Side Effects of Perlane Injections

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Manufacturers of Perlane claim that because the product is very similar in nature to the body’s own acids that adverse reactions are very rare. Also, unlike collagen, this treatment is not animal based and is therefore less likely to cause allergic reactions. Some potential side effects include: redness; itching; swelling; pain or tenderness; and bruising in the treated area. None of these side effects should last longer than a week and you should contact your doctor if they persist. As with all injections or intrusions the procedure carries the small risk of infection. Although the potential for this happening is very minor, your consultant should still thoroughly discuss all potential outcomes with you as well as your previous medical history and any known allergies before undertaking any procedure.

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