I had juvederm a month back, and overall I'm satisfied with the results-however, I had the doctor inject a little bit in one of my checks, and now I have a bit of the "chipmunk" look.
I understand there is a substance to disolve juvederm, and that it disolves the hyaluronic acid. Does it also disolve your own hyaluronic acid, too? And if it does, does it come back?
I saw a dermatalogist about it and he said he wouldn't inject me because he doesn't know at what depth the other dx used. (The other dx is out of state, otherwise I would go back to her).