Dear dr Lam,
I would would like to ask you a few questions concerning my treatment with a permanent filler (ISP/PMS; Implantible Silicone Polymer and Purified Medical-grade Silicone) for my acne scarring five months ago.
The treatment was without much positive result. Most of the dimples are still there and and they are now accompanied by little lumps surrounding them, overcompensation.
I mean, on spots where there wern't any lumps before.
Also when I laugh I feel tension on some some treated areas. My idea is that the filler is brought in to closely under the skins surface.
My attending doctor says there is not much he can do about it. (This clinic said to be one of the best in my country)
If I would have known the end result would be like this I would have never done it.
I would like to know if there is a possible way to treat my case. For both the dimples (tissue loss) as well as the lumps (overcompensation).
I would like to send you some photos.