Under eye filler created second bag
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Bags from Fillers NYC
One of the problems that I see with under eye injections is (1) too much produce (2) poor placement (3) wrong filler (4) poor patient section. Without a photo it is difficult to assess which is your case. Please consult an experienced dermatologist to dissolve the product for you. Best, Dr. Green
Unhappy with under eye filler
Imperfections with under eye filler can be reversed with hyaluronidase, an enzyme that dissolves the hyaluronic acid filler. It will not damage your normal tissue.
Best of luck,
Dr. Michelle Yagoda
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Since three weeks have already passed, it is very possible that what you are experiencing may persist. And because there is very little mechanical pressure under the eyes, the results of treatment with fillers here may possibly persist for several years--a very desirable outcome when the results, as they most often do, yield an immediate "Wow!" reaction.
Since you are unfortunately so unhappy and distressed, it would seem reasonable to wait just a bit more time to see if there is any improvement spontaneously, and if not, or if not sufficient improvement, to seek treatment with hyaluronidase to dissove the filler, after which you may be subsequently retreated properly.
Injecting the delicate tissues around the eyes is not to be left to the hands of novice injectors accustomed to injecting ordinary laugh lines with fillers. So be sure to seek out a board certified aesthetic physician and make certain to ask to see his/her before and after photos. Good luck.
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