You should discuss your concerns with your doctor.
There can be significant bruising and swelling after lip injections. Therefore, one should be patient and wait at least several days before making a critical assessment.
A reversal agent can be injected to dissolve perlane.
Perlane is not approved for use in the lips, but remember that Restylane actually wasn't approved for that location either until about 2 years ago! So, many, many, many times fillers are used in "off-label" locations and it's just fine. I have injected Perlane in the lips before, but really only for people who want them bigger than Restylane is capable of. It's the same substance as Restylane but it's a bigger particle size. Because they are both hyaluronic acid fillers either can be dissolved. However, I wouldn't recommend this for at least a week. What you probably have right now is swelling, and swelling is always uneven. So overinjecting a dissolving agent isn't a good idea unless a good amount of the swelling is gone and we can tell what's swelling and what's filler.
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YES! Perlane is very very "off label" use in lips. I NEVER use it there! I can offer Vitrase injections to dissolve the Perlane effect but it is quite costly.. I charge $800 per cc. Otherwise time will allow the body to metabolize it. BTW who was your injecting doc?