I have never in my career put 10cc of filler into a young person in barely a 3 week period. I have no idea why someone thought you needed this much filler. I would advise you at this point to return to your surgeon (and possibly consult with another board-certified injector in your area for a second opinion too), and discuss where the filler is and how to alter it to make you more like yourself. You have a significant amount of filler in there, but I also suspect you might have some Botox above the upper lip which is inhibiting your smile more.
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For starters, 10 mL of Perlane is a lot of filler! The before and after photos show an enhancement in cheek volume, which may make your eyes appear slightly smaller. The relative change in your smile requires a physical examination, but facial nerve injury with injectables is quite rare. Perhaps Botox was injected in the upper lip at the same time?. The good news is that if you don't like your result, it can be reversed with hyaluronidase injections. Based on the amount of money your have spent on injectables, I would advise that you return to your Surgeon and work through your concerns.
Do you think too much perlane was used? My eyes look smaller due to cheeks bunching into them and distorted smile
Very hard to respond to posted action/life photos. BUT why PERLANE and not Voluma??? Best to seek IN PERSON second opinions...