Founder of AL Aesthetics Dr Ash Labib is introducing a brand-new service offering free consultations to correct botched filler. Caused by procedural complications, botched filler can have a profound effect on patients who did not receive the results they were expecting. And AL Aesthetics is dedicated to helping you finally achieve them.
Our professional and qualified specialists can help correct any filler you are unhappy with, in areas including: lips, nose, forehead and under eye filler. Simply book a free consultation or attend one of our walk-in sessions on the last Friday of every month between 2pm-4pm to start your journey towards restoring natural-looking beauty. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need a more urgent treatment.
Dr. Ash Labib
Owner & Founder
One of the primary causes of botched filler injections is a lack of experience or expertise on behalf of the practitioner. Injecting these substances requires a great deal of knowledge and precision, and if not done correctly can cause undesired results. Performing such treatments without a license or proper credentials is illegal in many countries, but unfortunately, this still happens all too often.
Unqualified practitioners may also use products that are not suitable for the procedure, which can cause serious harm to patients’ health and wellbeing. The symptoms of botched filler injections vary depending on the type and severity of the complication. Symptoms can include: pain, asymmetry, lumps and bulges, migrating filler, and unsightly results.
The most common areas of the face that are botched by filler injections include the forehead, crow's feet, frown lines, and lips. When filler is incorrectly injected into the skin, particularly into the forehead and around the eyes and brow, it can cause a “frozen” effect, making you look expressionless or emotionless by weakening the muscles too severely.
When lips are incorrectly injected, it can result in lumps or uneven shapes on your lips making them look extremely unnatural or even distorted from their original shape. In extreme cases, it can even lead to necrosis (skin death). This requires long recovery periods with antibiotics and possibly even surgery to restore normal appearance.