It’s not uncommon to have some swelling and bumpiness following Juvederm injections in the lips. It is usually temporary and might take 2-3 week to resolve. If the swelling is resolved your injector should be able to advise if you should continue massaging it or consider hyaluronidase to dissolve excess Juvederm.
At this point after the injection, neither swelling or bruising can explain the lump which is likely due to injection technique. I would have some hyaluronidase injected to improve the lump. Hyaluronidase is not an exact science so to say and it may dissolve some of the filler you want to keep. The Juvederm, of course, can be reinjected. Lip filler injection results typically last anywhere from 3-9 months depending on the patient, type of filler used, and whether there was concomitant Botox injection. Good luck.
Bump after lip augmentation
The wonderful aspect of injecting the lips with Juvederm is the characteristic the filler can be dissolved. If you have a small bump from your lip augmentation, it can be removed by injecting the vitrasse or hyaluronidase. It's possible that it may dissolve filler outside the area and take away from the overall result of lip augmentation. If that occurs, you may require additional injections in the lips. I would wait at least 1 to 2 weeks before re-injecting the lips after injection of hyaluronidase
It is only going to improve with hyaluronidase or time. It is possible with accurate placement that the bump could be improved but the filler in the lips will not be affected in some cases. Treating with hyaluronidase is not an exact science so it might dissolve filler you wanted to keep.
The most common cause is the Juvederm. You should allow your surgeon to inject the hyaluronidase which will reduce the lump within a day or two. If you have an asymmetry after a week, you may re-inject Juvederm to reduce it. I do not inject more to hide an over-injection.
Best of luck.
The lump is likely filler product. Focused use of hyaluronidase may help dissolve this without dissolving other product in the lips.
Early complication of dermal filler
Hi, Sorry that you have developed a lump. It is quite normal to feel a lump on the site of fillers 3 to 15 days post treatment. Check for redness, infections or drainage from the site after the mentioned period. If yes, A course of antibiotic is recommended for infectious nodule. Otherwise ,very minimal dose of hyaluronidase or steroid injection on the lesion is advised if there are no signs of infection.