Dermal Filler Claims
Dermal fillers are used to reverse the appearance of wrinkles and to fill out facial lines such as a nose to mouth grooves and forehead lines. They are technically considered a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure.
Dermal Filler Negligence and how you can claim for treatments gone wrong read more below:
Claims for dermal fillers gone wrong
Dermal fillers are a very popular cosmetic procedure for both women and men attempting to rejuvenate their skin’s appearance as well as to enhance their complexion. While most cosmetic procedures including dermal fillers are carried out successfully in the UK there are unfortunately cases where the procedure for dermal fillers goes wrong.
When the cosmetic surgeon or clinic is responsible for a procedural error, then a cosmetic surgery law firm can make a claim for dermal filler negligence and secure compensation. If the patient is awarded compensation, their award can include damages for psychological and physical effects as well as restorative medical surgery where necessary.
Dermal fillers problems on the increase
Cosmetic surgeons are increasingly required to deal with the problems arising from dermal fillers, even when they are not responsible for the cosmetic procedure going wrong. The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPs), the largest industry body, estimates that more than 80 percent of permanent dermal filler procedures have required corrective surgery or were deemed untreatable due to bad dermal fillers. They also found that almost 70 per cent of cosmetic surgeons have seen patients with complications from temporary dermal fillers in the last year alone.
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors, the first legal practice in England and Wales dedicated to victims of negligent cosmetic surgery estimate that 10% of their cosmetic surgery claim enquiries are for cases where dermal fillers have gone wrong. The latest Government report on the industry has described dermal fillers simply as a ‘crisis waiting to happen’.
If you believe your dermal fillers have gone wrong following the cosmetic procedure, please call Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul or one of the Cosmetic Claims team.
Why have dermal fillers done?
Despite the current concern about dermal fillers in official circles, it is still a very popular procedure. So why have it done at all?
A dermal fillers procedure can ‘rejuvenate’ the skin and give the impression of a more youthful appearance.. By injecting a substance under the skin which plumps up the area which has received the injection, dermal fillers can help to smooth away troublesome complexions and leave the skin plump and firm and the patient can look younger and refreshed. There are in fact more than 100 types of dermal filler injection procedures regularly used in the UK to deal with complexion issues like crow’s feet, forehead lines, acne pits and frown furrows.
If your experience with dermal fillers hasn’t left you satisfied and contact the specialist dermal fillers claims team at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors on 0800 634 0285 today.
The dermal fillers procedure
The cosmetic procedure is minimally invasive and quick, usually less than an hour. With virtually no recovery time required, the patient should be able to resume normal life straight away after treatment.
The dermal fillers procedure itself involves injecting a substance under the skin. This substance is either a temporary or permanent filler. Temporary dermal fillers are often collagen or hyaluronic acid. Permanent dermal fillers are made from material that can remain in the body for many years.
Unfortunately dermal fillers have become a concern as there are no current requirements for a dermal filler practitioner to have any level of medical knowledge, training or previous experience to practise.
Call Michael Saul, Head of Cosmetic Negligence Claims at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors, today on 0800 634 0285 if you’ve had an unfortunate experience with dermal fillers or request a call back from one of the dedicated dermal fillers team.
How to make your claim with Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors
We are here to help you answer any questions should you feel that your Dermal Fillers have gone wrong. We’ll process and fully establish the impact caused by the negligence of Dermal Filler cosmetic surgery that you’ve undergone. Just follow these steps to get your claim started:
- Talk to our experienced dermal fillers enlargement surgery claims team on 0800 634 0285
- Request a call back at a convenient time that suits you and your schedule
- Give us the details of your surgery gone wrong and let Michael Saul, Partner and Head of Cosmetic Negligence Claims and his team identify your options
- Let our clinical negligence solicitors do the rest.
Why do dermal fillers go wrong?
While dermal fillers procedures are minimally invasive, there have been an increasing number of cases where this cosmetic procedure has gone wrong.
Negligent dermal filler treatment can result if unproven substances have been used by unqualified practitioners administering dermal fillers incorrectly. Bad dermal fillers or a clinician failing to inject the filler deep enough or correctly can cause adverse physical and psychological reactions with potentially long lasting and harmful effects.
When your dermal filler procedure has gone wrong, call our Cosmetic Surgery Negligence department and drawn on their expertise and experience in processing dermal fillers claims on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul and his team.
H3: When dermal fillers have gone wrong
Dermal fillers, whether temporary or permanent, are one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the UK. However complications requiring further treatment are more and more common as dermal fillers go wrong at an increasing rate.
Dermal fillers negligence is all too common because of substandard cosmetic treatment often provided by inexperienced practitioners administering fillers of unproven substances.
When dermal fillers go wrong, the problems that can result from the cosmetic negligence are extremely distressing. They can include:
- Necrosis (the skin dying)
- Gross infection
- Migration of the filler product
- Pronounced facial swelling
- Facial collapse
Have you experienced any of the problems described above following dermal fillers going wrong and suffering from negligent treatment? If so, speak to Michael Saul at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from our specialist legal team to discuss the next steps in making dermal fillers claim.
Call Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors Today
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors are a specialist UK law firm in the field of cosmetic surgery negligence with an unrivalled reputation for achieving the best possible outcome for dermal fillers claims.
We’ve helped hundreds of victims of negligent dermal fillers and are very supportive of our clients through what is often a very emotional experience.
We are here to help answer any questions you may have about the dermal fillers claims process and identify the impact caused by the negligence of the cosmetic procedure you’ve undergone.
We will provide the help and support you need to secure the right compensation for the negligence you’ve suffered.
Call Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul or one of the Cosmetic Claims team.
Dermal Filler and Botulinum Claims
Please find a list of quick links to a number of key topics relating to dermal filler negligence that Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors can support when making a cosmetic surgery claim for negligence. These guides should provide you with information that will help you ascertain if you’ve been victim of cosmetic surgery negligence.
- Botox Claims
- Dermal Filler Claims
- Botulinum Treatment (Botox) Compensation Claims
- Surgery Process Guide to Dermal Filler Procedure
Cosmetic Surgery Process Guides
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors has surgery process guides for other frequent types of cosmetic surgery negligence like the following:
- Surgery Process Guide to Arm Lift Surgery (Brachioplasty)
- Surgery Process Guide to Breast Areola Reduction
- Surgery Process Guide to Breast Augmentation (Enlargement) Surgery
- Surgery Process Guide to Breast Fat Transfer
- Surgery Process Guide to Breast Nipple Reduction
- Surgery Process Guide to Breast Implant Revision
- Surgery Process Guide to Teeth Whitening
- Surgery Process Guide to Facelift Surgery (Rhytidectomy)
- Surgery Process Guide to Nose Job (Rhinoplasty) Surgery
- Surgery Process Guide to Tummy Tuck Surgery (Abdominoplasty)