I'm young (23) and had a small amount of Voluma in the chin. I want to dissolve it. Can I have my original chin back?
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Voluma and Swelling or Results -- Hyaluronidase and Venus Legacy
Yes, you can dissolve the Voluma in your chin. I would normally tell you to go to your original surgeon, but since you've moved, my best advice is for you to find a board certified plastic surgeon or cosmetic dermatologist in NYC with a lot of experience with injectables.
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You absolutely can have the Voluma dissolved and it may take more than one treat with Vitrase to do this. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
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More than one dissolving sessions is possible.
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Stephen Weber MD, FACS
Denver Facial Plastic Surgeon
certainly do the trick.
Most MD's who do substantial amounts of facial injections carry Vitrase and can help you irrespective of who placed the product. I would recommend you use a board certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist and call to be sure that whomever you choose they have the product available in their office. No worries you should look great in no time
Best of Luck
If you had the Voluma injected in January, and it should be starting to dissolve at this point. I know the advertising says it can last up to two years, but that is when it is injected in large amounts. If your injecter only placed a small amount, it should go away rather quickly probably 6 months or so. I would just start massaging the area everyday. You could try to have someone inject a product to dissolve it, but that could lead to scar tissue and other problems. I would be patient, massage the area, and wait it out. Good luck.
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