Chipmunk Mouth After Juvederm Was Injected into my Nasal Labial Folds and into One Cheek

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I did it because I have lines around my mouth that...

I did it because I have lines around my mouth that are quite severe and I'm only in my early thirties.

The cons were the price 3 syringes for 1300 and the pain, which wasn't too bad due to the lidocane. If this swelling bumpy thing doesn't go away, then another potential con is that my face has been jacked up for 12 months.

The pro will be that if the swelling goes down and the lines around my mouth lessen, it will have been worth the hassle.

I had Juvederm injected into my nasal labial folds and into one cheek (her idea, not even sure why she did it) and now it looks uneven and bumpy on the cheek area around the mouth. Granted, I expect that there should be some swelling after such a procedure and it has only been a day, but the bumpy texture of my skin has me uneasy. I have noticed that some docs say to massage the injected area but the lady who did mine has told me not to touch my face for three days or have it massaged for up to a week. Are the bumps cause for concern? Further, the sides of my mouth are pouchy looking like I'm holding something in my mouth. Is this normal? I'm looking rather swollen and bizarre. I'm in my early thirties and she used three syringes on my lower face. I'm thinking she may have gone overboard but I'm not entirely sure.

It was a big rip off, I think. Three syringes for...

It was a big rip off, I think. Three syringes for lines around my mouth and I was 32. It migrated down and gave me jowls. Be careful who you let do this procedure. They need to be both skillful and trustworthy.
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I went to the nurse at the medspa where I had been getting peels.

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