Hyalase is an enzyme that can break down hyaluronic acid, speeding up dispersion of medications or breaking down dermal fillers when wrinkles have been over-corrected. Purchase Hyalase from Medical Device Source for when your patients want to reverse the results of their anti-aging treatment. It can be hard to judge how much filling effect a dermal filler has given as it absorbs moisture and the treated area starts to swell. Inexperienced injectors will sometimes overfill a wrinkle or other area, and sometimes a patient just is not happy with the results of their treatment. In any of these situations, you can use Hyalase to break down the hyaluronic acid based dermal filler to return the patient to their pre-treatment appearance. Hyalase is made of hyaluronidase, an enzyme that occurs naturally in the body and which can break down hyaluronic acid. When the hyaluronic acid is broken down, it is absorbed into the body and eliminated through the body's usual functions. In medication dispersion, Hyalase lowers the viscosity of hyaluronan to increase tissue permeability. Medications such as local anesthetics are then able to move more quickly and easily through body tissues to get to where they are needed. Hyalase is often used in ophthalmic surgery and other medical procedures and it can help disperse fluid buildup in body tissues.
Injections of Hyalase can cause side effects like bleeding, blistering, scarring, hives, rash, ulceration, skin discoloration, redness, inflammation, swelling, itching, stinging, a burning sensation, a feeling of warmth, a sensation of coldness, numbness, tingling, pressure, pain, soreness, tenderness, lumps, and infection. Hyalase could also cause some rarer and potentially serious side effects. You should not inject Hyalase where there is an infection or to reduce swelling from a bite or sting. The safety of Hyalase use during pregnancy is not known. You should not use Hyalase intravenously or apply it directly to the cornea. To use Hyalase, dissolve the powder in sterile water or in the medication you will be using it to disperse, such as an anesthetic.
Sometimes it is hard for patients to visualize how they will look after an aesthetic treatment, and they may not get the results they expected. As well, sometimes your patients may come to you with the results of a botched cosmetic treatment, asking you to help them look more normal again. If the dermal filler used in the cosmetic treatments was made of hyaluronic acid, such as Restylane or Juvederm, you can use Hyalase to break down the dermal filler. After the Hyalase injection, the hyaluronic acid that has added volume to the skin will gradually break down and reabsorb into the body. This should reduce the volume that has overfilled the wrinkle, lips, or other areas. Purchase Hyalase from Medical Device Source to correct the results of a hyaluronic acid dermal filler injection or to speed absorption of medications through skin tissue.