There are many different facial treatments available on the market; the one you choose will depend on your preference or condition. If you have suffered from acne and have deep scars, you may choose to have dermal fillers or collagen injections. You may want to go for a microdermabrasion treatment if you just want your skin to appear younger, healthier and smoother. Those with fine lines and wrinkles may go for a Botox injection or filler. However, there may be some people who just wish to freshen up their look and go for a steam facial or mild exfoliation treatment. The various facial treatments on offer can give the skin a revitalised and fresh look which is often desired among those who are seeing the first signs of ageing or even signs of sun damage. As long as the treatment is administered by a qualified professional, the side-effects and risks are minimal. It is also wise to consult with a doctor to determine if your skin is in suitable condition to undergo certain treatments.
How can I suffer a facial treatment injury?
The side-effects vary and may include pain at the injection site, swelling due to laser treatments, inflammation, sensitivity to chemicals used in facial treatments and allergies. Some of these side-effects are rarer than others and may not be suffered at all in some cases. As a trained professional will conduct a risk assessment and will determine which treatment is suitable for your skin type, adverse reactions should be rare and side-effects will be reduced. However, the potential for an injury or accident to occur is still present, particularly if the appropriate advice is not given or proper after-care is not offered. If you have suffered an injury due to an accident during a facial treatment and you feel it was someone else’s fault, then you may be able to win a cash payout.
How to make a clinical negligence claim
Accident Advice Helpline specialises in helping victims of accidents or injuries that were the fault of someone else. This includes any injury or distress suffered from botched surgery or a cosmetic procedure. Just give our free 24-hour helpline a call to speak to one of our experts about your case and we will be able to advise you on how to proceed. Ensure you keep any evidence of negligence to increase the likelihood of your claim being successful and we will handle the rest.
Date Published: July 12, 2014
Author: David Brown
Category: Facial injury claim