Is it normal to have bumps in lips 3 months after Juvederm? (Photo)
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Lumps after #Juvederm???
The upper to lower lip ratio should ideally conform to the golden ratio, of 1 for the upper to 1.618 for the lower. You might discuss this with your physician before the next treatment.
You can certainly ask your physician if you can see the treatment record if you have any concerns about what was injected.
Lumps 3 months later???
hyaluronidase injections will not cause the substance to disappear. Get you records, ask you doctor, and get a second opinion with a board certified ABPS - FACS surgeon. Incidentally your upper lip is way too big and out of proportion with you bottom lip. My Best, Dr C
Lumps after injection
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If the product is Juvederm, it should go away with hyaluronidase. If not, it may have been another product.
It is possible that a large amount was injected into this location. If that is the case, then it could take longer to go away.
To be sure, return to see your injector or see two or more board-certified providers in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have these treatments.
I hope this helps.
Is it normal to have bumps in lips 3 months after Juvederm?
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Depending on the size of the bump, it should be smaller 3 months after injections. It should continue to get smaller over the next 6-9 months.
You asked if it could be silicone in your lips. Only the doctor that injected the product can answer the question. That would be a serious breach of trust and negligent if a doctor injected a product without your permission. If you went to a qualified injector with a great reputation, this would be highly unlikely.
I hope this helps.
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