FILORGA’s injection treatments* are administered in a medical surgery by a doctor with specialist training in filling techniques. Consultations generally begin with a personal diagnosis to enable the doctor and patient to discuss and define the treatment required.
Each consultation lasts between 15 and 30 minutes. In order to avoid over-correction and achieve a natural result, the doctor may suggest that booster injections be administered at a second consultation.
The doctor may also suggest a local anaesthetic, to ensure optimum patient comfort.
*MHA-18 is a medical product designed for use in procedures that aim to offset age-induced loss of hyaluronic acid, improve skin tone and elasticity, and fill small lines. Ask your doctor for further information.
*X-HA3 is a medical product designed for use in procedures that aim to fill lines and skin depressions. Ask your doctor for further information.
*XHA Volume is a medical product designed for use in procedures that aim to enhance or restore facial volume, sculpt facial outlines and correct deep-seated lines and folds. Ask your doctor for further information.
These medical treatments are regulated healthcare products with CE marking. Ask your doctor for further information on the usage guidelines.
Filling treatments may require booster injections to be administered after the initial treatment in order to achieve the required effect.
Recommended precautions: Do not apply makeup for 12 hours after the injection treatment; avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight and UV radiation; do not visit saunas or Turkish baths for one week after the injection treatment.
Side effects may be experienced immediately or at some time after the treatment (the following list is not exhaustive):
Inflammatory reaction (redness, swelling, rash, etc.), possibly associated with itchiness and pain in the injected area when pressed. These reactions may last for up to a week – Induration or nodules where the product was injected – Discoloration where the product was injected. Hyaluronic acid injections have also been reported to cause necrosis in the glabella region, abscesses, granulomas and hypersensitivity. It is important to take all possible complications into account when considering treatment. Contact your doctor immediately in the event of any side effects.