Is There Anything to Remove or Disolve Metacril Fillers
- Asked by lisa in san diego in san diego, ca
- 2 years ago
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Metacrill is a permanent injectable filler containing very small beads of polymethylmetacrylate. It has been used since 1996 mostly in Europe. To my knowledge it has never been approved by the FDA in the US. There is no way to dissolve the beads. They can be removed surgically but that is laborious, may require more than one operative session and complete removal may not be achievable.
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