Dermal fillers are generally safe, but they are best carried out by an experience medical professional. You should check that the professional doing thetreatment is on a medical register, experienced and insured. Prescribing medical professionals will have access to reversal prescription only medication, hyaluronidase should they need it.
The most common side effects are short lived and include redness at the site of the injections from the needle or cannula entry. Bruising is also possible and resolves after a few days.
Serious problems are thankfully very rare, but can include infection, poor result, blockage of a blood vessel causing tissue death and extremely blindness. Dr Janice has undertaken many complication courses and is supported by medical colleagues should assistance be required.