DNA test to predict the risk of filler complications

Fillers are generally safe when carried out by medical professionals and using the best materials…but how does your immune system react? We can now offer our patients the BSURE DNA Test​ to predict the likelihood of filler complications.

This test has been developed to better understand how your immune system will respond to the use of fillers. There is a chance that the use of fillers can lead to serious complications with long-lasting consequences.

The Bsure DNA test detects if a patient has a genetic predisposition for a high risk of severe adverse reactions to fillers.

Especially recommended for those patients who have immune disorders, already had complications with fillers and/or are concerned about their health

The scientific research behind the Bsure DNA test for fillers showed a specific combination of two HLAs causes an increased risk for late onset immune mediates adverse reaction to foreign body implants.

More Safety with fillers

  1. Patient orders and purchases the  test at the clinic.
  2. We then take the saliva sample from you.
  3. We send your sample + consent for analysis to the lab.
  4. We then inform you of the results.

Who should do the test?

  • People who have immune diseases, lots of allergies, immune disorders or high general sensibility.
  • People who have had complains and/or complications with fillers and/or other implants.
  • People who want to start with fillers, do not have specific immune issues but are careful and worried about possible consequences.
  • People who already have fillers and no complications (for some years), but are careful and worried.

benefits and risks of direct-to-consumer genetic testing

  • Direct-to-consumer genetic testing promotes awareness of genetic diseases.

  • It provides personalized information about your health, disease risk, and other traits.

  • It may help you be more proactive about your health.

  • It does not require approval from a healthcare provider or health insurance company.

  • As results are provided directly to the individual, they are not in your insurance or medical record (unless you share results with your healthcare professional). 

  • DNA sample collection is usually simple and noninvasive, and results are available quickly.

  • Your anonymous data is added to a large database that can be used to further medical research. Depending on the company, the database may represent up to several million participants.

  • This type of testing cannot tell definitively whether you will or will not get a particular disease. 

  • The tests look only at a subset of variants within genes, so disease-causing variants can be missed.

  • Unexpected information that you receive about your health, family relationships, or ancestry may be stressful or upsetting.

  • People may make important decisions about disease treatment or prevention based on inaccurate, incomplete, or misunderstood information from their test results.

  • Unproven or invalid tests can be misleading. There may not be enough scientific evidence to link a particular genetic variation with a given disease or trait.

  • Genetic privacy may be compromised if testing companies use your genetic information in an unauthorized way or if your data is stolen.

  • The results of genetic testing may impact your ability to obtain life, disability, or long-term care insurance.

Treatment by Joolia Gilvey

Joolia Gilvey is an award winning registered aesthetic nurse with over 10 years of experience in nursing. She performs treatments at her modern clinic in Thorpe End, Norwich. Joolia offers consultations prior to treatment. They are the perfect opportunity for you to find out more about your desired treatment.

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