Nasalabial Fold lump
Sometimes the filler can find a channel under the skin and migrate. Best to wait a few weeks then have it reassessed by your provider and potentially have it dissolved with a bit of hyaluronidase
Last week I got my nasolabial fold done and by the evening I had a lump on my upper lip right at the middle point.
Thanks for your query.
It is most likely to be a collection of your filler. Try massaging it but not too much, if it doesn’t help you can get hynidase injected over there by your injector and it will go away. Hope it helps.
All The Best
Juvederm injection to nasolabial folds and complication
It seems that the filler was misplaced or that it has migrated. Either way, I would probably wait 1-2 weeks to see if things improve. If not, the filler will probably need to be reversed using hyaluronidase.
Post filler injection-lumpiness
Hi and thanks for posting your experience.I agree with a few of the other physicians who have responded to this query-you may very well be experiencing filler migration. It is reasonable to wait 2 weeks to allow for the majority of swelling to subside and then be assessed for possibly needing hyaluronidase (dissolving enzyme) injection.
Last week I got my nasolabial fold done and by evening I had a limb in the upper lip right in the middle.
Thank you for sharing your question and I am sorry that your filler results have not been what you anticipated. Based on your narrative either improper placement or filler migration has caused your upper lip filler lump. I know waiting is difficult but allow your results two weeks to mature and the filler to soften. If the lip filler remains after this time and continues to bother you talk to your injector about having it dissolved. Hope this helps.
Swelling After Fillers, Wait 2 weeks and Reverse If Unhappy
I suggest waiting a few weeks, if this doesnt resolve consider reversing the filler. Best, dr. Emer.