I think under my left eye was overfilled csusing it to push down a crease. Will this go when filler dissipates?

Small lumps and crease under eye 3 months after juvederm

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Eye Overfilled with Juvederm

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Thank you for your question. It sounds like your tear trough area may have been overfilled. Juvederm is not good filler for this area as it attracts a lot of water and is too thick of filler. You have the option to dissolve the filler with an enzyme known as hyaluronidase and having it filled again with different filler, such as Restylane. Restylane is good filler for the tear troughs as it is thinner filler and does not attract a lot of water. I recommend returning to your injector for evaluation and treatment. Best of Luck!



Summit Emergency Medicine Physician

Eye Overfilled with Juvederm

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I don't particularly like Juvederm for the under eye area since it tends to overfill.  As the product dissolves, the crease should resolve.  I prefer Restylane and Belotero for the delicate under eye area.  Please consult an expert.  Best, Dr. Green

I think under my left eye was overfilled causing it to push down a crease. Will this go when filler dissipates?

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Hello Northern Lady,

If you tear trough was over filled and created a new crease, this would be expected to improve as the filler goes away.  If the new crease is bothering you then you can also inject hyaluronidase which will dissolve the product and remove the crease.  You could then receive more filler to give you more of the result you wanted.  

I hope this helps and good luck.  

William Marshall Guy, MD
The Woodlands Facial Plastic Surgeon
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