Every time I get Juvederm, I develop a little bump, like a bug bite. Is there any way to avoid this?
Why Does Juvederm Leave a Bump After the Injections?
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Avoid Juvederm bumps with good technique.
It is not the Juvederm that causes the bumps, It's how it is being injected. You need a doctor with a good eye and excellent technique.
A slight bump after Juvederm is normal
When dermal fillers are injected the material expands the surrounding tissue. This is normal, and may cause some raising of the skin surface.
Over a few days this subsides to a flatter surface, while maintaining the cosmetic improvements for the life of the filler. The duration of the filling effect will vary with the type, location, and volume of filler used.
Juvederm Should Not Leave Lumps or Bumps
Injecting filling agents such as Juvederm or Restylane is very much technique- and physician-dependent. In other words, the doctor must know what he or she is doing, and many do not.
When you inject Juvederm, if it is too deep, it is absorbed by underlying tissues and does not specifically fill the wrinkle. But if you inject too superficially or too close to the surface, you can end up with lumps. Generally, these will go away within a week, but for persistent lumps, you may need to undergo additional injections with an enzyme named hyaluronidase to dissolve the filler material.
Choose your injecting doctor carefully. Make sure he or she is board certified in dermatology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, head and neck surgery or oculoplastic surgery.
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It's the filler (the injector), not the filler (the product)
Technique is critical when injecting fillers. The injection of the product should stop about 1 mm before the needle is removed, otherwise product will be injected too superficially as the needle is withdrawn, creating those little bumps.
Any bumps that are present during the injection session should be massaged out before you leave. Fortunately, over the first day or two, the product absorbs some water from under the skin, and the bumps resolve.
Remember, it's the filler, not the filler. Good luck with your next treatment.
Avoid Juvederm bumps with a good injector!
It can be that there is minimal swelling after your treament. Juvederm is actually still soft after it is under the dermis for the first 24 hours, so you can use massage to the site to flatten out any lumps. For future treatments, do make sure that the provider is experienced in the placement and tecnique of the product.
Lump after Juvederm injection, how to avoid this?
Juvederm and Restylane are meant to be injected within the layers of the skin and as such can cause localized lumps and bumps if not massaged smooth following the injections. perhaps ypu could ask the MD that does the injections to either inject the Juvederm deeper and/or massage the injected area smooth immediately after the injections.
Juvederm and bumps
Thank you for your question. Sometimes you can have a tiny bump from either a swelling around the area that was injected, a tiny bruise under the skin or a deposition of juvederm under the skin. Swelling should subside in 2 weeks at the most along with a bruise. Juvederm can be smoothed out with the injector massaging the area right after treatment. In every case your final result does not have to have any lumps!
Best of luck,
Juvederm Bumps Related to Type, Area, Depth and the Injector
There are several reasons why lumpiness can occur following any filler injection. A lot depends on the site of injection and the depth where the filler is placed . When injections are done more superficially the technique is to constantly move the needle moving around rather than place the filler in just one spot. Juvederm comes in four types and each is used for a specific reason and location. Juvederm Voluma is great for deep injections like the cheekbone where as Juvederm XC is fine for the smile line or marionette folds. Juvederm Ultra XC is really more for lips but can be placed elsewhere. Volbella XC is meant for the most superficial injection in the dermis. Lump or bumps from Juvederm can be treated easily with a hyaluronidase injection which will definitely soften the area. If you are concerned about it remember the bump will eventually go away, however, if it is visible I suggest you contact the practitioner and ask for further advice.
Bump after Juvederm Injection
When dermal fillers are injected under the skin, the material expands the surrounding tissue sometimes causing a little bit of a bump. This should be either massaged out by your physician or most often resolves on its own over a few days after the treatment. If it persists, you may need a small amount of dissolver to reduce the bump. Hope this helps!
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