Hyaluronidase can reverse the hyaluronic acid fillers and restore your facial contours. Judicious use of the product is advised.
Thank you for your question. Hyaluronidase is a great product for dissolving dermal fillers, when used correctly. Ensure you are working with an expert injector who you trust.
Voluma is a fabulous filler. However, as with all facial fillers, experienced injectors give great results whereas others often over treat and need to be dissolved. I would recommend you consult an experienced injector and have the product dissolved. Once it is all dissolved you can consider your options and get re-injected properly.
The second most common filler is Hyaluronidase.....
This is to quote a very well known Dermatologist, and my mentor. I always have a few mixes of this 'dissolver' in stock, and is very easy to use. I often correct other people's filler 'mistakes', and very very rarely my own.
This can be placed into the area that you want corrected, if there is a lot to be dissolved, bruising may occur, but this is super rare if only a small area needs to be revised.
Once corrected, filler can be used in the area to rebuild the volume. Hyaluronidase is a safe and common practice for all filler injectors.
DR Davin Lim
Laser and Cosmetic Dermatologist
Correcting Bad Voluma Injections
Voluma is a great
filler and most people have great volumizing results when it is used correctly.
To make sure that you are getting the best results that are possible, you
should always have this done in an office of a board-certified dermatologist or
plastic surgeon. These docs know the anatomy of the face better than anyone and
know how best to inject this and in fact, all fillers. If you do not like the
results of Voluma, or any hyaluronic acid filler, we do have a great antidote –
hyaluronidase. I would not hesitate to tell you to have this injected into the
area that you are bothered with, but you need to make sure that the injector of
this, as well, is well skilled and well versed on how best to use
Dissolve filler or wait it out
You can dissolve hyaluronic acid filler with Vitrase/hyaluronidase. I have had no problems with this product but I have a lot of experience with it. In my opinion, a good injector will know how to use hyaluronidase, but that's going on the assumption you have a good injector to begin with. No, you don't have to remove the filler. You can leave it there and have it go away on its own. Or you can see other doctors for opinions too. The filler will resolve on its own. Or it can be removed safely by an expert.
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