I had Surgiderm applied to my nasolabial wrinkles two days ago. I am 31 years old, and as I tend to gesticulate quite a lot, I have marked "smile lines" and wanted to lessen them a bit with hyaluronic acid. I asked the surgeon for Restylane, but somehow I ended up having Surgiderm instead (I only knew once it had been injected and I saw the box it came in). I am aware that it's probably the same thing, but unfortunately, lasts a bit longer. Immediately after the procedure, I had what I'd consider "normal" reactions: swelling, redness, a tiny bit of bruising.
Hours later, I noticed that the filler was noticeable to touch and sight: I look slightly gerbil-like, and one can see faint worm-like lumps on either sides. But what made me miserable was realizing today what my new smile looks like. Due to the filler, my skin now folds in a different way, creating new wrinkles near the old ones! Is it common for hyaluronic acid fillers on nasolabial lines to cause new "smile wrinkles" around the filler? What should I do now?