Restylane injections may have bumps or bumps that appear after treatment, but go away within a couple of weeks. If the bumps don't resolve on their own within a month, your provider may use hyaluronidase to dissolve them. The good news is that yes, those annoying lumps of filling will disappear. It's actually quite rare for patients to experience irritation or lumps after the procedure, but if you do, you should expect them to dissipate after a few days.
At most, it can take 2 to 3 weeks to completely relieve them with limited downtime.
Restylaneinjections usually have bumps or bumps that appear after treatment, but go away within a couple of months. If the bumps don't resolve on their own in those months, your doctor may use hyaluronidase to dissolve them. That fact is not an impediment to obtaining this filler because it can be easily molded after the injection is applied.
Restylane has the added boost of being able to build on the face. The most common cause of lumps after a filler treatment is swelling and bruising caused by the injections themselves. These should naturally disappear within the first week. After you have received an injection of dermal filler, if you notice any lumps or bumps, you have the option of simply waiting for the filler to settle on its own, which usually takes a week or two.
Check with your provider to make sure the lump isn't a rare complication, such as an infection or vascular blockage; if it's clear, there's no need to worry, and the lump will usually resolve only in a week or two. Patients should recognize that injected fillers may be palpable for several months, however, only visible lumps or bumps are of concern. Restylane lasts about 6 to 9 months after dosing and is less likely to develop persistent swelling. If bumps or bumps appear after receiving an injection of dermal filler, the most common cause is swelling or bruising below the surface of the skin at the injection site, which can cause the area to appear irregular or lumpy.
Skin reactions or prolonged inflammation associated with Restylane injection are extremely rare (I, personally, have never seen it). If the lump is painful or has a firm consistency, this may mean that your body is having an allergic reaction to the filling, which can occur. Lumps or bumps can also occur in the filling if the person performing the injection (the injector) is inexperienced or uses an improper injection technique. Both Juvéderm and Restylane have the same hyaluronic acid filler, are FDA-approved, safe and effective, and usually cost around the same price.
Noticing a lump for the first time can be disconcerting, but it's important to remember that the lump is most likely harmless. If the normal swelling has gone away, but the lumps are still noticeable, visit your provider for a checkup. In the case where fat injections are used as dermal fillers, bumps or bumps may respond to hyaluronidase, but a corticosteroid injection is often required to effectively control them. Any bumps or bumps that appear after receiving an injection of a dermal filler using hyaluronic acid should be massaged with the injector after administering the injection, to disperse the filler and soften the skin.
Any lump or lump that doesn't go away on its own after a week or two or that doesn't respond to massage can be treated with hyaluronidase to dissolve the filler. Patients can be taught the correct technique for massaging the area around the injection site to disperse any filling lumps or lumps that were not present at the time of treatment. .