Can juvederm be injected into a vein or Maxillary glands by accident?
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Thank you for your question. It could be possible your physician injured the infraorbital nerve. The will improve over time. If this does not improve you can have it dissolved with hyaluronidase. It is best to use cannulas in this area. Best of Luck!
It is best to return to your injector for an evaluation, especially since the symptoms have not yet resolved and it has been a few months since your treatment was done. If needed hyaluronidase can be injected to dissolve the product.
Intermittent swelling and pain in right maxillary area after injection
It is possible the infraorbital nerve was injured. It will usually gradually improve with time. If it doesn't, hyaluronidase might make things better. I assume this was a needle injection technique. I use cannulas for this area for safety reasons.
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