Strange peak post Juvederm lip injections? (photos)
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Swelling day 1 after lip injections
This can all be considered within normal swelling limits after injection. I wouldn't be concerned at this point. Sleep elevated and limit strenuous activities today. Wait the 10 days for things to settle out prior to getting concerned.
Swelling after Lip Injections
It is common to have swelling after lip augmentation. Swelling in the lips takes 2 weeks to subside to see your final result. I would suggest icing the treated area and gently massaging any lumps you may feel. Return to your injector after two weeks if you still have any concerns.
Swelling after lip filler
It is very common to have swelling post lip injections. It is best to wait a few weeks and then return to your injector for a follow up.
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Peak After Juvederm Lip Fillers
It is not uncommon to see swelling after lip fillers. My recommendations would be to wait 2 weeks before full results can be seen. All the best.
Fillers to lips
At one day out, the lips can be quite swollen. You should give it several days for it to settle. Best of luck.
Swelling after lip injections
It appears to be swelling associated with the injections. It can take up to two weeks for this to completely resolve. I would suggest icing the area and gently massaging any lumps you feel. Return to your injector after two weeks if you still have concerns.
Hi ~ Filler injections into the lips often causes significant swelling. This is normal and the majority of the swelling will resolve over the next 5-7 days. It is important to follow your post injection instructions from your injector. If you still have this issue after two weeks then discuss with your injector.
The lips tend to swell. I would give this a week or so. If it doesn't go down then I would go to my injector and have them remove some of it. Juvaderm is a thick filler. Next time you may want to try restalyne silk in your lips. Hope this helps and best of luck.
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