Sometime the periorbital muscles of the lip gather HA fillers into a spherical shape after injection, and a little massage is all that is needed to move it back into place. If this is not successful, a small amount of hyaluronidase can be employed to dissolve only a small portion of the filler.
Restylane is an excellent filler for the lips and nasolabial folds. However, if you have a large lump it would be best to dissolve it locally with Vitrase. For the best cosmetic results please consult a board certified dermatologist with experience in facial injections.
If the lump is filler usually it can be massaged down within the first week. If not hyaluronidase can be used directly on the lump to help dissolve. it.
At this point, see your injector. A good injector should be able to remove the lump without taking out all the rest of the filler. But just like injecting Restylane, it takes a great injector to do modifications too!
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