Beletero, because of the many different sizes of its particles of hyaluronic acid, spreads like spackle where it is injected rather than forming a ball. You would orobably have a better result with this filler.
i would consult an advanced lip augmentation injector who is a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon for the best results.
I agree and suggest you try a different injector to get a different result, you may even want to try using Belotero as your next filler, its thinner then Juvederm and Restylane
The lumps you feel are likely related to the injection technique. Restylane is a better choice for the lips and depressions below the lower lids, Juvederm better for nasolabial lines and some other areas.
Some patients like the "ridge" along the junction of the red and white part of the lips. You apparently don't. That would show that the discussion regarding the patients wishes is critical before doing the procedure.
If the results are really unacceptable to you, the filler could be dissolved with the appropriate enzyme. That is usually not the case. I would agree with other posts that you should consider trying another injector next time.
I suggest seeking a different injector. It is likely a technique thing rather than the product itself. I would reverse all the filler you had, and then reinject you using my own technique. I rarely see "lumps" as you describe. True lumps can be caused by particulate fillers in this area such as Radiesse, just ensure you were injected with an HA type filler. I wish you the best, Dr. Emer.
Sorry to hear your issues. It Is most likely that the technique of injection is the problem.
The lump can be dissolved faster by injecting a hyalurinadase that helps metabolize the filler. But continued massage and time will take care of the problem also. Next time perhaps you should seek another injector just to ease your mind. Good luck.
Lip injections are hard to do and only the most well-trained injectors should do them. If you've had the same injector twice, and different materials with the same effect, I might suggest you see a different injector for a theory on what's happening. In my opinion, this isn't your body, but the injection style being used.
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Based on your description, it sounds like perhaps the filler was not placed correctly or too much was injected. There are some people who have a strong inflammatory reaction to filler especially in the lips and this can take a couple of weeks to resolve- but if after weeks or months you're still unsatisfied with the results, it wouldn't hurt to get a second opinion (face-to-face consultation) with a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon who has experience in lip augmentation. Another option may be Belotero injections- this is a "softer" hyaluronic acid filler that doesn't typically leave lumps/bumps and is more of a subtle enhancement.