TGA Touches on Important Information Regarding Cosmetic Injection Risks

TGA Touches on Important Information Regarding Cosmetic Injection Risks

In a recent media release, the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration shed some light on the potential risks associated with cosmetic injections.

While injectable treatments such as dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections are available at countless clinics, many patients are still falling prey to unregistered and inexperienced practitioners, who increase their risks of experiencing serious side effects after their treatments.

The Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia prides itself on maintaining high standards of conduct from doctors operating in the cosmetic medicine space. It’s for this reason that we feel anyone considering cosmetic injections for the first time should read this release and educate themselves on the potential risks of receiving injectable treatments from unregistered and inexperienced practitioners. You should seek a qualified, registered medical doctor with extensive experience and knowledge of the facial anatomy.

You can read the media release on the TGA website.

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