I had Perlane under my right eye to raise my lower eyelid and match it with the other but it was overcorrected
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Parlane Injections To The Lower Eyelid
Around the eyes, we prefer to use products like Belotero, which have a lower chance of causing lumpiness of the skin, or producing the Tyndall effect. Should injectables fail to achieve the aesthetic changes you seek, I would counsel you to consider a lower blepharoplasty, perhaps in concert with a lateral canthopexy.
Perlane under eyes
I'm sorry you had a problem with this filler. If an HA was incorrectly injected under the eyes it can cause long lasting swelling - years - and it absolutely should be dissolved by Hyaluronidase so it does not stretch out the skin and leave laxity. Assuming the product was correctly placed, however, Perlane lasts for 12-18 months. I would recommend having it all dissolved, using larger amounts of hyaluronidase if needed. The hyaluronidase can be mixed with lidocaine if you find it painful. I recommend cannula use for under eye injections AND for under eye Hyaluronidase injections. You will get no or little bruising if you use a cannula here. I think it's better to correct the issue completely in this case, and if you want your injector can go back in with a different filler later (I use Belotero, Restylane or Juvederm Ultra in this area, as I find Perlane too thick for directly under the eyes).
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