Can you get an infection 10 years after biogel injections?

can you get infections after 10 years of getting biogel injections in your buttocks?

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Infection After Biogel Injections/Implantation

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Yes you can get infection years after permanent fillers. I suggest you see an expert for evaluation.  Best, Dr. Emer.

Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 207 reviews

Infections Due to Biogel

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Regards, Dr Carlos Alberto Ríos regrets that you have been victim of the terrible practice of biopolymers.

Infections can occur because of the inflammatory process that affects the patient's inflammatory response; so yes, infections can occur, sometimes silent infections remain, silent in the product that is encapsulated and for some reason can lead to infections.

Please remember to be aware, do not let any permanenrt filler to be injected into your face, breast, buttocks, calfs, genitalia, etc. The safest way to increase buttocks is through your own fat injections or through silicone implants.

I hope the information was usefull, have a nice day! Dr Carlos Ríos.

Removal of silicone from the buttocks

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Inflammation after silicone injections are common. Longterm and chronic foreign body reaction can cause pain, deformity, and soft tissue fibrosis. Our office specializes in the removal of silicone using several techniques. Best, Dr. KaramanoukianLos Angeles

Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, FACS
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 95 reviews

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Bio-Gel !!!

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Unfortunally Yes. There have been cases of inflammatory process accompanied with  infections of the area years after the injection of silicone.

Derby Sang Caputo, MD
Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
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