Can my Juvederm Voluma results be dissolved and corrected with hyaluronidase? (photos)
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Can my Juvederm Voluma results be dissolved and corrected with hyaluronidase? = YES! #juvederm #voluma #hyaluronidase #drmesa
Reversal of Juvederm Voluma may require more than one treatment with the dissolving enzyme. This is because it is difficult to target precisely the location were the filler was injected. In my practice patients may require as few injection to up to 10 sessions of treatment with the enzyme to dissolve the filler (usually filler is administered by another practitioner) . I remind my patients that treatment with hyaluronidase may be associated with swelling and bruising since a needle is used to inject the enzyme ( the trauma of the needle and the reaction of dissolving the enzyme may cause that). Therefore I recommend my patients to treat with ice packs for several hours after each treatment session with dissolving enzyme.
Juvederm voluma as any other hyarulonidase base fillers can be reversed with hyaluronidase, a dissolving enzyme.
Can my Juvederm Voluma results be dissolved and corrected with hyaluronidase?
Going to another physician adds the factor that they do not know what or where it was injected, created more tension as they are guessing and if you decide to dissolve it, then you will have to pay extra for it and aging he is guessing where it is. Your best bet is always to stay with your current injector.
Hope this helps,
Dr. Gus Diaz
Juvederm Voluma and dissolving product
If you would re-post your photos perhaps we can see clearly what the problem is. Voluma can definitely be dissolved with hyaluronidase. It will just take more times to dissolve the product. Please consult a board certified dermatologist with years of experience in facial injections for the bet cosmetic results.
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However, Juvederm Voluma is a hyaluronic acid filler that can be reversed with hyaluronidase injections. It may take a series of injections to obtain the improvement you desire.
Radiesse is a calcium hydroxyapatite filler that cannot be reversed. The Radiesse will eventually dissolve over the next year or two. Hyaluronidase injections can be tried if the Radiesse was placed within the last 2 weeks but it will not have as large of an improvement as a hyaluronic acid filler. If the injections were completed more than 2 weeks ago some providers could try 5-fluorouracil or normal saline injections. However, there is no guarantee that these treatments would improve the appearance.
I recommend that you follow up with your doctor for an in person evaluation.
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