Who is Qualified to do Fillers vs. who is Allowed to do them

It is essential to your health and safety that you research your cosmetic surgeon’s history and qualifications. Many unlicensed practitioners perform sub-standard procedures in non-clinical settings using fillers that can result in illness, disfigurement and sometimes even death. Some of the substances used in place of tested and approved products are:

  • Silicone
  • Baby oil
  • Cooking oil
  • Products used in other countries but not approved by our FDA

Some products used by unqualified individuals may be of unknown origin or even illegal. When electing to have any type of procedure done involving the use of fillers, be sure to do your homework and research the background of anyone you are considering for your cosmetic procedure. To read about Dr. Angelchik’s background, please see our About Dr. Angelchikpage.

There are organizations available to help you determine whether or not someone is qualified to inject fillers into your body. To learn more about approved fillers and the most appropriate procedures for you, please contact us today.

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