I am wondering if these whiteish bumps will potentially go away within the next few days -- what are they?? I can feel them when I run my lip over them. It has been 7 days.
White-ish Bumps 7 days post Juvederm in lips
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Whitish Bumps on Lips 7 Days Post Juvederm
It is difficult to assess from the picture alone, but it appears as if the Juvederm may have been injected too superficially. If the bumps are not improving or mostly resolved in the next week (second week post treatment), I would call your doctor (who did the injections) immediately.
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White-ish bumps 7 days after Juvederm in lips?
It appears to be "lumps" of product placed too superficially. This is nor they way it should be. You should return for hyaluronidase that will dissolve the product. Then you can decide if you want to be re-injected by someone else with more experience. I'm sorry, at least it correctable!
Bumps after Juvederm injection to lips
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White bumps after Juvederm
Juvederm is an excellent choice for lip augmentation. However, one must be very careful when injecting the lips, as asymmetry and visible bumps can occur. In your case, it appears that the Juvederm may have been injected superficially, but there is no way to truly tell from a photo. I would recommend that you visit your physician so that they can then determine the cause of the white bumps. The good news is that since Juvederm is a hyaluronic acid filer, this situation can be corrected if necessary.
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