Filler Dissolving


Change of Heart? Erase and Restart!

If you're reconsidering your dermal fillers or experiencing complications, ABA Aesthetics in Rockwall, TX, offers professional Filler Dissolving services. Using a specialized enzyme called hyaluronidase, we can safely and effectively dissolve hyaluronic acid-based fillers. This treatment allows for the correction or complete removal of filler from any treated area, providing a reset for your aesthetic treatments. Our approach ensures the process is carefully managed to preserve your natural beauty and achieve the desired outcome.

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ANY Questions?

What is filler dissolving?

Filler dissolving is a treatment that uses the enzyme hyaluronidase to break down and remove unwanted hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers from the skin.

How quickly does filler dissolving work?

The effects of hyaluronidase can be seen almost immediately, with the majority of the filler typically dissolved within 24 to 48 hours.

Is filler dissolving safe?

Yes, when performed by a qualified professional, filler dissolving is a safe procedure. Hyaluronidase is FDA-approved and has been used safely in medical practices for years.

Can all types of fillers be dissolved?

Currently, only hyaluronic acid-based fillers can be dissolved. Fillers made from other materials, like calcium hydroxylapatite or poly-L-lactic acid, cannot be removed with hyaluronidase.

What should I expect during a filler dissolving session?

The session involves a few small injections of hyaluronidase into the areas where the fillers need to be dissolved. The process is quick, usually taking less than 30 minutes.

Who is a good candidate for filler dissolving?

Good candidates include anyone who is unhappy with the results of their hyaluronic acid fillers or those experiencing complications such as asymmetry, lumps, or overfilling.

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