase should be known.)
Allergy to Bee Stings: Patients with a known allergy to bee stings or hypersensitivity to hyaluronidase may be contraindicated for this treatment.
If a patient is dissatisfied with the results of hyaluronic acid fillers or notices complications, it is recommended to consult the physician who performed the filler injection initially.
The hyalase treatment involves the use of hyaluronidase to correct or modify the results of hyaluronic acid fillers.
Prior to undergoing the treatment, it is crucial to discuss any known allergies, especially those related to bee stings or hyaluronidase sensitivity.
The purpose of hyalase treatment is to address and correct issues associated with hyaluronic acid filler injections.
Patients should seek the advice of the physician who performed the initial filler procedure if they are dissatisfied or notice complications.
Contraindications, such as bee sting allergies or hypersensitivity to hyaluronidase, should be considered before undergoing hyalase treatment.
As with any medical procedure, it is essential for patients to communicate openly with their healthcare providers to ensure the treatment is safe and suitable for their individual health conditions.