Nasal fillers are a non-surgical solution to improve the appearance of the nose, either by making it smaller or narrower, or by correcting the bone of the nasal septum. Hyaluronic acid is often used in these injections, and like any procedure for nose fillers, there are various risks and complications, and this is what we will discuss in this article.
Are there any side effects and complications to a nasal filler procedure?
Yes, some complications can arise, which are likely to occur, even if they are minor, including:
blockage in the blood vessels
This occurs as a result of the filler being incorrectly injected into a blood vessel, causing damage and reduced blood flow to the skin around the nose, leading to tissue death in the nose area and the formation of scars on the skin.
Loss of sight
Vision loss occurs when the filler is injected into the blood vessel that feeds one eye with blood, and while such complications are rare, consideration should be given to choosing an experienced physician to perform the nasal filler. to avoid the serious complications of this procedure.
Infection occurs as a result of contamination of the syringe with bacteria, and a doctor should be consulted immediately when symptoms of infection are noted, such as:
- Heat or swelling of the skin at the injection site.
foreign body granulomas
It is a small accumulation of white blood cells and other tissues that occurs as an inflammatory reaction to fillers, especially with silicone injections, but can also occur after other types of fillers are injected.
Complications and other damage.
There are many complications and other harm that can result from nasal fillers, including:
- Lumpy feeling
They feel like a knot and can be surgically removed.
- fill leak
The filler may leak from the injection site.
What are the temporary side effects of nasal fillers?
The incidence of side effects after nasal fillers is considered low, especially when compared to rhinoplasty surgery, but a number of minor side effects can occur, including:
- temporary redness
and bruising at the injection site, and doctors often prescribe antihistamines to reduce redness.
- swelling in the nose
It usually goes away after a few days to a week.
- Pain and discomfort due to the injection.
- Tenderness at the injection site
It usually disappears two days after the injection.
- The padding moved out of place.
This means that the substance injected into the nose has moved from where it should be to other places in the nose or under the eyes, causing the nose to appear irregular or wavy.
Rhinoplasty is a non-surgical procedure for temporary rhinoplasty and, like any cosmetic procedure, has side effects and risks. To reduce these risks, it is recommended that you see an experienced physician for this procedure. It is important to find a physician who is experienced in the anatomy of the face and the blood vessels around the nose and eyes. Incorrect injections are likely to cause serious harm, such as loss of vision.