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Injection to Remove Juvederm
I get Juvederm once a year...This time, my Doctor had some left over so he put it under my eyes!! One eye is fine, but the other had a light blue elongated bump. I called and they said to come in and he would inject more to "even" it....I don't want that...Isn't there an injection that will either neutralize or "melt" the Juvederm? I don't want to take a chance that it will be worse....Love it in other areas, though.
The enzyme is called hyaluronidase and I use it all the time, especially under the eyes. It dissolves the juvederm within one day. You can even use it (if the doctor is experienced) to dissolve just a bit of the juvederm and leave the desired effect of fillng the tear troughs.
Anyone who is injecting Juvederm these days under the eyes should know how to use hyaluronidase.
hope that helps
Yes it is HYALURONIDASE injection. That MUST be done by a very experienced injector.It may take a few visits over the course of a month. And it is expensive, I charge $800 ist visit than $600 each follow/up. Ask or find one by asking if they have done it before! From MIAMI Dr. Darryl J. Blinski, 305 598 0091
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