While complications are rare, they can and do happen. We have to expect complications such as redness, pain, bruising or swelling that lasts a little longer than anticipated. Sometimes we find little nodules of fillers causing asymmetry in the face, which require further treatment.
It is important to understand there has been more serious issues described like allergy, infection, skin necrosis due to vascular occlusion and in extreme cases blindness. Thankfully, these more serious complications are extremely rare. We will spend a lot of time explaining all risks and side effects associated with the treatment you might consider having and we will be able to advise you regarding how to minimise the risk of complications. You must always make sure you choose you aesthetic practitioner wisely as only medically qualified doctor, dentist or nurse have sufficient understanding of facial anatomy and a comprehensive knowledge of complication
Is there any downtime after filler treatment?