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2 Doctor Answers | Asked by jamil
Typically, this is not an issue, but you should first have an evaluation with your Board Certified Dermatologist and Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. I like patients to wait until the filler is due to be replaced so I can do a more accurate evaluation of how much volume loss there vs. laxity and wrinkles.
BioAlcamid is a permanent filler injected in the deep tissues and should not cause a problem with the erbium glass fractionated devices such as Fraxel Restore. I would avoid the CO2 device (Fraxel Repair) with BioAlcamid injections.