This looks infected. You need to go see your doctor, have the filler dissolved with hyaluronidase, have the area cultured, and be treated for the infection. Since this question was posted a couple days ago, I hope you have already gone, been treated and are feeling better. If not, please don't wait any longer.
Lip Swelling and Possible Infection
I am concerned that you have an infection that needs to be treated. I would return immediately to your treating dermatologist for examination. Best, Dr. Green
Very large & painful lumps on bottom lip after injections that seem to be getting worse rather than better. Suggestion?
This seems to be more than just normal swelling. You may need to have the filler dissolved and be treated for an infection.
Although unusual, it appears that you do have an infection in the lip. This could be bacterial or herpetic. You need to have the filler removed and have a culture done. Then your doctor can start the appropriate treatment.
Very large & painful lumps on bottom lip after injections that seem to be getting worse rather than better. Suggestion? (photo)
Thank you for your pictures and questions. I have to disagree with your doctors and do feel that your lower lip has become infected I would recommend seeking a second in-person evaluation by a board certified plastic surgeon for possible dissolution of your filler and initiation of antibiotics. You may require an incision and drainage of the lip if there is pus encountered on exam. Hope this helps and best wishes.
Tender swelling lips 2 weeks after injection
This is concerning given the fact that it is delayed in presentation, getting more swollen and tender. You need to see another physician rather quickly for evaluation for possible infection.
Dr H Karamanoukian
Lip swollen 2 weeks after injection
This is unusual and appears to be infected. It definitely needs to be dissolved and possibly drained. The sooner the better IMO.