Any time you have any changes in vision you should see an ophthalmologist. Since it has been several days and your vision is intact, likely this is OK, but see an ophthalmologist to assure no problems.
Eye Change After Fillers and Botox
I suggest you see an eye physician immediately, if your vision has any changes after fillers around the eyes it should be looked at right away. Best, Dr. Emer.
Voluma should not be causing your symptoms, but you should go see an Ophthalmologist immediately for an exam to be sure you are not experiencing a retinal injury.
Visual issues after voluma
Voluma in the cheek is not going to cause these sort of visual issues. If a filler is injected into a blood vessel there is severe visual loss. Yours sounds like changes in the vitreous gel inside the eye, which can cause flashes and floaters. You need to have a dilated ophthalmic exam.
Eye complaints after cheek filler
I would see an Ophthalmologist soon to get an eye exam. It doesn't matter how much was placed it can still cause eye issues, particularly if a needle was used. I use cannulas for this always.
Thank you for your question and I am sorry to hear of your eye symptoms. Though extremely uncommon there are potential risks to the eye from filler placed in and around the lower eyelid. If your Voluma was placed only over your cheek it is unlikely to be causing an issue, but I would recommend having a full eye exam to ensure that no acute issues have developed. Hope that this helps.
Visual Problems after Filler
Voluma is an excellent mid-face injection and it sounds as if you had very little product injected. I would definitely consult an ophthalmologist for an eye exam since it seems unlikely that the filler is the cause of the visual problems. Please keep us posted. Best, Dr. Green