Yes, Voluma can be easily dissolved with a Hyaluronidase injection, but since you just had it done, I would advise that you wait. You are quite possibly still swollen and when this resolves, things will hopefully look fine.
Time and massage will help some.
Hyaluronidase injections such as Vitrase can help dissolve the Voluma also.
Too much Juvederm Voluma injected.
Thank you for your question and I am sorry that your results have not been what you anticipated. I would allow your results to settle and mature for 2 weeks after treatment, but if they remain unchanged the Voluma can be dissolved with a separate medication termed a hyaluronidase. Hope this helps.
Acne Scarring -- Requires a Combination of Fractional Laser Resurfacing, Fillers Like Bellafill, Subcision and Eclipse Micropen
Acne scarring requires a combination treatment for best results, voluma can be used but if too much is injected it needs to be reversed with hyaluronidase. Best, Dr. Emer.
Voluma is not a good choice for acne scars. It's too bulky a filler. You can have it dissolved with Hyaluronidase. Make sure you find an experienced injector next time.
There are better options for trying to lessen the appearance of a scar than Voluma. That being said, it can be easily dissolved without leaving you lumpy. It should dissolve completely, leaving you with exactly what you had before injection.
Voluma is not the best filler for filling acne scars so I believe you will want this dissolved. The dissolving works very well and all of the lumpiness will resolve. Sorry that you had to go through this. Good luck.
Voluma is composed of hyaluronic acid. There is an enzyme called hyaluronidase that can dissolve the product quite rapidly. I would recommend you wait a full two weeks to allow any residual swelling to resolve. If you are still unhappy at that point, return to your injector and they should be able to dissolve it for you by injecting hyaluronidase. Good luck.
Payman Kosari, MD, FAAD