All patients who come with a vascular blockage need ongoing monitoring until the condition is cured. The follow-up may be on a day-to-day basis at first and may decrease in frequency afterward. When a patient contacts the practitioner and a delayed start of vascular occlusion is suspected, immediate follow-up is essential. Patients should be given an emergency number by all soft tissue augmentation practitioners, and if a patient experiences symptoms that seem to be consistent with a vascular occlusion, an urgent in-person examination should be scheduled. It is not permissible to do so using electronic media.
If the vascular occlusion is treated as above it is highly unlikely to lead to cellular or tissue necrosis. If any such event is observed, the patient should directly be referred for specialist management and care.