Bruising after Juvederm Injections
From your photos it appears that you have minimal bruising that are not uncommon after any injectable procedure. It can take up to 3 to 4 weeks to resolve. Arnica can be helpful to reduce the swelling and bruising.
Discoloration After fillers
It appears from your photos that you have a bruise that is resolving form the fillers. You can use Arnica both topically and orally to help resolve this. Best, Dr. Green
What you are experiencing is most likely bruising. Which can take anywhere from a week to 10 days to resolve. If, however, things haven't changed at that point, then call your surgeon for an evaluation. Best, Dr. Nazarian
Discoloration After Juvederm
Mostly likely this is merely bruising from the injection, which is common and should subside over time. There is also a slight possibility that this may be due to the injection being too suerficial (tyndall effect). I doubt this is a tyndall effect, but without evaluating in person it is impossible to be certain. You just need to address this with your treating physician to get peace of mind. Hope this helps.
The best person to help you is your treating physician. I suggest you see them in person or see another board certified surgeon or physician in your area. An in-person evaluation is needed to adequately evaluate your situation and options.
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This looks like bruising from the injection, which is very common occurrence from needle injections. If you are concerned about how your fillers look, I would return to your injector for evaluation. These bruises will dissapte in time.
From your photo, this does appear to be a mild bruise and not the Tyndall effect. The Tyndall effect occurs when some fillers are injected too superficially in the skin, causing the filler to reflect light with a bluish discoloration. Usually it is accompanied by some lumpiness. Your discoloration should resolve on its own in the next 7-10 days. Best of luck.
Blue/yellow discoloration on NLF after Juvederm injection
From your picture, it looks like you have bruising. It is common for the bruising to last 7 - 10 days after the injection. If you are concerned, it is always best to go for evaluation with your injecting physician.
Weird blue/yellow discoloration on nasolabial folds after Juvederm. Any suggestions? (photos)
This is NOT the Tyndall effect! It is the brusing caused by injections. Best to return to see your injecting doctor to understand needle injury to skin can cause a bruise...
Looking at the photo, it appears that you have some bruising that is showing through. (Bruises can take a couple of days to surface.) The Tyndall effect tends to have a lighter blue color. Hopefully the bruising will clear and everything will be fine. If it is not, and it persists you can have your injector dissolve the Juvederm. Another option is to wait. It will eventually go away on its own, but this will take 9 to 12 months.