Filler Dissolving (Hyalase)
Dermal Fillers can be dissolved with the use of an enzyme medication called Hyaluronidase or Hyalase, which is often termed "filler dissolver". It works by breaking down the dermal filler almost instantly or over the course of 2-3 days to soften down areas of unwanted dermal filler or filler complications. It is most commonly used cosmetically to correct Lip lumps or overfilled lips which look asymmetrical or unattractive. It is also used for correcting overfilled or lumpy tear trough fillers as well as overfilled or asymmetrical/ bumpy/ irregular cheek fillers.
It works by breaking down the cross linked hyaluronic acid molecules and dissolving the filler down and leading to absorption and excretion of the HA molecules. At Tiara Aesthetics we provide this service for clients wanting to address concerning lumps/ bumps and irregularities caused by dermal fillers. A Video demonstration of the effects of filler dissolver on dermal fillers can be seen below:
Typical areas of concern that Filler Dissolver (Hyalase) can address:
Lumpy/ bumpy/ irregular filler.
Lip filler lumps
Tear trough bumps and irregularities
Assymetrical Cheek Fillers or migrated cheek fillers
Return to pre-filler look in the lips, cheeks or tear troughs
Lip Lumps Dissolving - £200
Cheek Filler/ Tear Trough Dissolving - £250
Dissolving Multiple Areas - £300
This includes a consultation with our team. Discussion of what you are concerned about and looking for. Then medical history and consent form completion.
The procedure lasts 15-20 minutes. There is a little discomfort from the procedure as the dissolver can cause some mild irritation and redness to the area being treated
The majority of people require no downtime following these procedures and can return to work and normal activities the same day. Some basic post procedure instructions apply. Swelling is very common and lasts 5-7 days post procedure.
Results are often seen immediately after treatment, however can take upto 48-72 hours following the treatment for their full effects to be seen.