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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.

Dr. Karlinsky-Bellini publishes case report on PAAG injectable gel reaction.
Read the Full Case Report: 0748806817751940.pdf