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Good Afternoon and thank you for your question. That’s wonderful to hear that you are pleased with your initial results. I always advise my patients to wait a minimum of 2 weeks to allow all swelling to subside before we can evaluate the final results. After the two week period you will have a clear idea of your final result and your physician can decide how much additional product you would need to achieve your desired results. Best of luck to you.
Thanks for your question and glad to hear you are so happy with the results. It is a great product!Probably best to wait a little longer before topping up. Minor swelling may still be present so 4 weeks would be advisable. Enjoy!Dr. Nicolas Hynes, MSc, MD, FRCS(C)Lotus Cosmetic Surgery Centre + Medispa
Wait another couple weeks
I would tell you the best thing to do would be to wait another couple weeks, let the filler settle in appropriately before deciding to do any more. At that time, then you can add as much volume as you like. You may also find that you would be happy just by adding a little more for definition, etc. It really depends on how things settle. Best of luck.
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I suggest waiting two weeks and then going for 1ml of Juvederm. That would probably give you enough volume. Juvederm comes in 2 sizes in the US - 1ml and .4ml. The .4ml size is really not enough for any significant difference. I've done hundreds of lips :-)
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Great to hear that you are happy with your results. It's hard to determine whether you need more filler without a seeing photos. Generally, I would recommend you wait 2 weeks for any swelling and bruising to resolve before deciding on additional filler injection. Good luck!
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