3 wks post op Restylane in tear trough. I'm left with bags under my eyes that I've never had. Should I do hyalurondaise? (photo)
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Puffy eyes after Restylane
You should probably have hyaluronidase at this point. If you are going to have fillers injected in the future, I would not recommend it if you have any of the contraindications I mentioned. But if you do not have any of these factors, you might want to try Beletero, and the injector Will want to inject deeply, keep it medial, and use small amounts (only one-half to one syringe). More can be added if needed later if you do not develop swelling.
Bags after tear trough treatment with restylane
Restylane for tear trough injections
Restylane and Belotero are two great products for tear trough injections. It appears that the product may not have been placed correctly. I would return to your treating physician for evaluation and possible hyaluronidase to dissolve the product. For the best results please consult a board certified dermatologist with a great deal of experience with Restylane and Belotero under the eyes.
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