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Filler augmentations are frequently performed in current dermatological practices. They serve as volume restoration and contour modification, and soft tissue fillers often give appreciable results with a wide range of product uses. However, the non-liquid products could be regarded as one type of temporary implantation and several adverse reactions have constantly been reported. Possible complications range from mild and spontaneously resolving events to vascular and ocular complications resulting in irreversible morbidities. This review article has emphasized on the comprehension of both immediate and delayed complications, as well as the practical knowledge of prevention and management.
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