I have bilateral malar implants. A physician injected evolence into the base of the right implant as there is scarring at this site. The product "bumped" and the physician attempted to help mold the product using pressure the malar implant burst its capsule and was moved into my eye socket.
The drug rep convinced the physician this product was wonderful and modern and the best. Not once did I hear mention of the drawbacks of bumping once the product is under the skin.
I was to receive my dermalive and restylane but the doc changed his mind at the last minute. He had me flat on my back after sewing up my earlobe. I was in a vulnerable position and relied on his expertise. Quack.We all have bad days but why risk a new product on a patient that is already "high risk" and more vulnerable?