I recieved radiesse injections into my lips in 05/06 and I have the white soft lumps under the skin in my lips. Can I remove it?
Possible to Remove Radiesse Lumps in Lips?
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Juvederm is a much better product to use in the lips
Radiesse lumps in the lips have to be removed surgically and are difficult to remove. Juvederm is a much better product to use in the lips.
Radiesse into lips
Raidiesse Used in Lips, No No No!
Sorry to hear that you were exposed to an injector who is inexperienced. Perhaps in 2006 your injector did not know the consequences of Radiesse in the lips. In this day and age, it is well known that Radiesse should not be used in the lips as it causes lumps. It is very difficult to remove the lumps, usually involving a surgical procedure. Consult with an experienced general plastic surgeon, facial plastic surgeon, or cosmetic dermatologist. I hope that your lip problems resolve without longterm lumps and bumps.
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Consult your physician, If the Radiesse can be seen as white lumps under the skin . It might be possible to express it out through a needle puncture hole, if the Radiesse was injected recently.
Radiesse is not a lip filler
Radiesse should not be used to fill lips. It will clump most of the time. Usually these can be removed with small incisions overlying the bumps.
Radiesse is a lousy lip Filler
I am sorry you had to find out this way that Radiesse is a lousy lip filler. Its main vehicle is sea coral dust - hydroxyapatite, which is great as a bone gap filler, but has no place in the lip. It is hard to remove this clumps unless they are located under the surface. Doing so requires an incision and piece by piece removal of these concretions.
This highlights why no one should EVER go for permanent fillers in the lip. Just like "Change", the "permanent" can be permanently awful, not necessarily permanently good.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.
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