Hyaluronidase only works on hyaluronic acid fillers
Hyaluronidase only works to dissolve fillers made from hyaluronic acid, the Perlane and the Restylane. If the bags you have are being created from Botox injections, it will absolutely not help resolve that. It will only get rid of the filler located under the eye, which will help with the bags that have been created from filler being placed too high. However, the Botox will still be able to work. I would suggest you visit with a few board-certified injectors for options. I would need to see the movement in that area to determine what the Botox is affecting vs. where the filler is to determine if hyaluronidase is going to help.
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I had Perlane (cheeks) and restylane (under eye) and botox 4 weeks ago with bad results. Yr thoughts please?
There are issues here. First very poorly exposed photos and to distance focal length. Thus leading to seeking in person opinions. Second you might had had poor injection techniques and choice of injection materials. If I were to inject you I would use Juvederm Voluma XC 3 cc for your cheeks and NL folds. Belotero Balance for the tear trough deformity. Plus you need a skin care regime. Possible RF therapy or peels or rollers. But the best would have been a face lifting...
Its difficult to tell from the photo, but there seems to be a bluish tint to the lower lids. This is called the tindel effect and would indicate HA placed too superficially. Hyaluronidase can correct this. It appears that you may be better served with a lower blepharoplasty rather than more fillers. Consult a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss your options.
Options for Perlane and/or Restylane Removal
At four weeks following your injections, the bruising is probably diminished and edema resolved, although I have rarely seen minimal residual of each at this time. Hylauronidase should be used as minimal as possible, yet enough to provide result. Too much hylauronidase could possibly break down skin tissue. The discoloration seen in right lower lid could be secondary to shadowing or prolonged bruising. If you have been in the sun or tanning bed while bruised, the discoloration will persist for a much longer period. I do not know where the placement of the products were, but you may need additional product to build up the lateral and anterior malar. I recommend continuing to massage.