The Juvederm migration is exactly what it sounds like. 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. Although filler migration is very rare, its likelihood increases when fillers are performed by an inexperienced or poorly qualified injector.
With the increasing popularity of facial fillers over the past decade, there have never been more clinics offering cosmetic injectables; however, this has led to a large number of undertrained and unprofessional professionals performing injections. Filler migration will not always be the result of a bad practitioner. Refill migration can also occur when the customer does not follow the correct post-treatment procedures. Once you have received your lip fillers, your professional should always give you aftercare advice that is so essential that you follow.
You need to make sure you're playing your part by allowing your lips to fully heal by taking proper precautions. It can detect the migration of the filling, as it can give that duck or “shelf” appearance above the edge of the lip. In areas such as the tear canal, migration can be seen as small bumps and ridges around the lower area of the eye. Take a look at the following image that will identify what the migration of the filler looks like on the lips.