The ONLY thing I can say is that you may want to attempt to have a small nick put in the area and the physician can try to manipulate some of the filler out of the skin. I usually never recommend this, but if you can't get hyaluronidase, then I guess this is what I would say. A small nick would leave a tiny mark only. Do not do a big excision - that will leave excessive scarring. The nicks need to be where the filler is located - most likely on the surface and not in the mouth. Your other, and maybe best option, is to have a tiny amount of hyaluronidase injected behind your ear and see if you have some type of reaction. If not, go with that instead.
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