If you are unhappy with the filler that was injected since too much product was used I would definitely have it dissolved with Vitrase. It may take a few sessions to dissolve the product in the area. Next time consider Belotero which is thinner and may be better for you in that delicate under eye area. Best, Dr. Green
Thank you for your question. I would visit with an experienced plastic surgeon who uses hyaluronidase to address the under eye filler complications. This usually requires a detailed understanding of the underlying anatomy. Hyaluronidase can be used to soften the over corrected look, but this is even more of an art to inject than fillers.
Good question! Sorry to hear about your experience with Restylane. Restylane is a synthetic version of hyaluronic acid, a substance naturally
produced by the body which gives the skin its youthful volume and
elasticity. It can be dissolved with hyaluronidase. Find a board certified plastic surgeon and/or certified nurse injector.
Restylane is easily dissolved using hyaluronidase in this area. It is not uncommon to see too much filler placed in this delicate area and I would seek out someone who is an expert in this area to perform this procedure. You will see improvement in less than 24 hours.
Dear Dawn, Thank you for posting your question, for an all to familiar problem. Injecting Restylane, which is a hyaluronic acid gel, in the lower eyelid tear troughs is very technique dependent. Bruising, swelling and visible bumps can occur. Fortunately, Restylane can be dissolved with hyaluronidase, which dissolves hyaluronic acid. Please see an experienced Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who can evaluate you during your consultation and most likely inject you with hyaluronidase to dissolve the excess Restylane. Best wishes, Dr. Richard Swift
Restylane is hyaluronic acid and can be dissolved with hyaluronidase. You need to be sure you are in the right hands youy should see a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon
Any HA filler can be dissolved with Hylaurondiase but it is in need of a true expert and has a very high costs. Plus from reading all your postings you seem to have had many issues with cosmetic surgery/medicine, maybe you need to go very slowly from now on to try to avoid all your posted issues...
Restylane can be dissolved even years after it is injected. See a doctor who is experience with under eye fillers as well as hyaluronidase injections.