Post-injection vision problems and pain
I agree with the other physicians here. Everyone wants to jump ship when an issue arises, but the BEST thing you can do in these instances is go see the surgeon who injected you. I know I would want to see you back - in fact I always follow-up with my patients afterwards to check on them. If you trusted him/her enough to inject, then give them the benefit of the doubt that they can manage any problems postoperatively or post-injection. If they don't help, then ask them for a referral. Chances are they know someone they trust who is good.
Vision problems or pain after fillers
it sounds as if something else is going on. from filler injection causing problems with the vessels around the eyes there is immediate pain with injection and often quick loss of vision or blurriness. this sounds like you have something else unrelated to the filler injection. Please see an ENT, general physician or neurologist for an evaluation.
There can be loos of vision with injections almost anywhere in the face. When this occurs the vessel is injected, resulting in immediate eye pain and complete loss of vision. The area of injection is also affected with whitening of the skin and usually scabbing and pain. So whatever you are experiencing is not from the injections. Since you went to an oculoplastic surgeon, go back and ask them to take a look. They are also ophthalmologist.
Injections of semi-solid or particulates close to the eye can result in amaurosis (partial or complete loss of sight) if injected into a vessel. Such an injection could embolize to the eye creating the problem which is most often not reversible. If the problem continues, I suggest you see an ophthalmologist who is a retina specialist. jlr