I had Belotero injected under my eyes 2 and a half years ago, one eye has a blue, fluid filled looking bag under it.
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Dr H Karamanoukian
Blue fluid filled bag under the eyes
Belotero and Side Effects
I would recommend that you see if more product can be reversed with Vitrase. I have seen these reactions last longer then expected. Lasers, Microneedling, and all other treatments will be a waste of your money and time. Please keep us posted and consult an expert with cosmetic injections to inject this delicate under eye area. Best, Dr. Green
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In your case, you may have residual, superficial product that is causing a Tyndall effect and edema. I suggest treating the specific area with hyaluronidase to see if you have improvement. You will typically notice an improvement within 20 to 60 minutes if the Belotero is the cause of the bluish discoloration and edema.
Another possible cause for your described symptoms is a vein that is located under the eye. If this is case, please consult with a dermatologic or plastic surgeon laser specialist to inquire if you are a candidate for treatment with a long pulse Nd:YAG laser.
Best of luck,
Suneel Chilukuri, M.D.
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