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Filler Revison

Filler Revision and Correction

Dermal fillers are among the most popular nonsurgical cosmetic treatments available today. With no incisions, anesthesia or downtime, dermal fillers can temporarily sculpt the face, soften fine lines and wrinkles, enhance lip shape and size, accentuate the chin or jaw, fill hollows under the eyes or improve the appearance of shallow scars. Results appear immediately after treatment and can last for months before new injections are required to maintain their appearance. In the hands of an experienced injector, dermal fillers are a safe and effective treatment that can produce symmetrical, subtle, natural-looking results.

However, the skyrocketing demand for dermal fillers has sparked a surge in the number of providers offering them, not all of whom have adequate skills and qualifications to perform the procedure. Visiting an inexperienced, poorly trained or unethical injector increases your risk of developing complications or being unhappy with the look of your results. An inexperienced injector may also be less qualified to correct a ‘botched’ procedure, and an unscrupulous provider may ignore a distressed client entirely.

Even in capable hands, perfect outcomes are not attained every time. Cosmetic treatments like dermal fillers are not an exact science. Some patients change their minds about their treatment goals, while others find they simply do not like the look or feel of fillers. At Soul to Soul Aesthetics, LeAnn uses her advanced knowledge of medical procedures and her artistic eye to offer corrective services for patients seeking to revise or un-do fillers.

Serious complications from dermal fillers are rare, but as with any other cosmetic procedure, there are some risks involved. These risks vary, depending on the type of filler used, the skill of the injector, and the way each patient’s unique body responds to the filler material. When issues do present, some of the most common presentations include:

  • Excessive swelling

  • Asymmetrical or distorted results

  • Lumps or uneven texture

  • Overfilling that causes an unnatural, puffy appearance

  • Underfilling that produces no visible results

In more extreme cases, patients may seek filler correction after developing an infection, allergic reaction, granuloma or blockage of a blood vessel. Other patients experience no adverse side effects but decide fillers are not right for them.



Dermal fillers can be administered to many different areas of the face. The same areas are potential candidates for facial filler revision or reversal Common areas include:

  • Cheeks

  • Lips

  • Nose

  • Temples

  • Tear troughs under eyes

  • Nasolabial folds and smile lines

  • Chin and jawline



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