I would wait 2 weeks to see how the botox takes effect. It appears there is irregularity with that at this point. The filler can be reversed if you do not like it. I typically do not do these treatments on same day in this area. Best, Dr. Emer.
You require some adjustment of your Botox and filler. Please return to your doctor for assessment and further treatment.
Thanks for your question. Based on your photos, there are two possibilities. First, is that you need a few more units of botox to reduce the motion of that muscle as there is residual activity.
The other possibility is that the filler looks fine when in a relaxed position, but is moving with the muscle when you make an expression. This can be addressed by messaging the area, but I would speak to your injector first. Good luck!
You still have some mentalist muscle movement in the chin. It is exposing the filler when contracting. You should wait up to 2 weeks for the Botox to fully take effect and for the swelling to come down from your injections. If you still have issues after this time, go back to your injector for proper adjustments. Don't despair. Your appearance will improve, whether it be with more Botox, massage of the filler, hyaluronidase to dissolve the filler, or letting things go back to your normal baseline with the passage of time. Best of luck.
Thank you for your question and for sharing your photographs. Sorry to hear that you are having some concerns about your postprocedure appearance. Based on your photographs, it looks like the area may have been overfilled. Please express your concerns to your injector. Gentle massage may be beneficial. Please allow 2 weeks for any normal postprocedure swelling and bruising to resolve and to see your final result. At that point, any unwanted filler can be easily removed with hyaluronidase. Best wishes!
I have seen this before and I believe what it is in incomplete relaxation of the mentalis muscle with the Botox. I would schedule a followup with your injector and have him/her take a look at it.It can easily be corrected with Botox into the part of the muscle that is still active. He/she will also probably massage the filler along the chin and jawline. I hope this helps you. Sorry to hear about your experience.