Will filler dissolvent cause a watery looking pouch? (Photo)
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Board certified plastic surgeon
Filler Injections and Asymmetry
It appears as if your results have left you asymmetric and swollen. I would consult a board certified dermatologist to evaluate the area and see if more product needs to be dissolved. There are many non-surgical ways such as Thermage to tighten up the jowls and you would benefit from that procedure. Best, Dr. Green
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Will filler dissolvent cause a watery looking pouch?
The material that dissolves the filler should not leave a watery bag behind. It is designed simply dissolve the filler that had been injected. What you are seeing may be filler that remains that was not completely dissolved. If you had very bad bruising a small hematoma (blood collection) may have developed that is slowly dissolving or maybe blocked from dissolving and needs drainage.
What I would recommend is you follow up with your injector for an in person evaluation. If you have not been pleased with your service I would recommend you consult with a physician injector such as a facial plastic surgeon, plastic surgeon, dermatologist, or oculoplastic surgeon.
I hope this helps and good luck.
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