Hyaluronidase Desinfiltral (HD) is a solution for injection, which is used in aesthetic medicine to destroy hyaluronic acid polymers.
Stabilized hyaluronic acid (HA) is the main ingredient of dermal fillers. They are used to eliminate signs of skin aging.
HA is an absolutely safe polymer, which is present in human tissues. Improper filler administration, however, can provoke side effects, such as hypercorrection or granuloma.
The effect of Hyaluronidase Desinfiltral is the destruction of stabilized HA chains. Due to this, the gel becomes less dense, breaks down into enzymes and dissolves under the skin quickly.
In simple terms, Hyaluronidase Desinfiltral is a hyaluronic acid antidote. If there an HA njection causes any skin defect, it can be quickly neutralized.
Hyaluronidase Desinfiltral can be used for any anatomical defects, caused by the introduction of hyaluronic acid, such as:
HD shows a high efficacy in the treatment of fibro-sclerotic cellulite. This diagnosis causes the following symptoms:
Hyaluronidase Desinfiltral injections improve cell membrane permeability. Due to this, the adipose tissue becomes softer and natural lipolysis improves.
After the injection of the solution in the tissues:
We strongly recommend all patients to entrust Hyaluronidase procedure to an experienced specialist. Any beautician can perform this procedure. Only experienced specialists, though, can choose the optimal dose of Hyaluronidase.
The amount of solution does not matter when the defect is repaired. The concentration of Hyaluronidase powder in the composition of this solution is important. You can control the dose by increasing or decreasing the solvent.
In excessive amounts, Hyaluronidase can cause dermal cell death. This process can begin when using more than 500Ui Hyaluronidase in 1 session. Therefore, you need to check how much solution your beautician uses. Ask him/her what dose of Hyaluronidase will be injected under your skin.
The procedure takes less than 15 minutes. However, you will have to stay at the dermatologist's for at least 1 hour.
Hyaluronidase Desinfiltral is not used in patients with cancer and/or individual intolerance to Hyaluronidase.
If a patient has symptoms of ARVI or URI on the day of the procedure, it should be transferred to another day.
If there is a local inflammatory process in the injection area, the procedure is canceled. It is advisable to apply antibacterial cream or solution to the skin a couple of days before the treatment session. This helps prevent the spread of infection in the injection area.
Hyaluronidase is not detected in the systemic circulation. Despite this, doctors do not recommend using this drug during pregnancy or during lactation. It is not fully known, in which tissues and cells the solution penetrates.
After the introduction of Hyaluronidase Desinfiltral, 96% of people have no complications. Severe adverse symptoms can only occur with an overdose.
Mild side effects occur in isolated cases, most often in beginners, and these are:
These symptoms do not affect the patient's physiological condition and do not cause severe discomfort.
An overdose complication is hypovolemia. In the injection area, the amount of circulating blood reduces, which may cause tissue necrosis. However, this symptom occurs most often because patients try to inject the solution themselves. They choose the wrong dose and inject the drug too quickly