Thanks for your question, and I'm sorry to hear you have had this problem after your Juvederm injections. I always recommend patients have injections given in offices of board-certified dermatologists or plastic surgeons. We understand the anatomy the best of anyone, and we know which fillers work best in what areas that are being injected. Juvederm is usually not one’s first choice in this area; Belotero and Restylane Silk, given by skilled injectors, work best here. Your problem should be corrected by injection of hyaluronidase to remove the filler that is in the area, and then we would recommend, as Dr. Emer suggests, you have a vascular laser or an IPL done – by someone skilled – to help reduce the problem.
I hope you will find the right person to help correct the concern.
It does appear that you have significant swelling from your under eye juvederm injections. Juvederm is not the best product to use in this area. I agree with recommendations to reduce the product using hyaluronidase. I also strongly suggest being treated by an injector who has a great deal of experience treating this area. While some injectors have their preferences, there is no scientific information to confirm that cannulas are superior to needles in terms of safety or outcome.
This can happen after an injection.Heat and massage and I recommend vitamin K cream.Also after injections applying ice helps.
I am sorry that you are having concerns about your procedure
and thanks for sharing your question. I can appreciate your
Both products should help to improve the
bruising. GNC has many alternatives. I prefer the pills over the ointments. Usually
the dosing is 1 pill 3 to 5 times a day.
Finally, make sure that your doctor is
aware of your process. He should be able to guide you best in your care. If your
injector is not a board certified plastic surgeon, make sure that you get one.
Wishing you the best in your journey
You should have this reduced and lasered to remove the bruise. Wait a few more weeks then use cannulas and a different filler. Best, Dr. Emer.
The wrong product and wrong technique were used. I'm sorry about that. Bruising can be helped with a vascular laser, but only before 2 days. I don't think the swelling will get better without dissolving it. Juvederm tends to stay puffy in tear troughs. I'd probably go elsewhere to get things improved.