For now, I would advise you to wait for another week. At which point, all swelling should have subsided and you can judge your final outcome. If you still feel that your bottom lip is to big, make an appointment to see your surgeon for a touch up. There may, however, be a charge for this. Best, Dr. Nazarian
Juviderm Lip Augmentation
Thank you for posting your photographs with your questions. It appears that your lower lip was quite full, before you had your lips injected with Juviderm. As you know, the lower lip should always be larger than your upper lip. Since it has only been 10 days since you were injected, I recommend that you wait another week to allow any swelling to resolve, before you return to your original lip injector. At that time it will be clear whether you need anything at all or additional filler in the central portion of your upper lip for balance. Sometimes, early on, lip swelling and small bruises can distort the lips. You can look on the internet and in beauty magazines for examples of the size and shape of the lips that you desire and show your lip injector. Also, small bumps can be massaged ,if necessary. Best wishes, Dr. Richard Swift
Juvederm in the lips
The lips look a bit unbalanced. I would wait about two weeks and if there are still lumps and unevenness you need to have the lips corrected. Best, Dr. Green
Post juvederm to lips
Some people will get lumpy for a couple of weeks after lip injections, especially if you had any bruising. You can also often feel lumps in the lip, which is fine if they aren't visible. You always want your lower lip larger than the upper, which you had pre injection. So wait a bit - and if still uneven in the lower you can have it removed. If the lower starts to look more even, get a little in the upper for balance.
If you have more filler in the lower lip, then I would give it a few more days to settle down. If the lower lip is much bigger than the upper, you can have more in the upper lip to better balance the two. Best to discuss with your injector.
It is possible that you still have some swelling from the injection. Proportionally, it is typical for the lower lip to be more full than the upper, but if you are bothered by the appearance, then talk with the doctor that injected you and see if he feels that reversal of the filler may be needed to get the result you desire.
Thank you for your question.
I would recommend contacting your doctor that performed the Juvederm. It is better in these situations to see you in person and discuss what can be done further to help you get your best result. Good luck.