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Indication

Silhouette lnstaLift® is indicated for use in mid-face suspension surgery to temporarily fixate the cheek sub-dermis in an elevated position.

Important Safety Considerations

The Silhouette InstaLift device should not be used in patients with any known allergy or foreign body sensitivities to plastic/ biomaterial or in situations where internal...

Indication

Silhouette lnstaLift® is indicated for use in mid-face suspension surgery to temporarily fixate the cheek sub-dermis in an elevated position.

Important Safety Considerations

The Silhouette InstaLift device should not be used in patients with any known allergy or foreign body sensitivities to plastic/ biomaterial or in situations where internal fixation is otherwise contraindicated, (e.g. infection.) The device should also not be used in patients appearing to have very thin soft tissue of the face in which the implant may be visible or palpable.

Like all procedures of this type there is a possibility of adverse events, although not everybody experiences them. These adverse events include but are not limited to infection, minimal acute inflammatory tissue reaction, pain (which may be temporary or persistent in nature), swelling and edema, transient hematoma or bruising and transient rippling or dimple formation. For further safety or product information, please consult your physician.

To report a side effect with Silhouette InstaLift, please send the details to quality@sinclairpharma.com. Click here for complete Instructions For Use.

The Silhouette InstaLift device is available only through a licensed practitioner.

REFERENCE

Few JW, Vachon G, Pintas S, Smith JR. Nonsurgical tissue repositioning: analysis of long-term results and patient satisfaction from 100 absorbable suture suspension cases. Aesthet Surg J Open Forum. 2019;2(1):