3 weeks after Juvederm under eyes. Should I dissolve it? (Photos)
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Bump after Juvederm
Filler at 3 weeks
3 weeks post juvederm
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Juvederm in the tear trough
Thank you for your question aliskin. I am sorry to hear about your situation. Juvederm draws more water into the area than Restylane. In the tear troughs I prefer Restylane. The great thing about hyaluronic acid fillers is that they can be reversed. Swelling from fillers typically lasts up to two weeks but sometimes it can last longer. Please follow up with your doctor for specific recommendations. Good luck!
Juvederm to lower lids - now have bumps
- Bumps under the eyes from filler can be from fluid, too much filler or a biofilm infection.
- Juvederm holds water (this makes it an excellent filler but not ideal for the lower lids),
- Whether your problem is too much filler or a Juvederm/water effect, it is best to dissolve the filler.
- Biofilms (infections on the filler) are less common but dissolving the material can also resolve the biofilm.
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