Hyaluronic Acid Fillers
Injected after topical anesthesia for 10 minutes, with a light pin prick sensation only. Certain treatment areas require injection anaesthesia.
It is rare to have allergic reaction to hyaluronic acid.
Minor swelling on injection site, resolve within 30 minutes
Occasional rupture of microcapillaries on the skin leading to bruising lasting less than 5 days. Can be covered with mineral cosmetics for the time being.
There will be 3-5 days of adjustment period before getting used to the injected area. It is common to worry about having foreign body on the face that is noticeable during this adjustment period, but rest assured it is not noticeable at all. Normally fillers lasts 8 months to 1 year. Rarely in a fast metabolizer it only last around 4 to 6 months.

Hyaluronic acids are non permanent. This is their disadvantage but also their advantage. Substances that are permanent invariably cause problems such as beading, irritation and infection. Furthermore, they can be molded easily and as it is part of a normal body's material, become absorbed as part of the skin without any chance of irritation
Unevenness after injection:
Problem with
Hyaluronic Acid Rhinoplasty:
Lips Plumping:
Nasolabial Folds /
Tear Trough Dark Eye Circle / Chin Enlargement:
As hyaluronate is part of the building block of skin, any unevenness will get absorbed within 2-3 weeks.
Any shape discrepancy can be corrected by molding and discussion with you during the procedure with a mirror, or touch up injection after 2 weeks. This is the advantage of fillers.
Most common complaint is fear of being too noticeable a change. The injection could be spaced out over 2 sessions in 2 weeks.
Rarely the artery to the lips can be affected, leading to lips atrophy.
Usually has minimal side effects.