Perlane Injections in Nasolabial Folds - Dimpling?
- Asked by evielee in los angeles
- 3 years ago
I just had perlane injections in my nasolabial folds yesterday. there was automatic bruising in my left side & this morning i woke up w 2 additional small bruises at different needle stick sites. i know they will subside but when looking in the mirror and smiling just now, i notice that i have a large dimple on my left side (exactly where the largest and first bruise is) and i did not have a dimple there before the injections. is this just swelling and will it go away?
Perlane and swelling
It is expected that you'd have potential bruising and certainly swelling post dermal filler injections of any kind. I would wait minimally a week and sometimes up to two, for follow up with your provider for further assessment.
Dimples after Perlane
Bruising and swelling are quite normal after Perlane injections. My very best advise to you is to pay as little attention as possible to your face, dimples, swelling, bruising, etc., for the next week. If after a week, you still notice dimples or other asymmetry then follow up with the office that injected you so it can be addressed. What you notice in one moment you may not notice a short while later. Swelling can make you look like you have dimpling, crooked, stiff or firm feeling. Be patient. Hang in there.
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Perlane in folds
Perlane is a very popular facial filler that is quite commonly placed in the nasolabial folds. Bruising can happen and should subside over the next few days. As for dimpling, I would have to evaluate it to give reasonable answer.
You can have a little bit of bruising or swelling after Perlane
I would wait a month because you can have a little bit of bruising or swelling after Perlane injections that can cause this kind of thing. So, let it really settle before you try to do any kind of correction for it.
Perlane and dimple
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