When it comes to facial fillers, there is a common misconception that they rarely cause any side effects. However, the truth is that the frequency of side effects caused by temporary fillers is comparable to those induced by permanent and long-lasting fillers, though their duration is shorter and therefore less severe. Skin tightening, excessive use of fillers, and lip wrinkles are some of the long-term effects that can occur with repeated and prolonged use of facial fillers. Additionally, studies have shown that deep tissue facial fillers can cause permanent damage or damage to the lymphatic system of the face.
It's important to note that these side effects can have undesirable consequences when swallowing, with vocal cord function and eye movements, including double vision. Furthermore, altered attachment of facial fat pads and some degree of skin irregularity and aging can also occur with long-term use of facial fillers.If you're considering using facial fillers, it's important to consult with a qualified medical professional who can provide you with more information about the potential risks and side effects. They can also help you determine if facial fillers are right for you.