2021
DOI: 10.2147/ccid.s294812
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Treating Aging Changes of Facial Anatomical Layers with Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

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“…Definitions of the most common rheologic and physicochemical properties used to characterize HA fillers are provided in Table 1 7 11 14 17 20 24 and discussed in greater depth below.…”
Section: Overview Of the Rheologic And Physicochemical Characteristic...mentioning
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“…Definitions of the most common rheologic and physicochemical properties used to characterize HA fillers are provided in Table 1 7 11 14 17 20 24 and discussed in greater depth below.…”
Section: Overview Of the Rheologic And Physicochemical Characteristic...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“… 11 17 20 HA fillers tend to have low G″. 14 For any HA filler to be effective, it needs to be viscoelastic, i.e., viscous enough to be injected and initially molded, but elastic enough to resist shear deformation forces and provide a durable correction once implanted into soft tissue. 11 17 20 It is important to note that G″ is distinct from viscosity, which relates to the flow of the filler during injection and does not impact clinical performance.…”
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