Could an injection of hyaluronidase have an adverse reaction?
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Restylane unde the eyes an adverse reaction
Restylane is a great injection for nasolabial lines, smiles lines, lips, and other areas of the face. However, when too much product is injected or injected improperly the results can be just as you described. I would consult a board certified dermatologist about injecting Hyaluronidase into the area and how to best help you. Belotero may be a better option for you since it is a finer product and can lend itself better to that area.
Is hyaluronidase risky?
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Side-effects of Hyaluronidase?
Any and all procedures and decisions have beneficial effects, complications and side-effects. You seem to be disappointed with the appearance of Restylane injection after 4 months and this may be due to the artful skills and technique used of the injector or it may be due to the resistance in your tissues creating thickening or lumps or shadows and highlights you did not desire. Bruising, swelling, hematoma, puffiness, lumpiness are all expected side-effects of any injectible.
So too, can hyaluronidase, an enzyme to dissolve the Hyaluronic Acid filler cause side-effects. These include too much or too little dissolution of the Restylane and not necessarily leave an even and smooth effect, swelling, bruising, allergic response and others.
Depending on the dilution of hyaluronidase used, you will see the speed and amount of dissolving HA occur. Figure it will take 1 day to 1 week to see the optimal effects of this enzyme.
Restylane duration is approximately 6-8 months; so you may wish to wait the length of time it takes for the body to break it down too.
I hope this was helpful, All the best!
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