Amazing result from Voluma & Botox in chin; I have a pulling sensation when lying down. Is that normal? (Photos)
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Botox and Juvéderm in the chin
These injectables can really make a difference in the chin are. It's very normal for there to be a "settling in" period. I usually suggest waiting 2 weeks before re-evaluating for the final result.
Side effecs of Botox
It is not unusual for this to occur after a couple of days but give it time and it will be fine
Tightness after Botox
Thank you for your question autumnlove. I am sorry to hear about your situation. Botox is a purified protein used to address wrinkles associated with facial expressions. It can be used in the lower face to address dimpling in the chin. I tell my patients that the area may feel strange for up to two weeks after the treatment. Such feelings normally resolve after this time. Patience is important. Please consult with a doctor for specific recommendations. Good luck!
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Botox and Juvederm in chin
The sensation you are describing is a common one and should resolve in a few weeks. Best, Dr. Green
Thank you for your question. The sensation is normal after the filler is injected and the Botox settles in. By 2 weeks the sensation should subside. Best, Dr. Fazilat.
Abnormal Sensation After Procedures
Our faces are very sensitive to even subtle changes. While your pulling sensation when laying down may feeel quite odd, we hear of such things all the time. This will no doubt resolve over time.
Pulling Sensation post Chin Augmentation
This "pulling sensation" should decrease in the next couple of weeks. Try lying on your back instead of your right side. Best wishes.
Knowing What's Normal with Botox
This should resolve in a few weeks and can be common post treatment. If you're concerned, I recommend contacting your doctor after the holiday. Best, Dr. Emer
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