Under Eye Filler and problems
Please consult a board certified dermatologist with experience with cosmetic injections to have Vitrase injected to dissolve the product. You should look into Belotero as well for that delicate under eye area. Best, Dr. Green
I would definitely seek a second opinion from a Doctor Who can inject Hyaluronidase, have everything reversed, and then start over.
Dr David Mueller
Tear trough swelling
It is rather common complication after injection with husky robin acid filler in this region. It is not a real overfill but rather a complication of the product itself.
Why it seems more common with juvederm, all hialuronic acid products may have this same problem.
An option that I frequently adopt in my practice is to dissolve the visible swelling with minimal amount of hyaluronidase.
A second treatment can be performed switching from hialuronic acid to radiesse that is not hydrophilic.
Swelling from juvederm injected in the tear trough region
I am sorry to hear about your situation. Juvederm is not the best product to use in this area on account of the amount of swelling that it can produce. Although you have not provided photographs for us to evaluate, it does sound as if hyaluronidase injection is your best option. If your injector is not willing to provide this, I would seek another opinion. Best of luck.
Need another physician for your tear troughs
It's obvious that this physician is not experienced in this area. First they injected Juvederm. This is not the right filler for this area. It absorbs too much water and leaves prolonged swelling. Also, it appears she is not comfortable with hyaluronidase. Go to another physician and get it dissolved with hyaluronidase and get reinjected with Restylane after the Juvederm is completely removed. Always use cannulas for this area.
Juvederm for the tear trough
Juvederm is an HA filler and is able to be reversed. I would seek a second opinion if you are unhappy with previous fillers and have already followed up with the injector. Good luck!