Hyaluronidase Saved Under my Eyes

I had Hyaluronidase injected in the tear trough...

I had Hyaluronidase injected in the tear trough area by a very competent Dermatologist, to correct the mistake of another doctor who superficially injected Juvederm in the teartrough area, and as a result, I had bags or pillows under my eyes.

He injected one unit for both eyes and I immediately saw the result within minutes. The bags flattened out and by the time I went back home which was about two hours, all the bags had disappeared. It felt like a miracle!!

Today is the first day after the injection, both areas look smooth and flat, except for very little bruising that is hardly noticeable.

I BELIEVE THE SUCCESS OF HYALURNIDASE DEPENDS ON THE DOCTOR WHO INJECTS IT. It is a wonderful product if injected in the right amount and the right place. This doctor saved me from a very bad Juvederm experience.

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Please tell us the good doctors' names and addresses. I mean the real experienced ones.
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He is Dr. Arlette at Total Skin Care Centre, in Calgary Alberta, Canada
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Thank you "tried but failed." I am sorry that you too had a bad experience. In my situation I believe that sometimes something good comes out of the bad. I trusted this new Doctor, who saved my face, to adminster what they call "soft lift" which is a combination of Botox and Juvederm in different areas of the face. I had no side effects whatsoever, minimal down time that no one noticed. He also did what the other doctor failed to do in my teartroughs. I am very happy with the result and will continue to go to this new doctor who is very experienced. Cheers
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I too am happy to hear a happy ending! As with Eyeschicago, I had filler dissolved in error when the real issue was pseudo hernitated fat pads from botox in the crows feet area. However, I did have a hypersensitivity reaction to hyaluronidase and I also got post inflammatory hyperpigmenation from the hyaluronidase that remains now 11 months later. I agree with Eyeschicago that I do not think it is the best product for the skin, but in emergency situations like yours, desperate33 it seems to have done the trick! Awesome news. Cheers, K
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It's nice to see a happy ending, too! I kind of regret my post criticizing hyaluronidase. Although I do think it is not the best thing I could have done for my skin, at the time I did not realize what my real problem was (and which I've written about elsewhere) resulting from botox to crows feet. Hope all continues to go well for you ...
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Thank you "eyeschicago" It has been two weeks now since I had the hyaluronadase, my eyes look normal again and you cannot tell that I had all this trauma two weeks ago. I never thought that my story was going to have a happy ending..
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I'm glad you had such a great result! Best to you.
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