I had filler injected under eyes and should last a year (Photo)
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Thank you for your question. Juvederm is not the appropriate filler to be used in the tear trough area as it attracts a lot water and causes edema. The best filler for this area is Restylane as it is thinner filler and attracts less water. Typically, I use cannulas for this area for safety and less bruising. I recommend following up with your injector as he/she may want to dissolve the filler with hyaluronidase. Best of Luck!
I would recommend an examination and see if you are a candidate for tear trough fillers. Make sure you find a reputable injector.
Puffiness after emergency surgery
Hopefully the emergency surgery went well and you're doing well otherwise. If the puffiness around your eye is still a problem, a doctor may need to dissolve the excess filler.
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I would recommend you have a consult who has experience with tear trough injections and can dissolve the filler for you with hyaluronidase.
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This is a too familiar story. This is why Juvederm is not the right choice for this area. It should be dissolved with hyaluronidase. See link.
I had filler injected under eyes and should last a year
Thank you for sharing your question and I am sorry to hear of your filler issues. By two years your JVD should have dissolved but if you feel persistent filler you can have it dissolved with hyaluronidase. See your injector for an in-person examination to determine the cause of your puffiness and to discuss treatment options. Best wishes.
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