Can endymed fry fillers ?

I had fillers done 4 weeks ago and had an endymed treatment with some resurfacing. Have I fried my fillers and if I continue to have more treatments will my fillers disappear?

Doctor Answers 4

Endymed does not Fry Fillers

Endymed Technology does not fry fillers.  The timing is extremely important if you would like to combine these treatments - fillers for immediate results and Endymed for long term re-building of collagen.  The best timing is to have Endymed before the treatment at least 24 hours or 3 weeks after your filler injections. This allows the fillers time to settle properly.

Vancouver Physician
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Resilience and Longevity of Dermal Fillers

The resilience and longevity of a dermal filler depends on the filler used. A hyaluronic acid based filler is likely to breakdown faster than a poly-L-lactic acid, polymethylmethacrylate, or calcium based filler. With my patients I typically recommend them to wait  4-6 weeks after filler is injected to receive any laser or resurfacing treatments. Resurfacing treatments are intended to regenerate collagen and the breakdown of a filler can not accurately be measured.

Neil Sadick, MD
New York Dermatologic Surgeon
4.0 out of 5 stars 4 reviews

EndyMed Treatments Will Not Effect Fillers

You are fine, and the filler is fine too. There are no concerns here; clinical studies that were done several years ago looked at whether radiofrequency applied to the skin after fillers effected the fillers — the answer is no. And EndyMed 3Deep is a really good skin-tightening device so you enjoy the fillers and enjoy the tightening from your Endymed 3Deep treatments.

Michael Gold, MD
Nashville Dermatologic Surgeon
4.0 out of 5 stars 18 reviews

Can endymed fry fillers

Might have been a goos question to ask before having this treatment. I think you should be OK but only in person examination allows a definitive answer,... 

Darryl J. Blinski, MD
Miami Plastic Surgeon
4.6 out of 5 stars 173 reviews

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