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Rational of the session 

Filler-based beauty treatments in the infraorbital zone are increasing exponentially; at the same time this is the most delicate and complicated area of the entire face. 

The complications of this area, once infrequent, today are increasing and learning to recognize and manage them is a necessity for the aesthetic doctor, who is the figure at the center of the management of these problems. 

The most common complication in the infraorbital area is eyelid edema or better eyelid-malar and presents as a collection of 'fluid' at the border between the eyelid and cheek. Also the color of the liquid collection is typically dark. The changes are so typical that they represent a pathological diagnostic picture, easily recognizable. 

rational of the session

Updates and news

Evergreen among the demands of patients: where the main is to return to see themselves normal eliminating the outwardly penalizing swelling thanks to a hyaluronidase treatment followed potentially by a reprocessing. 

updates and news

Take home messages 

The goal of the session is to give participants the clinical fundamentals to avoid acute complications, recognize them and manage the most frequent complications, namely chronic ones. 

In what way then? Starting from clinical recognition, ultrasound confirmation, with the dissolution of the direct accumulation or under ultrasound guidance, with the reprocessing of the patient with appropriate techniques until obtaining an optimal result for the specific patient. 




Maurizio Cavallini, Monica Renga

Alessandro Gennai
TAR and fat
Roberto Dell'Avanzato
Francesco Bernardini
Eyelift and surgery
Alessandro Innocenti
Filler HA
Tom Van Eijk
Fern technique
Maurizio Cavallini
Chronic complications from HA: new challenge
Stefania Belletti
Role of ultrasound in chronic complications
Francesco Bernardini
How you convert a complication into a good result
take home messages


eyelid cheek junction, infraorbital area, complications, Aesthetic Medicine 
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