A recent study addresses the common occurrence of acne, and reviews various types of fillers for acne including temporary, semi-permanent, and permanent dermal fillers.
A list of selected dermal fillers was compiled for review. The only temporary filler identified in the study was hyaluronic acid. Semi-permanent fillers consisting of poly-L-lactic acid commonly known as Sculptra, and calcium hydroxylapatite with the trade name of Radiesse were included. The review also included research on the following permanent fillers: Bellafill (polymethylmethacrylate), Bio-Alcamid (polyalkylimide), Aquamid (polyacrylamide), and silicone. For each dermal filler, a series of studies were organized into categories describing their aims and findings.
The article concluded that although dermal fillers are a common form of treatment for tissue augmentation, they are underutilized with respect to treatment of acne scars. The FDA-approved filler Bellafill yielded strong results in support of its use during a randomized controlled trial. READ MORE
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