Dr Tim Pearce discusses
Dr Tim Pearce discusses how to manage oedema administering after tear trough filler.
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Hi. Thank you for your video!
question...Is there any chance that you can move your filler down and make the bags/puffiness worse when you do the massage?
When you do this is the filler moving down too?
I have a patient that has developed edema one month after having Volbella injected in the tear trough area to camouflage his bags. Patient had 0.2 cc under each eye succeeded making the patient happy. He is upset that he has swelling one month later does not want Hylenex injected will try the massage. Thank you for the time you take in doing the videos!
Hi over the last 2 years I've been removing my under eye fillers. I did laxer on the upper and lower eyelids. Proceedure was extremely painful and not very successful. I waited 4 months before I refilled below my eyes. Immediately they bruised extremely bad. They were bruised and swollen for more than a week. Tomorrow is 2 weeks and now I have 2 massive large lumps directly below the eyes. I'm so stressed about this, I look actually worse now. The doctor I go too comes to Dubai once a month so now I have to wait for him to return. In the meantime what can I do to help with the weird puffy lumps. ???
most annoying video - you keep moving around and the camera is shaking the whole time!!!
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This girl is so pretty naturally
This girls face is so cute before and after. She did not need to get rid of her dimple lines. I like the dimple lines. They add character to her cute face.
I had a look at the before and after pictures and I did not notice any difference in the woman's face from before her injection and after she had her injection. I feel that Restylane Refyne had no effect on this ladies face.
My concern is you didn’t inject deeply enough. In my experience w Restylane is migrates when injected too superficially. Usually migrates down. Showing AFTER right after is not fair. Show in a week
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A 22-year-old man had Restylane injections under his eyes to reduce deep tear troughs 23 days prior. He thinks his under eye area looks worse now, and there is still bruising/discoloration around the injection sites. He said that prior to treatment, his eyes looked bad in certain lightings, but now he thinks the look bad in all circumstances. His doctor injected a half a syringe of Restylane, and now wants to correct with the whole syringe. He asks if it can get worse with additional Restylane, and if he can get surgery done after this treatment.
New York Oculofacial plastic surgeon Amiya Prasad, MD reviews his photo and his concern in this video, explaining what happens in Restylane treatment, the right age for treatment, and what can be done now to treat his condition:
1:51 - Dr. Prasad’s background training, and his specialization of rejuvenation around the eyes, from surgery, cosmetic fillers, and regenerative medicine
2:34 - If the fluid under the eyes appeared after the treatment, then he would not advise additional Restylane treatment
3:11 - How Restylane injections in the tear troughs usually doesn’t cause swelling under the eyes, so the fluid at the cheekbone may have been there prior to treatment, which is called malar edema
3:43 - If the swelling was caused by the Restylane, it may be because hyaluronic acid fillers are hydrophilic, which means it pulls fluid into the area
4:11 - How Dr. Prasad uses Restylane combined with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) for treating tear troughs, which is a delicate and artful procedure because eyelid skin is the thinnest in the body
4:55 - How Dr. Prasad sees cosmetic filler patients two weeks after the treatment because there is a settling period for the material
5:27 - How this man’s doctor may be more concerned about the hollow part of the eyes rather than the swelling
5:47 - How Dr. Prasad usually tries to dissuade people this man’s age from doing cosmetic filler treatment, as filler treatment does require regular maintenance, and temporary swelling and bruising are normal
6:32 - Why Dr. Prasad also cautions against surgery because it can cause more problems, and surgical treatment of tear troughs can be more problematic than filler treatment
7:05 - How swelling from cosmetic fillers can be treated by dissolving the filler with hyaluronidase
7:39 - How this man should speak with his doctor to go over the benefits of another syringe of filler, and also decide if ongoing treatment and maintenance of fillers is worth continuing at a young age
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My filler under my eyes is not completely gone after 2 rounds of Hyaluronidase... they look better but I'm scared that it has affected my skin. There is still alot of edema that wont go away as well ( so im thinking it isnt all dissolved yet). Should I wait it out or get another hyaluronidase treatment then follow up with skin treatments to fix the area for the skin laxity. I am 22. (Never had edema problems around my eyes. Also edema/ filler is asymmetrical because of poor/ inexperienced injection technique)
I had some filler under my eyes about 5 years ago. And i now have permanent swelling under both eyes which I did not have before. And slight fluid trapped under the eyes which raises the redness into bumps. If that makes sense? The dr that did the filler said this will be permanent and the on,y way I can get rid of it is with surgery. What can I do?
I heard of a permit filler to replace facal bone loss .. but can't remember the name , do you know of this??
I understand that it can dissolve on its own in around 6-12 months. When this happens, does it dissolve evenly? I just want to inject them once and was wondering if it will look bad later on, forcing me to continue getting them