I had my lips filled w/ Juvederm and now there is unevenness, hard, rock-like bumps that's throws off my lip symmetry. (photo)
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Doctor Answers 11
Bumps following Juvederm treatment
Injection Bumps in Lips
Juvederm and lumps
Juvederm lumps are evident and they can resolve after another week. If the lumps are still there after two weeks I would return to your treating physician to dissolve these lumps. Best, Dr. Green
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Juvederm - now my lips are lumpy
- You are still swollen -
- Please wait 2 weeks and don't squeeze your lips.
- Let the doctor who treated you know your concern - and schedule a follow up appointment for 2 weeks from the day of treatment for evaluation and, if necessary, correction.
Always consult a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
Hope you find this information helpful. Best wishes.
I had my lips filled w/ Juvederm and now there is unevenness, hard, rock-like bumps that's throws off my lip symmetry.
When it comes to lip filler there can be a lot of swelling. If you have hard areas you may have had a little bruise there. Since you are only 5 days out the best recommendation is to give it more time. By 2 weeks you will have a better idea of what your result is going to be. At 2 weeks if there is still unevenness then you can have a repeat injection on the less full side. If at 2 weeks you don't like the result then you can have the hyaluronidase injection and remove the product. You could then start the process over and consider a different injector if you'd like. Be sure to express your concerns with your injector as well to see what options you have.
I hope this helps and good luck.
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