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TOPIC: Dermal Fillers

Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292721488

Be careful with Radiesse guys.

If your body accepts it fine, but if not it can be pushed to the surface and form hardened white calcium-like platelets that look like herpes and take upwards of five years to dissolve naturally.

Had to have them burned out with high power CO2 laser. Five sessions was enough, one every two weeks, starting over when the open wounds had healed. I won\'t get near the stuff again.

Others may have a much better experience. Some people\'s metabolism may accept Radiesse perfectly well, mine rejects it. If you are envisaging it you might try it first in a test area somewhere on your body where you don\'t mind white specks at skin surface (ie where it won\'t look like a venerial disease).

FWIW

HC

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292581645

Does anyone have pictures. Dr. Gitts office will only show them to you if your in the office

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292581383

@Hoddle10@If such enzymes existed then why is anyone concerned about scar tissue?@Maybe it\'s not enzymes, but there\'s a drug which is approved by US FDA for Peyronie\'s treatment called \"Xiaflex\" and it\'s maybe can be effective for scar tissue dissolving

What do you think?P.S. Also, what about cortisone shot? Is it effective for dissolving scar tissue? I\'ve read that cortisone can really soften ligaments at the place which injection was made.

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292581265

I don\'t think he\'s right about that. You should probably double check.

Radiesse is like having crushed up bone injected, that get encapsulated in collagen. I don\'t think any enzymes can be injected to make it dissolve or they\'d be used routinely in other applications. If such enzymes existed then why is anyone concerned about scar tissue? You could just injecte Dr Greenwalds enzyme concotion and it would dissolve!

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292579970

Greenwald just told me there is a concoction of enzymes to degrade it

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292578756

He\'s a urologist in London. He works with David Ralph, who when I asked him about Restylane, didn\'t even know you can cause arterial embolization. Ultimately it just isn\'t their field of expertise.

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292578698

Reklaw wrote: Nim Chrisopher uses small ammounts of a really thin HA (Restylane) then he get you to roll your penis like a rolling pin for a week after. Interesting, unfortunately he uses a needle.
I think using this technique you would be more likely to get an even result with no lumps but I think it would be more likely to move about.


Which doctor is this? Safety is my number one concern would rather start slow then go to much.

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292578577

Nim Chrisopher uses small ammounts of a really thin HA (Restylane) then he get you to roll your penis like a rolling pin for a week after. Interesting, unfortunately he uses a needle.
I think using this technique you would be more likely to get an even result with no lumps but I think it would be more likely to move about.

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292578445

Then HA is your only choice.

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292578423

I would assumed the more filler placed the more spongy it would feel. I\'m willing to give it a shot but want something that I can get rid of

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292578109

He\'s used the wrong word then. It\'s defiantly not reversible. Only HA is reversible.

There isn\'t much we can do about the prices I\'m afraid. That\'s why I\'m not confident HA will ever really become that popular. I\'m also not confident everyone will like the feel either. From my experience it\'s not that different to FFT, in that some people report it feels from and natural, while others say it feels spongey. It\'s strange that people would have such different experiences with the same product but they do.

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292578050

That\'s what I thought he literally used the word reversible in his email. Gitt uses Voluma XC. Gitt would be close to 7k though. I would go for 5k Max 7k is expensive

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292577880

Dr Greenwald means temporary, not reversible.

I haven\'t had a procedure with Dr Gitt, I just know he offers fillers for PE.

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292577855

Yea I\'ve looked into Gitt as well. He is very very expensive. Did you have it done by him. Greenwald seems very confident with his technique with Radiesse Greenwald told me through email that Radiesse is reversible I asked him how because I thought it wasn\'t.

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Dermal Fillers 6 years 2 weeks ago #1292577795

Dr Gitt in AZ

Radiesse isn\'t reversible, you have to wait for it to absorb.

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