What are the risks associated with polynucleotides such as PhilArt?

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What are the risks associated with polynucleotides such as PhilArt?

Consider risks tied to injectable polynucleotides like PhilArt, akin to any injectable treatment. Despite social media claims, acknowledging inherent risks is vital, including prolonged swelling, bruising, allergies, and dissatisfaction.

Researchers extensively studied polynucleotides, ensuring an outstanding safety record over a decade. However, the recent surge in popularity may unveil rarer, unknown complications.

Nevertheless, polynucleotide treatments generally pose lower risks, depending on the provider’s expertise. Reversing PhilArt isn’t feasible with hyaluronidase, unlike dermal fillers, due to the absence of hyaluronic acid.

Common risks include minimal bruising and swelling, lasting 24-48 hours, occasionally extending to 2-3 weeks. Personal experiences vary; I’ve observed little bruising and swelling with PhilArt.

Polynucleotide research spans over a decade, establishing an impressive safety record. Despite this, the recent surge in popularity may unveil rarer, unknown complications.

To discuss if polynucleotides like PhilArt suit you, book a complimentary online consultation with our doctors.

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