I got a belotero lip filler last Thursday and its left ridges in my lips as if it's not spred properly there quite hard and look horrible its making me regret getting them does will this go down please ? They look okt when my mouth is closed but as soon as I talk they are bumpy
Lip filler - I got a belotero lip filler last Thursday and its left ridges in my lips. (photos)
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Ridges after lip filler treatment
Dear bedford123,It is common to have lumps and bumps after injections. Your best plan would be to wait the complete 14 days after procedure until all of your swelling has settled down. Then, if there are any lumps/bumps/ridges, you can easily reverse that area with a small amount of hylenex. Any time earlier than that, you may be trying to reverse a swollen tissue rather than a misplaced product. Good luck!
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