Can too much non permanent filler make permanent changes in ones face?

Can too much of a non permanent filler make permanent changes in ones face. I think I got too much juvederm in chin area and looks uneven. I have very thin skin. Should it diminish in time? I am afraid of the hylauronase.(sp) Thank you.

I feel like this might be myth dispelling week!   Really no  – well maybe if a doctor or nurse really overdid it – sort of like overstretching a balloon.    Unevenness can often be fixed not just by hyaluronidase to reduce it, but also by adding a little more filler where there isn’t enough.    I really recommend going back to your doctor or nurse and showing him/her the problem and discussing it!!

Hope this helps, Dr. I

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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