Dr. Karlinsky-Bellini Presents Case Report on Injectable Gel Reaction
Posted August 09, 2019 in Non-Surgical Treatments
Hydrophilic polyacrylamide gel (PAAG) is not FDA-approved in the United States but has been used as a permanent filler for cosmetic uses around the world for several decades. Complications from the injectable gel are cited by many articles and case reports. Our triple-board-certified cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Karlinsky-Bellini, published the case report below after a 54-year-old woman sought help from New Look New Life Cosmetic Surgical Arts in 2017 to remove the injected polyacrylamide gel in favor of silicone implant breast augmentation.
Read the Full Case Report: 0748806817751940.pdf