I had dermal filler HA 2 days ago to naso labial fold. (photo)
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Bruising After Filler
Thank you for your question. From your photo this appears to be normal bruising. It is common to have bruising and swelling after injections. It can typically take up to 2 weeks to resolve. I recommend contacting your treating physician if you have any concerns.
Bruising after filler
This looks like normal bruise and swelling after Juvederm injection rather than a vascular occlusion. It should resolve within a few days and does not warrant reversal.
Juvederm side effect
It looks like a normal bruise after an injection. It should go away within a few days. Verify with your injector if any concerns or not happy with result after 2 weeks.
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It appears to be a bruise which is not uncommon after filler treatments. You may consider taking the supplement Arnica to help it fade faster. If you are still concerned, return to your injector for an evaluation.
Post filler bruise
This looks like a normal bruise after filler injection. Both swelling and bruising are to be expected after injectable treatment. This bruise should resolve in the next few days. If you would like to expedite resolution, a vascular laser could be used to help with the bruise. Otherwise, nothing to worry about. The bruise will resolve on its own.
This looks more like normal bruising. I would recommend following up with your injector for a physical exam if you have further concerns.
Lump after filler for nasolabial folds
Thanks for your question, and the the attached photo. I think this likely represents an area of bruising, which is normal in the days following an HA filler treatment. If this area should expand, darken, or become painful, then I would be more concerned. I hope you have a good enoughrelationship with your physician injector that you can go back to them to have an area like this evaluated and have your fears reassured. Best of luck to you!
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