Redness on cheeks 9 days post juvederm injection normal? (photos)
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Redness after Filler
It is possible to have some redness after injection and could take up to 2 weeks to take full effect. It is also possible to get an infection rare but possible. If you have concerns you may want to contact the injector to make an appointment to answer any questions and concerns you may have. Thank you for your question.
Redness after Juvederm Injection
It is difficult to assess your condition from the photos. Some redness can occur after Juvederm injections. It should improve over the next few weeks. If you do not feel your condition is getting better I would contact your treating physician. Best of Luck!
Evaluating for Infection After Fillers
Though infection after fillers is rare, it can happen occasionally. Some degree of redness after injections is expected, but after 9 days I would recommend returning to your injection (who is hopefully a physician) to be evaluated for the possibility of an infection. Best wishes.
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Redness post Juvederm
Thank you for your question. I would recommend you return to you injector for an evaluation to rule out the possibility of infection.
Redness 9 days after Juvederm
This is obviously not normal and needs evaluation. It has nothing to do with cannulas. It might be infected and needs an exam.
Some redness and tingling is typical after an injection and can last 1-2 weeks after your procedure. I recommend speaking to your injector. If you're unhappy with final results after that time, you can have it dissolved and try a different technique next time. These symptoms though make me think of vascular compromise and you should be evaluated immediately. See an expert. Best, Dr. Emer
Redness after Juvederm
Hello, and thanks for your question and photo. It's a little difficult to say exactly what is happening in the provided photos. So something and redness can occur after the procedure you had, but should improve over the course of a couple of weeks. If this does not resolve in the next week or so I'd follow up with your physician to get a better idea of what's going on. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
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