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can you upload a picture of what you are wanting to treat?
Sounds like you are going to require surgery to remove the remaining filler.
I suggest you consult with an experienced facial plastic surgeon.
That being said, given what you have posted, you might be better off just living with what you have now instead of going under the knife and risking an even more unacceptable cosmetic final outcome.
Does this make sense to you?
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Let me go over your questions in order:
1. Yes. Surgery. More reversal injection will most likely not work either.
2. No....as you have already found out.
3. Yes. It has to be in contact with the filler to work.
4. I do not think the reversal agent will work at all...that is why surgery is the best way to go -- with risks involved as discussed above.
I hope this has addressed your concerns.
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