Radiesse can cause swelling which will resolve on its own in 2-4 weeks. There is no reversing agent for radiesse and I would avoid steroid injections. I suggest consulting with a facial contouring specialist for correction. Radiofrequency and laser can help if you are unhappy. 5fu or saline injections are also options. Best, Dr. Emer
The before and after pictures are in two different positions so it is difficult to appreciate exactly what you are talking about. It is difficult to overfill with one syringe of Radiesse. In addition, give it a couple more weeks as when the gel carrier dissipates it should look less lumpy. I agree with the other comment that it is unlikely you are overfilled and the filler could have been misplaced. Unfortunately there is no reversal agent for Radiesse but with time the lumps will go away.
All the best
I can see that there is unevenness in the jaw and cheek area and it may not be that it is overcorrected but misplaced. Be sure you are seeing a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon and if so discuss with him what is going on and how to correct it. It can be corrected
While the hylauronic acid
fillers such as Restylane and Juvaderm can be reversed with an injection of
hylauronidase, there is no equivalent reversal agent for Radiesse. I would
suggest considering correction with adding a reversible filler to even things out,
knowing that the Radiesse will eventually all dissipate although this may take
a year or so. Good luck.