This is because when the filler migrates, it only does so very slightly (within a few millimeters) and rarely causes medical complications. You can detect the migration of the filling, as it can give that duck or “shelf” appearance above the lip edge. In areas such as the lacrimal canal, migration can be seen as small bumps and ridges around the lower eye area. Take a look at the image below which will identify what the migration of the filler on the lips looks like.
The Juvederm migration is exactly what it seems. In rare cases, facial fillers such as Juvederm may migrate to another site on the face a few days after the injection. This occurs when the filler moves before it has fully adhered to the facial tissue. That's why it's so important to research and only go with fully insured and licensed professionals with a proven track record in fillers and aesthetics.
Some professionals believe that due to the way the mouth is constantly contracting, this can lead to migration of the filling over time. Nor will they be pressured to carry out potentially dangerous procedures in which total or partial dissolution would be safer and, in the end, would achieve a much better result for you without the risk of further migration of the fill. Unfortunately, in today's industry, it is known that some dermal fillers used, either due to the cost of the injector, therefore, higher profit margins or brand advertising, cause some problems for months or years after treatment. The lips may develop a “beak” or mustache appearance above the upper lip or experience abnormal thickening due to the filler sitting in the wrong area that restricts natural movement.
By choosing to use someone who is, you will drastically reduce your chances of your fillers migrating somewhere else. In the case of lips, if too much product has been placed, the filling will have nowhere to go except outside the lip edge. Don't hesitate to ask your doctor what fillers you use, as the results and effects can vary dramatically from one to the other. Hyaluronidase occurs naturally in the body and this is why lip fillers eventually dissolve on their own.
However, as discussed above, improper administration of lip fillers can actually result in a period of pain, discomfort, loss of confidence and inconvenience for those who are unlucky enough to be affected. While migration is mostly spoken in terms of lip fillers, migration can also occur anywhere the filler is injected. Brown also advises those who wear tight-fitting masks for long periods of time, such as healthcare workers, to only wear a facial filler when they have considerable time away from work. First of all, migration can occur if a customer does the filling by an injector who has no experience and does not know the structure of the skin.
Even in the extremely rare case that your fillers migrate, there will be no serious consequences.