In Naples the

In Naples the first surgery the public for damage caused by fillers

The request of the filler, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, and also increased from 2000 to 200%

With this also complications, to be entrusted to doctors, not specialized. From those a bit more mild, such as bloating, late, burning, pain and itching, to those that are less so, and to relate the patients who were injected permanent fillers, namely, non-resorbable, used a dozen years ago, that can lead to nodules, granulomas, and necrosis. In Naples for a few months, and it was the first surgery, an arrangement with the National Health Service for diagnosis and treatment of complications from fillers to the face.

The initiative, promoted by the University Hospital – Universit√† degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli” in Naples, and is part of the Uoc of Maxillo-Facial Surgery, directed by professor Gianpaolo Tartaro, the auditor of the accounts of the university of the Sicmf (Italian Society of Maxillo-Facial Surgery). The clinic is run by professor Raffaele Rauso, past President of the Fime (the society of aesthetic medicine accredited to the Ministry of Health). The clinic opened its doors in October 2018 and receives patients from all over the South of Italy.

“Our goal is to become a reference point in the Country – highlights Rauso.

“The complications are less serious manifest with swelling, late, burning, pain and itching, while the worst relate to the patients that were injected permanent fillers, not absorbable, which can lead to nodules, granulomas, and necrosis – adds Rauso – in these cases, the only solution passes to the operating room. The liquid silicone, now prohibited by law, as well as other substances such as methacrylate, polyacrylamide gels, or substances of various nature that are not medical (such as oils for the body), cause problems even after so many years: remove them surgically, you can, but very few doctors perform this type of intervention for the complexity.

” For reservations, you can call the number of the CUP 800.177780. . .

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