ASDS guidelines of care: Injectable fillers

Murad Alam, Hayes Gladstone, Edward M. Kramer, Jack P. Murphy, Keyvan Nouri, Isaac M. Neuhaus, James M. Spencer, Elizabeth Spenceri, Susan Van Dyke, Roger I. Ceilley, Ken K. Lee, Gregg Menaker, Gary D. Monheit, David S. Orentreich, Benjamin Raab, Kevin C. Smith, Nowell J. Solish

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Injectable soft tissue augmentation materials available for use in the United States have proliferated during the past 5 years. In addition to bovine collagen and autologous fat, physicians can now choose between numerous other options, including hyaluronic acid derivatives, poly-L-lactic acid, injectable calcium hydroxylapatite, injectable liquid silicone, polymethylmethacrylate microspheres, and human collagen. While these materials are generally safe and versatile, each has specific features that inform its best use. The guidelines presented herein are not intended to delineate the standard of care but rather to present how most injectors commonly use these materials in patients. These guidelines are a consensus document produced by the ASDS Guidelines of Care Task Force in conjunction with recognized experts in the field who have volunteered their time. While efforts have been made to maintain accuracy and timeliness at the point of submission, these guidelines will no doubt evolve over time and should be considered in the context of the patients' individual needs.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)S115-S148
JournalDermatologic Surgery
Issue numberSUPPL 1
StatePublished - Jun 2008


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