had voluma in cheeks - pulled skin down -caused deep under eye hollows and more pronounced nasolabial folds - returned nightmare
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Had voluma in cheeks - pulled skin down -caused deep under eye hollows and more pronounced nasolabial folds - returned nightmare
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Voluma and skin issues
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Redness and swelling after Voluma and Restylane
I hope the redness and swelling is better by now. Make sure to sleep elevated at 30-45 degrees until you are back to normal. Avoid salty foods, heavy exercise, alcohol and hot tubs until you are back to normal. These items can exacerbate swelling around the eyelid cheek junction. This area is tricky because of its anatomy and also because it has very poor lymphatic drainage so only the most experienced injectors should be working at the eyelid cheek junction. Do visit with your doctor and if you feel you need more information do visit another Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon with extensive experience in this area for a second opinion. Bring your before pictures with you to your consultation. Also btw direct ice sometimes causes reactive redness and swelling after its application in a delayed fashion. I hope these tidbits of information were helpful to you and wish you the best in your journey to lovely results ! Voluma is one of the best items on the market !
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Voluma and redness and swelling
Voluma is a fabulous injection for providing an immediate lift to the mid face. I can't tell from your description if you are having a side effect from the Voluma or Restylane. I would immediately return to your physician since it sounds like you may need to have the product removed through Vitrase. Please let us know what happens.
Had voluma in cheeks...
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