What is the Tyndall effect with fillers?

In aesthetics, the Tyndall effect is used to describe the bluish hue that is visible within the skin caused by too superficial placement of hyaluronic acid (HA) filler. The Tyndall effect is more commonly referred to as Rayleigh scattering by physicists after Lord Rayleigh who studied the process in more detail.

How is Tyndall effect treated after filler?

Dissolving the filler with hyaluronidase is another method of treatment for Tyndall effect. Once the filler is dissolved then the problem should be fully resolved within 24 hours.

Does Volbella cause Tyndall effect?

Can I have a Tyndall effect with Volbella? Any facial filler can cause a Tyndall effect. Some fillers are less likely to cause a Tyndall effect, especially those that are thinner.

What are the effects of hyaluronic acid fillers?

The most common side effects associated with HA injection are local injection related side effects which manifest as edema, pain, erythema, itching and ecchymosis (Lafaille and Benedetto, 2010). These adverse side effects are mild and usually last less than one week.

What is Tyndall effect example?

Scattering of light by water droplets in the air. Shinning a beam of flashlight into the glass of milk. One of the most fascinating Tyndall Effect examples is the blue colored iris. The translucent layer over the iris causes the scattering of the blue light making the eyes look blue.

Which filler does not cause Tyndall effect?

When injected correctly, fillers like Restylane Silk and Belotero will erase a tear trough deformity without resulting in the Tyndall effect.

How do you prevent Tyndall under eye?

How to avoid Tyndall Effect?

  1. Avoid depositing a large bolus of product in one area. It is better to lay down multiple threads or small deposits.
  2. If the doctor sees the blue appearance start to occur, they should immediately change planes of injecting, ie go deeper with their needle if possible.

Where is Volbella injected?

INDICATION. JUVÉDERM VOLBELLA® XC injectable gel is indicated for injection into the lips for lip augmentation and for correction of perioral rhytids in adults over the age of 21.

How long does filler stay hard?

The results of volume-adding treatments are durable, as well. Depending on the formulation you choose, the final results can last anywhere from six months to two years.