How long will it take before overfilled tear trough looks normal ..and not so overfilled anymore? (filled with restylane)

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  • 9 months ago

I had restylane put in my tear troughs for the very first time 3 months ago... it all went really well and 1 month after this appointment I went back to add a little bit more as they were still slightly hollow. I absolutely love my right eye but he overfilled the left one and now its puffy, lumpy and well, to cut a long story short: horrible! Can any of you out there tell me how long will it take for the overfilled eye to start to look better...and not so overfilled? I am beside myself! I don't want to go out and feel so down! I done this to feel better about myself and feel 10 times worse now! I don't want to have it dissolved with Hyaluronidase as I have read so many horror stories about this! I would really appreciate someone who has gone through the same experience helping me out here! I am new to all of this and really don't know what to expect! I feel so stupid! I'm telling everyone I have had a bad reaction to an eye cream..anything but tell the truth!! Thank you so much in advance!

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Hi there, Hyaluronidase would help correct the over corrected eye and also remove some of your own natural ha, but I read one of the doctor's responses that your body restores the natural HA after 2 weeks, so initially it may look worse but then it will begin to look better. Restylane lasts for a year, so it can take that length of time to restore back to normal, sometimes longer. I had juvederm volbella done which lasts longer, but also takes longer to restore if it has been overfilled. I would encourage you to speak to your injector about your concerns and they may be able to advice you, and perhaps offer you a really good option for correction. It may help to calm the fear and help dispel the discouragement you are experiencing.
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