Thank you for sharing your question. Restylane works well and is unlikely to cause a problem when injected into the glabella area. If you were to have had a complication, it would have occurred the day of injection. Make sure experienced physicians perform your treatments.
Because you are three weeks post-injection, you should not worry. Any adverse reactions will occur shortly after the injection, although swelling may persist. It takes 10-14 days to see optimal results. Please see an expert for any further concerns. Best, Dr. Emer
Blindness after filler between the eyebrows usually occurs during or immediately after the injection. You're three weeks out and have already been evaluated by an Ophthalmologist. You don't have any cause to worry. I hope this information is helpful for you.
Stephen Weber MD, FACS
Denver Facial Plastic Surgeon
you have nothing to worry about. You received your injection few weeks ago and you are fine. there is no report of any adverse reaction few weeks after injection of fillers. usually all the adverse reactions appear within few hours or days.
Thank you for your question. At the point your are not at risk for developing blindness from your injection 3 weeks ago. Blindness, are rare occurrence, comes from inadvertent embolization of product into a blood vessel. The result is loss of blood supply at the end organ, in this case the eye, which can result in blindness. It is more likely that the pressure you are experiencing is related to the botox injections.
Best of Luck
Since you had the Restylane and Botox treatment to your glabella 3 weeks ago, you should not develop any blindness. In the extremely rare occurrence of blindness following injection of fillers to the glabella, there is normally immediate pain during the injection and visual loss soon after.