P1| Volume 55, ISSUE 10, e86, December 2017

DIY Fillers

      Background: Social media pressures and a trend of the aesthetically conscious, have resulted in a rise of patients seeking dermal fillers to alter their facial appearance. Over the past six months at Homerton University Hospital, there has been a noticeable increase of patients presenting with adverse reactions to dermal fillers self- administered. We present two cases of interest, one requiring surgical intervention and one without.
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