Permanent Dermal Fillers Compensation
Claim for Financial Awards When Dermal Injections Go Wrong
Dermal fillers can be permanent, semi-permanent or temporary. Temporary or semi-permanent dermal fillers are often collagen or hyaluronic acid based while permanent fillers are made from material that can remain in the body for many years.
Dermal fillers have become so popular for British men and women that they now for nine out of ten cosmetic enhancements done in the UK every year. Unfortunately this attempt to regain a more youthful complexion is almost completely unregulated or at least regulated no more than a ‘bottle of floor cleaner’ according to a recent government report on the issue of dermal fillers.
When a dermal filler procedure doesn’t meet expectations due to the incompetence of a cosmetic surgeon or clinic then you should think about making a claim for compensation due to dermal filler negligence.
To talk to the experts in making dermal filler compensation claims, call Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 for knowledgeable and professional dermal fillers negligence advice.
The Problems Caused by Dermal Fillers Negligence
While dermal fillers, whether permanent or temporary, are the most popular cosmetic enhancement done in the UK, they also cause the most problems for cosmetic surgery patients and lead to a large number of dermal filler claims for compensation.
Even one of the leading industry bodies, the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPs), admits that more than 80 percent of permanent dermal filler procedures have required corrective surgery or were deemed untreatable due to bad dermal fillers. This is perhaps not surprising when the latest government industry report described dermal fillers simply as a ‘crisis waiting to happen’.
If you believe your dermal fillers have gone wrong, then you may need to talk to a dermal fillers solicitor. To start your dermal filler compensation claim call Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul or one of the Dermal Fillers Claims team.
Permanent Dermal Fillers Going Wrong
Dermal fillers substances are injected beneath the skin during this cosmetic procedure. The filler is either permanent or temporary. Permanent dermal fillers have a significantly increased risk of side-effects, since they are made up of ingredients which cannot be broken down by the body’s natural immune system.
When permanent dermal fillers go wrong and compensation claims need to be made the damaging results of dermal filler negligence is often irreversible. Permanent dermal filler mistakes, leading to a failed procedure or a patient’s negative physical reactions to the filler can sometimes only be corrected by further restorative surgery. The celebrity ‘trout pout’ is generally the result of permanent dermal fillers gone wrong.
Permanent dermal fillers like Artefill consist of a synthetic ingredient known as polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) mixed with animal-derived or human collagen. Unlike so-called temporary dermal fillers that dissipate over a year or two, this synthetic filler sticks around almost indefinitely meaning any problems last as well unless the filler is removed which is not an easy process.
As the first legal practice in England and Wales dedicated to victims of negligent cosmetic surgery, ready to help you make a dermal filler claim for compensation. If you believe your permanent dermal fillers have gone wrong, please call Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul or one of the Dermal Fillers Cosmetic Claims team.
Claim for Dermal Fillers Compensation with Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors
When you think that your cosmetic procedure using a permanent dermal filler has gone wrong, you should consider making a dermal filler claim for compensation as soon as possible.
To start your claim for compensation for dermal filler negligence:
- Speak to our Dermal Fillers Claims Team on 0800 634 0285
- For the most convenient time to talk, request a call back from our dermal fillers solicitors
- Talk us through your potential claim for dermal fillers compensation and let Michael Saul, Partner and Head of Cosmetic Negligence Claims and his team help you understood your potential case for compensation
- Start your dermal fillers compensation claim
How to know if you Need to Make a Permanent Dermal Fillers Claim
Dermal filler treatment using permanent filler substances can fail when unqualified or incompetent cosmetic practitioners perform their duties incorrectly. If a bad or unproven dermal filler is used or a permanent dermal filler is not injected to the appropriate depth or simply injected using an incorrect procedure, then the patient may suffer the consequences. If that is the case a claim for dermal filler compensation may need to be made.
The complications that can require a dermal filler compensation claim to be started include the following symptoms of cosmetic surgery negligence:
- Necrosis (the skin dying)
- Gross infection of the skin
- Migration of the permanent dermal filler product
- Pronounced facial swelling
- Facial collapse
If you’ve experienced any of the problems mentioned or any other complication following a dermal filler procedure then you should make a claim for compensation as soon as possible. Call Michael Saul at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors on 0800 634 0285 now to discuss the next steps in making a dermal fillers compensation claim.
Talk to Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors When your Dermal Fillers Go Wrong
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors have helped hundreds of victims of negligent cosmetic surgery procedures like dermal fillers in the successful conclusion of their claim for compensation.
We can help answer any questions you may have about the dermal fillers claims process and provide the help and support you need to secure the right compensation for the permanent dermal filler negligence claim you’ve made.
Call Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul or one of the Cosmetic Claims team to start your dermal fillers compensation claim today.