Is there any possibility that you are pregnant? Have you recently been treated with any other dermal filler on your face? If yes. where?: Do you have any permanent implant(s) at the site(s) to be treated? Have you undergone laser skin resurfacing or received a skin peel in the past six weeks? Do you suffer from facial herpes simplex or have any active skin conditions e.g. acne or psoriasis? Do you have or have you ever had any form of skin cancer? What are your expectations of the outcome of the treatment? CONSIDERATIONS
Have you previously experienced a hypersensitivity to any of the RESTYLANE products? Have you ever experienced any hypersensitivity to Iidocaine (a local anaesthetic)? Have you received Roaccutane treatment in the past I2 months? If yes, please specify: Do you have a history of anaphylactic shock (severe allergic reactions)? Are you taking aspirin, steroids or anticoagulants? If yes, please specify: Are you currently taking any other medication? If yes, please specify: Do you suffer from any illnesses, e.g. angina, epilepsy, diabetes, HIV positive, hepatitis, auto immune disease (e.g. rheumatoid arthritis), depression, stress? If yes, please specify: Have you recently undergone major surgery? If yes, please specify Are you currently undergoing dental surgery? Do you suffer from fainting or low blood pressure? Do you suffer from kelold or hypertrophic scarring? Have you recently been exposed to the sun or sun beds? IF THE ANSER TO ANY OF THE ABOVE QUESTIONS IS 'YES'
Restylane® products* are sterile gels that consist of stabilized non-animal based hyaluronic acid. Restylane. Lidocaine products contain in addition 0.3% Lidocaine (a local anaesthetic agent). The products are injected into the skin to correct lines, wrinkles and folds in faces, to sculpt lips and form facial contours. They are also used to restore elasticity of skin and reduce irregularities on the skin's surface. My treating practitioner has explained how and when Restylane products are used. I have been given the opportunity to ask questions and have received satisfactory answers to my questions. In particular, I have received information regarding when treatment with Restylane products should not take place and that certain reactions are common in conjunction with injections. These reactions include redness, swelling, pain, itching, bruising and tenderness at the implant location. These reactions are generally mild to moderate and usually disappear shortly after injection. They usually resolve spontaneously a few days after injection into the skin, within a week after injection into the lips and within two weeks after injection with Restylane SubQ"‘. I have also been informed of the risks involved when injecting areas with underlying sensitive structures (e. g.nerves, vessels and eyes when treating wrinkles around eyes). Temporary side effects related to injections do occur; some of these include swelling, redness and tenderness. There are isolated reports of small lumps developing at the treatment sites, and irregularities that can last several months if injection into the skin is too superficial. Inflammatory reactions have been reported in rare cases; these have consisted of redness, swelling and induration at the injection location, which can at times affect surrounding tissue. Reactions have arisen either a few days or a few weeks after treatment. They have generally been light to moderate and self-limiting, and - the average duration is two weeks. In rare cases, reactions have been recurrent and lasted for several months. In very rare cases, prolonged induration, suppuration and greyish discoloration at the treatment location have occurred. These reactions can develop weeks or months after treatment and last several months. Longer durations for these reactions have been reported in rare cases, but these reactions usually subside over time. Scabbing and sloughing of tissue at the treatment site are even more rare, and may very rarely result in superficial scar formation. I have been informed that Restylane Lidocaine products contain lidocaine and must not be used in individuals with known hypersensitivity to lidocaine or amide-type local anaesthetics. Similar to administration of dental anaesthetic, there is diminished sensation to pain and temperature in the treated area for about two hours. My treating practitioner has also informed me that, depending on the treated area and injection technique, effects from the Restylane treatment can last 6-12 months (lips around 6 months), but this period may vary, either longer or shorter. Follow-up treatment helps maintain the desired correction. I have responded to questions pertaining to any hypersensitivity to anaesthetic agents and to my medical history honestly. I have also received the ”Post-Treatment Checklist" as well as information about its contents. I understand the importance of following the advice indicated in the checklist. I hereby consent to treatment with Restylane products*. Name of patient (block letters) Patient signature Date * Restylane, Restylane Lidocaine, Restylane Touch, Restylane Pei-lane, Restylane Perlane Lidocaine, Restylane Lip Volume, Restylane Lip Refresh, Restylane SubQ, Restylane SubQ Lidocaine, Restylane Vital, Restylane Vital Lidocaine, Restylane Vital Light and iestylane Vital Light Lidocaine


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