Thank you for including the pictures, but I am sorry that I do not think I can see the area of your concern. Perhaps it is because the light is coming from the left side, and the right side is a bit shadowed. Nonetheless, at four weeks post treatment there is probably still some swelling around the Radiesse product. That may explain why some days it looks flatter than other days. I believe that more time should pass before making a final assessment as to the symmetry and contour of your results; in another 1 to 2 months you should have a better idea of the final results.It is not all that uncommon for one area to swell more than another following injections. Such a difference in swelling may be related to the amount of product placed, how the product was placed, and at what level the product was placed.After Radiesse is placed into the tissue, it can be molded with massage. Massage at this initial time frame is probably the most important and the most effective. As more time evolves, massage will have less of an effect on product shape/contour. By comparison, hyaluronic acid gels are moldable for a longer period of time than Radiesse is.If, at the time of initial filling or shortly thereafter, an irregularity (lump) of the Radiesse product is noticed, a small amount of saline can be injected into the area, and then massaged. This will help to disperse the irregularity and flatten it. However, as the microspheres become incorporated into the tissue, this no longer becomes possible.For now, gently massage the area several times per day. Allow a few weeks to pass. If it has not improved, or if there is still an asymmetry you are not happy with, see the provider who performed your injections to discuss options to improve the contour of this area. Best wishes.