|BIOINBLUE - new filler
Apr 29, 2004
Hello there I have had 4 sessions of new-fill in order to limit my face-wasting, I would say I have solved the problem even tough not completely. My doctor suggested that I do maintenance sessions each 6-8 months. A friend on mine ( I live in Italy) had one session done to re-fill his cheecks with a new substance called BIOINBLUE (the company making it is Polymekon, the same producing BIOALCAMID) the difference between the 2 products is that the Blue one is fading away (I heard) in 2 years, the Alcamid is definite.In other words Bioinblue is the same kind as New-Fill.In a way I am tempted to go for a definite session (bioalcamid) but what if something goes wrong and you have some substance in your face which you don't want anymore ? So long lasting biodegradable fillers at the moment seems to be the best choice for me, and Bioinblue seems to go longer than New-Fill. What info do you have on BIOINBLUE ??Thanks for the great job you are doing !!
Response from Dr. Moyle
Bioinblue is high purity polyvinyl alcohol (8%) and water (92%) Polyvinyl alcohol is a non-toxic substance used in medicine as a drug-carrier and a substitute for human plasma expander. Bioinblue is a biodegradable substance with an immediate cosmetic effect can be maintained by treatment repeated at longer intervals than those necessary for other fillers. I have not seen it used in HIV but theoretically would be a resonable alternative to NewFill for the top ups you need please let us know how it goes Regards' Graeme Moyle
Pain with New Fill Procedure
Lypodystrophy while on Viread, Kaletra and Rescriptor
- Acute Hiv Night Sweats
- Does Flu Vaccine Cause False Negative Hiv Test?
- How Long To Test For Hiv Seroconversion After Sexual Exposure?
- Can You Get Hiv From Your Own Sperm?
- Is Sculptra For Hiv Covered By Medical Insurance?
- Does It Mean That You Have Hiv If A Test Was Found To Be Reactive?
This forum is designed for educational purposes only, and experts are not rendering medical, mental health, legal or other professional advice or services. If you have or suspect you may have a medical, mental health, legal or other problem that requires advice, consult your own caregiver, attorney or other qualified professional.
Experts appearing on this page are independent and are solely responsible for editing and fact-checking their material. Neither TheBody.com nor any advertiser is the publisher or speaker of posted visitors' questions or the experts' material.