Juvederm ultra plus in nasolabial folds and Botox in DAO muscle- I look like a Joker before my wedding! Can it be fixed? (Photo)
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Problem after Juvederm and Botox
Juvederm and Botox Poor Results
Juvederm and Botox are both fabulous injections. However, they are very technique dependent. It appears as if too much product may be in the nasolabial fold or injected too high. Please consult a board certified dermatologist to have Vitrase injected to dissolve the Juvederm. The Botox will wear off in several weeks and there is no way to speed this process along. Please let me know what happens. It would be helpful to post a before photo as well to give you the best advice.
Juvederm ultra plus in nasolabial folds and Botox in DAO muscle. Can it be fixed?
Such a big day coming up! Congratulations.
It is difficult to give you a proper answer without a face-to-face examination and it is important that you return to your injector for examination to determine the cause of your "joker" smile. The good news is that you still have plenty of time for reversal of the Juvederm (by injection of hyaluronidase) or to have additional Juvederm injected if necessary. As far as the Botox is concerned there is no way to speed up the metabolism (or to erase it) but VERY CAREFUL injection of SMALL AMOUNTS of additional Botox may balance your smile to bring it back to closer to normal. I hope that over the next 6 weeks or so your muscles will regain some strength on their own so the effect is not so obvious to you and your friends.
Best of luck with this and best wishes for your upcoming wedding
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