It is common for the eyes to be puffy four days after Juvederm, as water is still being absorbed. This can last up to two weeks. If your eyes are still puffy after two weeks, it may be that there was too much Juvederm injected and that can be corrected with Vitrase.
Swelling is common after filler, especially around eyes. This can take up to 7-14 days to completely resolve. I would suggest you wait and then see your provider for further evaluation if you are not satisfy. Good Luck.
Thank you for your question and photos.
It is not unusual to have swelling when Juvederm is used to treat areas around the eyes. I would use ice packs and keep your head elevated at night to help decrease the swelling.
I would then re-evaluate your results at 2 weeks. If at that point you are unhappy with the results you can consider dissolving the Juvederm with a product known as hyluronidase.
It is common to have some swelling after injections into the lower eyelids. And it looks like you had some bruising, so would expect you to still be swollen. Juvederm likes to absorb water, so you may stay swollen a little longer with Juvederm than with other fillers. If you don't like the result after a couple of weeks you can have it removed.
Swelling under the eyes is common after juvederm injection to the area. The amount of swelling will vary depending on the depth of injection and technique used. The eyes may have a puffy appearance for up to 2 weeks after your injection. Make sure you follow up with your injector if there is still puffiness after 2 weeks so that he/she can address your concerns. Good luck.
Thank you for your question. It takes anywhere from 1 to 2 weeks for the bruising and swelling to go away after injections. Give it some more time, if you are still unhappy with the result I would consult with your injector for their recommendation.
Any swelling can persist for up to two weeks after fillers are done. This is even more common in the thin-skinned areas like under the eyes. It will get better, but it takes time. Additionally, Juvederm is hydrophillic meaning it pulls water to itself for a few days after being injected. This often concerns people, but it too resolves with time.
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