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hyaluronidase dissolving native tissue?

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hyaluronidase dissolving native tissue?

Postby jfknight » Fri Feb 17, 2017 2:49 pm

I have been going through a Juvederm nightmare. I had it under my eyes since I have genetic dark circles. I've had other filler for cheeks and nasolabial folds with good results so I got cocky and had this done. Never did anything else to the eye area before and would give anything to go back and undo this decision. I've had 5 rounds of hyaluronidase which has made the puffiness go down so I look more normal when I smile. However I now think I have a small indentation and grayish skin. I was able to get rid of the puffiness mostly after the first 4 and it was looking better but still had Tyndall that was more obvious once the puffiness was gone. 10 days ago I went for more hyaluronidase and now I look worse. I've heard the horror stories of native tissue going but since I wasn't experiencing it any other time, I thought I would be okay. Do any of you have experience with this? I've heard some people say this is just a temporary thing and others say that they never got any better. I'm lost on what to do.
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