Are my lips even after Juvederm? (photos)
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Lips uneven after Juvederm? 3 days post procedure.
Thank you for your photos. Sometimes there may be some contour irregularities after injection. This can be due to the product placement, bruising, or other issues. You are very early in your post procedure course. In our office, we usually wait 10 to 14 days before seeing a patient back as we know there will be swelling. Swelling can be present for a while, even longer if there was any bruising. Often contour irregularities can be smoothed out. Please let your well trained, experienced injector know about your concerns.
Uneven Lips After Juvederm
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Uneven lips after Juvederm
The lips tend to swell after injections for the first 2-3 days. The swelling stays there for a few days and around day 5 the swelling begins to go away. Most of the swelling will be gone by 7-10 days. Because she was squeezing your lip, that area will tend to swell more and take a little longer to go away. After 2 weeks if you still aren't happy with the result then you can receive a little more product in the less full side. I'd recommend a facial plastic surgeon, plastic surgeon, or dermatologist for your injection.
I hope this helps and good luck.
Swelling takes time
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