Hi there everyone, this is Backshinder from Healand Clinic.
So today we're going to talk about treating vascular occlusion.
The treatment for vascular occlusion during an aesthetic procedure depends on the severity and the location of the occlusion.
In general, the goal is to restore blood flow to the affected area as soon as possible to minimize tissue damage and to prevent further complications.
One common type of treatment for vascular occlusion is to inject a medication called hydrolase, which is a dissolver for filler material and to restore blood flow to the affected area.
This should be done as soon as possible after occlusion is detected.
In more severe cases however, other treatments may be needed to manage the symptoms to prevent further damage.
This may include medication to improve blood flow, oxygen therapy, surgery in more extreme cases.
It's important to seek medical attention right away if you suspect a vascular occlusion during an ascetic procedure.
Early intervention can make significant differences in the outcome of the help and prevention of long-term damage for complications.
To minimize the risk of a vascular occlusion during an aesthetic procedure, it's important to choose a qualified medical professional who has the experience of performing the procedure, and understands the anatomy of the area being treated.
They should also use appropriate injection techniques and carefully monitor you for any signs for further complications.
If you are interested in or considering having dermal filler treatment book your free initial consultation to discuss your aims and options.
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