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Fillers/Injections For Collagen & Fat

Filler injections refer to a cosmetic treatment used for smoothening the wrinkles or scars in the skin, especially on the face. Fillers are also used to enhance the volume of the lips.

Some of the commonly used injectable fillers, include:

  • Human collagen prepared in a laboratory
  • Hyaluronic acid
  • Bovine collagen
  • Human collagen extracted from human tissue
  • Autologous fat or fat cells harvested from the body of the patient
  • Man-made biodegradable polymer
  • Calcium hydroxylapatite

A cosmetic surgeon uses a needle to inject the filler underneath the skin. A treatment session typically takes around 15 minutes. Repeat sessions are required for certain fillers.

After the injection, you might experience slight discomfort, pain, redness, inflammation, and sometimes itching which will subside within a few days.


Some of the possible side-effects include:

  • Infection
  • Bleeding or bruising
  • Allergic reaction which includes rash, hives, swelling, or flu-like symptoms.
  • Lumpy skin surface