3.5 months after radiesse in tear troughs, will these lumps ever go away? (photo)
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Lumps From Radiesse Resolve Completely, But It May take Several Months
The lumps are more noticeable under thin skin and where there is less tissue thickness to inject into, like tear troughs. The lumps will eventually go away by themselves, but you can speed up the process somewhat by massaging the lump gently each day, or by having some local anesthetic or saline solution injected into the lump. The anesthetic just keeps it comfortable during the injection, but the liquid helps to separate the particles and flatten the lump. The injections may need to be repeated a few times. Sometimes, injecting additional filler, of the hyaluronic acid type, around the lump helps to hide it.
I don't think this will get better on its own... ask your doctor about Hyaluronidase. This can dissolve the juvaderm or restylane.
3.5 months after radiesse in tear troughs, will these lumps ever go away?
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The lumpiness you have will not go away, you may need to wait one year to one year and a half and hope it will go away.
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