Juvederm ultra plus - tear trough. (photos)
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Juvederm ultra plus - tear trough.
Hello, and thanks for your question and photos. Sorry to hear you've been having trouble. At this point, I recommend continuing with the hyaluronidase injections in order to dissolve all remaining product. In the future, I recommend trying a different filler such as Volbella or Restylane in the area. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
Juvederm Ultra Plus And Tear Trough
Thank you for your question. I am sorry to hear about your situation. Juvederm is not a good filler for the tear trough area as it is thick and attracts water. The best filler for this delicate area is Restylane as it is a thinner filler. However, I recommend continuing with hyaluronidase injections to help dissolve the remaining Juvederm under your eyes. Remember, to make sure you are seeing an expert injector. Best of Luck!
Juvederm Ultra Plus - tear trough
Thank you for sharing your question and photographs and I am sorry that your results have not turned out as anticipated. It appears, based on your picture alone, that you may have residual JVD present in your lower eyelid, and I would recommend continued hyaluronidase treatments to dissolve what remains. Best wishes.
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Tear troughs and Fillers
Tear troughs are a very exacting place to inject and only the most qualified injectors should be injecting in this area. Juvederm is too thick a filler for this delicate area and I am sorry for your results. Consider Volbella, Restylane, or Belotero for the tear trough. Best, Dr. Green
Tear trough swelling after Juvederm
This is a problem with Juvederm in the tear trough. It absorbs too much water. Dissolving Juvederm with hyaluronidase requires: adequate dosing (75-100u), proper placement, repeated treatments, proper form of hyaluronidase (I prefer the Hylenex). If all the measures were done correctly, the next step is 5FU/Kenalog. I use Restylane with blunt cannulas in this area.
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