You should go have the filler reversed, I do not appreciate the cosmetic benefit here. Even if it is something that will go away on its own, there is no reason to keep it in my opinion. I would seek a different injector. As for the wrinkles, the ones you are pointing out will not be treated by Botox injections alone and you will need laser treatments to help your skin laxity/thinning. Best, Dr. Emer.
Restylane will metabolize over the course of a few months. Or you can have Hayluronidase injected but it is costly. Final why NOT BOTOX injected???
Adding volume to an area will sometimes pull the skin there differently. Because there is now more volume, the skin has to move differently and so it is pulling in a way that is creating lines for you. I don't know what you looked like before the procedure, but I would recommend you follow-up with your injector after another week to discuss the outcome. It can take about 2 weeks for all swelling to resolve, so in another week perhaps some of the issues you see will have been fixed with more time. You can have hyaluronidase injected to dissolve the product, but I would not do that until the 2 week timeline has passed.
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Schedule a follow up with your injector and have the area massaged. If massage does not smooth out the bumps, you may require a hyaluronidase injection to dissolve the product.
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