Q & A – Treatment Related Questions

What is the content of RESTYLANE PERLANE and RESTYNANE Fine Lines?

The products consist of stabilized hyaluronic acid 20mg/mland
Physiologic sodium chloride solution, ph7 q.s
They are clear, transparent and viscous supplied in glass syringes.


In general, follow – up treatment is needed after about 6 months.However, this depends on many factors, such as the structure of The skin, lifestyle, age, the degree of perfection demanded by the Patient and the injection technique of the practitioner. Clinical Experience indicates that touch-up and follow-up treatment will Add to the duration. 

Can Q-Med products be combined with other types of implants?

RESTYLANE fine lines, RESTYLANE and PRELANE should Not be used together with any other injection implant. The Q-Med Esthetics products should not be injected into an area where a permanent Implant has been placed.

What needle sizes are recommended?

A needle is co-packed with each Q-Med Esthetics products, i.e withRESTYLANE Fine Lines a 31G needle, with RESTYLANE a 30G Needle and with PERLANE a 27G needle size is matched to facilitate

The injection of that specific products. Too small a needle will damage.

The gel, which might influence the duration of the products in the tissue.

Do not, for example use a 30G when injection RERLANE.


What is the shelf life of Q-Med gels?

At present the storage time is one and a half years after the production date. As our on-going stability testing proceeds, we may gain date supporting longer storage times.

Are there any side-effects or adverse reactions?

Yes. Some common injection-related reactions might occur, such as Transient erythema, swelling, pine, itching, discoloration or tenderness.

At the implant site. Typically resolution is spontaneous, with in one to two days after injection into the skin and within a week after injection into the Lips. Localized reactions thought to be of a hypersensitivity nature have been Reported in about one in every 2,000 treated patients.

For more information, see also INSTRUCATIONS FOR USE included in each products package.

Are there more risks associated with PRELANE or RESTYLANE Fine Lines?

Then with RESTYLANE ?No date exist that indicate a difference between RESTYLANE, PERLANE or
RESTYLANE Fine Lines form a safety perspective.

Can the products be used for patients during pregnancy or lactation?

Treatment with RESTYLANE Fine Lines, RESTYLANE during pregnancy or lactation has not been tested for.

Can the products be used for patients who have undergone laser treatments or chemical peeling?

Yes, but it is recommended to wait until the treatment area is totally healed and the skin has normalized (normally 4 to 6 weeks).

Do the gels expand after injection?


Is there a need for overcorrection?


Can a person suffering from an autoimmune disease be treated with Q-Med Esthetics products? Clinical experience of treating patients with an autoimmune disease is very limited, but there is no indication of an increased risk. Theoretically there is no reason to assume that there should be an increased risk in treating these patients with Q-Med Esthetics products. It is at the discretion of the practitioner to decide in each case, talking into account e.g. the specific disease, concomitant medication etc.

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