Obviously you should NOT have large hard lumps. No filler was designed to be injected in bursts creating localized lakes. They were to designed to be placed in small parallel and fanning threads which gradually build an area.
IF the Restylane is in a few lakes whoever injected it may want to see if he/she can aspirate it with a syringe. Failing that, it may be dissolved with HYALURONIDASE. It is important to make sure you are not allergic to this enzyme so a skin test may be in order.
As regards New Fill (Sculptra) it is obvious that your injector has used it in a way that is not FDA approved. Unfortunately, poly lactic acid (PLA) hydrogel cannot be dissolved and you will need to wait for nature to break it down. (This is a resounding example why we are better off with slowly dissolving fillers such as the ones you had as opposed to permanent ones which would stay in forever).