Thank you for your question
The multiple lumps as you describe result from technique.
You can get those dissolved with Vitrase.
Thank you for your question and photograph. It seems
like the product was superficially injected or too much product was placed in
that area, resulting in bumps. Hopefully, Juvederm can be dissolved with an
enzyme called hyaluronidase. I recommend you follow up with your
injector to do the necessary treatments. All the best!
I suggest reversing the fillers if you are unhappy. this can easily be done in the office with hyaluronidase injection. Best, Dr. Emer.
Temporary lumps or bumps can occur after injection of fillers to the lips; these are often swelling around the product and reduce after a few days. Longer lasting and visible bumps are usually due to product being placed too superficially or too large amount placed in one location. Thankfully, fillers such as juvederm can be reduced in as little as a few hours with injection of hyaluronidase. Although not likely, if the nodule doesn't respond to hyaluronidase, it may need to injected with steroids or excised.
Thank you for your question and photograph. At one month after injection it is unlikely that these lumps will soften or disappear on their own and best to have them dissolved with the use of another injectable medicine termed hyaluronidase. Hope that this helps.
I would recommend you return to your treating physician and they can dissolve the Juvederm with Hyaluronidase.
If these are from Juvederm then you can have them dissolved with hyaluronidase. May need 1-2 injections and can be done by person who did the injections.
Thank you for sharing your photo. I am sorry you are experiencing superficially placed Juvederm. The good news is hyaluronic acid fillers (#Juvederm, #Vobella, #Volift, #Voluma, #Restylane, #RestylaneLyft, #RestylaneSilk, #Emervel, #Belotero) can all be dissolved with hyaluronidase injection. No excision or surgery is needed. If left alone, it may take several years to resolve.
Please return to your board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon for correction.
Best of luck,
Suneel Chilukuri, M.D.
#Allergan, #Galderma, #Merz, #filler, #fillercomplication, #hyaluronidase, #Wydase, #Hylenex, #aging, #antiaging, #RefreshDermatology
Youcan have your surgeon make small nick and express it out or have him inject some hyaluronidase into the lumps to help dissolve them or just simply wait.
Only Hyaluronidase injections can effectively improve the injections of Juvederm. Find an expert injector. Fees around $500.