Nong Guang was given dermal filler injections at a clinic in Bangkok 2 years ago But she knew that something went wrong as her face became ‘squidgy’ to touch However, she only had it checked out earlier this month after it caused her pain After discovering it had led to an infection, surgeons squeezed the gunge out Look away now if you’ve got a weak stomach.
This gruesome footage shows doctors squeezing out pus from a woman’s forehead after her cosmetic procedure led to an infection. Nong Guang, 41, from Thailand, was given dermal filler injections to reduce the effects of her wrinkles two years ago. But she knew something went wrong almost immediately after, as her face became soft and ‘squidgy’ to touch. However, she only checked into the Teeraporn Clinic in Bangkok earlier this month after it started to cause her pain. After discovering the cosmetic procedure had led to an infection, surgeons were forced to slowly squeeze the gunge out.
They made a small incision in the top of her forehead that allowed them to apply pressure to grip the clump of pus. Ten minutes later, it was all removed. The area was then stitched up to prevent any further infection, local reports suggest. It is believed that Ms Guang is now fine after undergoing the procedure. She said: ‘I had the filler two years ago but over the last three or four days it had started to hurt a lot so I went to see the doctor. ‘My whole forehead was soft and squidgy when it was touched.
The plastic surgery was infected. The doctor said there was a problem with it. ‘It hurt a lot and I could move it around under my skin. It left a hole when it was touched. But I’m happy it has been fixed now.’ A spokesman for the clinic said the initial filler surgery was not performed by them but they had fixed the situation now. They said: ‘The patient came to us after having the filler injection surgery in her forehead. ‘This had become infected and her forehead was very soft and left marks when it was touched.
We removed it and made her forehead look beautiful again.’ Lisa Bickerstaffe, of the British Skin Foundation, told MailOnline: ‘It’s important to make sure you always choose a registered dermatologist when considering any cosmetic treatments.’