I have seen complications several months after injections in terms of swelling and allergic reactions. I would definitely consult your treating physician to determine the cause of the swelling. Voluma is a great product and if injected properly gives long lasting and natural results. Please consult an expert for these advanced techniques. Best, Dr. Green
Pain three months after injections
It is very unlikely that these symptoms are from your injections three months ago, I would highly recommend seeing your physician ASAP to be examined for alternative causes for your symptoms.
Dr. Quenby Erickson
Voluma is an excellent alternative to currently used fillers. We use it for restoring mid face volume in the cheek that had previously been difficult to enhance. We have seen great results lasting 12 months and more.
I would suggest you discuss your concern regarding your prior treatment with a dermatologist that has experience with Voluma. We do use it with other fillers used in different areas.Soreness after a few weeks is not common.
Thank you for your question. Yes you can have fluid accumulation after fillers for months after the procedure. Please follow up with your physician for further evaluation and management. Regards, Dr. Matt Elias
Swelling after injections -- reverse with hyaluronidase
it is possible to have swelling months after filler injections. I suggest a formal consultation with an expert as this can be reversed. Best, Dr. Emer.
Water retention after voluma
You may want to make a follow up appointment with the provider that
injected you. What you are describing is not typical 3 weeks after injections.
If you are having a reaction to the Voluma, they can dissolve the filler with
Bags under eyes 3 months after Voluma
I would go back to the injecting doc. These are not normal symptoms. It sound like the Voluma needs to be removed with hyaluronidase. It can cause edema in this area as can all HA fillers, particularly Juvederm.
The injections were in the temple and cheekbone areas between my eye socket ears. I'm experiencing severe "fluid filled bags" un
Hi, you might consider going back to the MD that injected your Voluma for a check up. These are not typically what is expected after injecting a dermal filler of any kind.
The effects of the Botox injections should be nearly gone at three mos. The fact that your symptoms didn't begin until last week would make it highly unlikely that the Voluma is the culprit. If it were, you should have had a more immediate reaction from the initial injection time. See your physician for an evaluation of what might be going on. Voluma can also be broken down with another type of injection (hyaluronidase) if necessary.