Are Dermal Fillers a Medical or Cosmetic Device?

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Are Dermal Fillers a Medical or Cosmetic Device?

by Dental Design, on 19th February 2014 | Comments Off on Are Dermal Fillers a Medical or Cosmetic Device?
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Here at The Dental Spa we believe that dermal fillers such as ‘Restylane’ and ‘Juviderm’ are medical devices used to lift,  revolumise the face and iron out unwanted lines and wrinkles.

We feel that they need proper Government legislation to protect patients from serious risks to their health and the next PPI scandal.

Eu legislation currently states that Dermal Fillers are cosmetic not medical but plastic surgeons and The Royal College of Surgeons believe due to potential side effects they need to be given by highly skilled medical staff.

We feel that all our treatments should be carried out with a full medical history, informed consent, and in a medical Care Quality Commission controlled environment. We believe that Patients need post-operative care and follow ups.

To Book an appointment with  Emma Preston our Dentist/Facial Aesthetic Practitioner, please call 01743 343433 or email for more information.

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