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Ok so I am 20 years old and about 10 months ago i decided to get lip injections. I chose restylane for this procedure but it has STILL not gone away. Is is gaurenteed that it will eventually ALL go away and that my lips will return back to how they naturally were? I am not completley satisfied with the results. Below my lip I see a little bump under my skin and I feel that the Restylane has formed this bump. My dermatologist informed me that sometime your natural collagen can be stimulated from lip injections. This concerns because i do feel self conscious and my smile has never been the same. I just want to know the FACTS.
will ALL of the Retsylane go away?
If not, can it be surgically removed?
Is Restylane mobile? Is it normal that it has moved below my lip?
Also i feel that it is thicker in certain areas of my lip, will it take longer for the thicker areas of Restylane to go away leaving my lips lopsided?
this has really been stressful for me and i would REALLY appreciate a reply to my question and concerns.
Have your doctor give you a kennalog (sp?) injection. The stuff is amazing. I had a terrible keloid scar on my forehead......I really thought I was doomed to look like a monster for the rest of my life..
My PS gave me a few kennalog injections and laser. You don't need the laser, but the kennolog is amazing.
In my avatar you can see there's no scar left at all.
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