Many patients are worried that dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injectables don’t seem to be covered by any kind of cohesive regulations.
Recent UK Review
Certainly a recent UK review of cosmetic procedures has called for prescription-only treatments, and said that cosmetic surgery had been “trivialised”.
The review has recommended a series of measures to better protect patients.
In Ireland there are some rules surrounding the regulations of fillers and anti-wrinkle injectables, but the reality is that if people are determined to find cheap providers, they will be able to do so.
Distressing for Patient
There is nothing more awful than an ill-administered cosmetic procedure, and the results can be distressing in the extreme for the patient.
It’s true that many of the non-surgical treatments are quick and apparently easy, requiring only a few minutes at lunch for administration-but that should only be in the hands of a qualified professional and in many cases only a Medical Doctor.
There are 190 different fillers available in Europe compared with just 14 in the US and many appear relatively unregulated. The consequences of received a poor treatment can range from mild, like ptosis or drooping of the eye from a bad botox injection, to much more serious reactions if semi-permanent fillers are incorrectly utilised.
Go to the Best Provider for your Dermal Fillers
It’s a good idea to receive your cosmetic treatments from a medical doctor who has a scientific understanding of the underlying musculature of the face, as well as the ingredients and nature of the dermal fillers themselves.
If you would like to make an appointment at Cosmetic Doctor call 01 685 3100 or see http://cosmeticdoctor.ie/anti-wrinkle-injections/dermal-fillers