2010, Number 3
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ABSTRACTThe non animal stabilized hyaluronic acid has been widely used since it was approved by the COFEPRIS in 2000 for the treatment of wrinkles, folds and since 2006 what is used for atrophy of soft face tissues such as the malar area, the chin or in the jaw, etc. Having hyaluronic acid with different characteristics, number of reticulations and concentration per milliliter, to produce subtypes makes the product very versatile and permits refinement in facial volume rejuvenation. An action mechanism indications, precautions and recommendations that should be considered in its use, which has become mopre popular and widely used as a safe filling.
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