POLYNUCLEOTIDE Treatment

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ARE THERE ANY RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH POLYNUCLEOTIDE TREatment

Being aware of associated risks for treatment is essential for gaining informed consent. Polynucleotide is considered a low risk treatment but It is important you are aware of any risks that can occur. 

  • Injection site reactions – as with any type of injection there is usually a mild inflammatory response at the puncture site which can result in redness, swelling, bruising and tenderness. These reactions tend to be mild and resolve within a few days.
  • Infection – there is a small risk of infection with any procedures that involve puncturing the skin. These risks are minimised by using aseptic techniques and ensuring exceptional levels of hygiene. 
  • Allergic reaction – allergic reactions to the constituent elements of the polynucleotide formula can occur. Hence a comprehensive medical history is obtained prior to administering treatment.
  • Temporary Discomfort – Some patients may experience discomfort or itching at the injection sites. However this tends to resolve within a quick timeframe.

 

Frequently asked questions

Our aestheticians apply a topical anaesthetic cream on to the proposed treatment areas which results in little to no discomfort for the procedure.

Common side effects may include some itchiness, redness or swelling around injection sites. However these symptoms resolve very quickly and the treatments are tolerated well by most patients. 

The number of sessions required will vary upon the the condition of your skin and the desired outcomes. On average 3 sessions tend to be required but our aestheticians will assess your skin thoroughly at your consultation and make a recommendation on how many sessions will be required.