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J Drugs Dermatol. 2011 May;10(5):494-8.

Fillers in the skin of color population.

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  • 1Society Hill Dermatology, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA. drcheath@yahoo.com

Abstract

The skin of color population in the United States is rapidly growing and the cosmetic industry is responding to the demand for skin of color targeted treatments. The aging face in skin of color patients has a unique pattern that can be successfully augmented by dermal fillers. Though many subjects with skin of color were not included in the pre-market dermal filler clinical trials, some post-market studies have examined the safety and risks of adverse events in this population. The safety data from a selection of these studies was examined. Though pigmentary changes occurred, there have been no reports of keloid development. Developing a patient-specific care plan and instituting close follow up is emphasized.

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