2 Yrs of Side Effects - Juvederm in Cheeks, Nasolabial Folds and Mouth Corners
I had Juverderm done 2 years ago on cheeks,...
- 4 Sep 2009
I had Juverderm done 2 years ago on cheeks, nasolabial folds and very little on corners of the mouth (some was the denser one, proper to cheeks) due to lost of volume and skin laxity.
On the right cheek the product went all the way up, near the nose, I can feel it because It's very hard and because it shouldn't be there, my lower eyelid looks even more sunken because a deep tear through was created. Where the product is, in the tear through, I have a reddish small vein or rupture of a "real" vein (can't really tell), the eyelids became very white, blueish white, the rest of the face, specially where I had Juvederm injected, quite red, I've never had my face this colour, I almost did not have any red colour on my cheeks even. So the shape doesn´t help, because the cheeks were not well sculpted and the difference of colour makes it even more noticeable.
I wonder, after 2 years, shouldn't the redness, the blueish eyelids, the red vein be gone? Shouldn't the Juverderm also be gone? Is there a chance that is not Juverderm but some kind of lump generated by my own body? Since than, my eyes, specially the right one feels quite tired and a considerable vein on the outside corners of both eyes is showing like it is being strangulated somewhere so it pops more.
Also have some brown spots from when I was injected that never went away even with a few sessions of dermabrasion. I was waiting for this to go away, but since I don't think I have any Juverderm left in the nasolabial folds, corners of the mouth and even in the cheeks is much less, I'm starting to worry that the problems I described won't go away on their on.
I just read that the product to dissolve Juverderm also can cause a lot of problems. I would like to ask your opinion about the problems I described and a possible way to go. Thank you so much for your time.How to proceed after Juvederm side effects that lasted for 2 years?
In a way I was happy with the plastic surgeon's competence, but a better understanding on how to shape a cheek in order to get a smooth transition to lower eyelids would be necessary for me to recommend him.