Thank you for sharing your question. The Tyndall effect is very unusual with Restylane. The filler usually fully dissolved within a year. There should be no hard spots. See an experienced eyelid specialist (Oculoplastic Surgeon) for comprehensive evaluation.
Restylane Results - Tyndall Effect
Tyndall effect occurring after one year is very unlikely, but if you have concerns I suggest seeking a board certified dermatologist for evaluation and treatment. This can be reversed with hyaluronidase. Best, Dr. Emer
Tyndall Effect After Restylane
After one year there shouldn't be much filler left. Especially, if you had it dissolved with Hyaluronidase. That's assuming you had it dissolved correctly, though. At this point I would recommend following up with an actual physician with experience in fillers and their complications and not a nurse. Best wishes.
Tyndall effect is usually an area of relative fullness which is soft with mild bluish discoloration. It does not relate to a firm area.
Presence of material and the Tyndall effect after one year is highly unlikely. there may be some reaction to the area that was injected forming a granuloma and I suggest you consult an oculoplastic surgeon to see what is really going on
Thank you for your question. Is rather difficult to comment on your question without seeing you in person however Filler that is still causing problems or producing a Tyndall affect one year is somewhat problematic. My advice to you just to see your board-certified surgeon to properly assess you and correct this problem.