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Botched Dermal Fillers
Dermal Fillers are a popular cosmetic procedure used to fill in lines and wrinkles. The majority of dermal fillers are made up of hyaluronic acid; a substance that keeps skin hydrated and is produced naturally by the body.
Dermal filler treatments can cost up to £750 and very little recovery time is needed after a dermal filler treatment. You should however expect some redness and bruising around the injection area after you undergo the procedure. The majority of dermal filler treatments are temporary and as such will need to be topped up every six to twelve months if you are to maintain the results.
Although thousands of dermal filler treatments are carried out every day without issue and the majority of people will likely opt for more than one, given their temporary results, sadly things can and do go wrong with dermal fillers. If you or your loved one believes that your dermal filler treatment fell below the standard you would expect, leaving you suffering as a result, you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation. To discuss your individual case today, please call our experienced and knowledgeable cosmetic surgery solicitors on 0800 122 3130 or contact us today.
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