Remove Radiesse from nose surgically in Southern California?
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This is a very good question. I have removed radiesse as well as other long term fillers form all areas of the face, including fat transfer as well. Every patient is unique and must be taken individually. It is a unique process for each patient depending on the area that is filled and which filler was used. I would caution you in having too much kennalog injected because this could cause a long term problem. Good luck.
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I'd suggest that you first confirm that it was Radiesse that was injected (that may be hard for you to do) and then consider a non-invasive diagnostic test (such as an MRI) to try to see exactly what is going on. Surgical treatment in that space - the nose - risks leaving you with additional deformities. If it's indicated it may have to be done, but I would try to make that a last resort.
You should of course be assessed in person for a full and complete evaluation, including treatment options.
I hope that this helps and good luck,
Dr. Alan Engler
Member of #RealSelf100
Radiesse removal from the nose?
Removal of Radiesse
Radiesse in the nose
- Sometimes Radiesse can be dissolved with sterile water, not saline or steroids
- It's also interesting that it gets red and irritated
- We should also make sure there isn't a low level infection
- If the water fails after a couple of attempts, surgery is also a possibility
- Seek out a rhinoplasty specialist who can address your concerns
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