Cosmetic injectables are treatments that enhance and restore youthfulness with minimal or no downtime at all. These are rapid yet very effective treatments that can give you the look you desire without surgery. Advancements in the technology of injectables and fillers have greatly improved the effectiveness of these products. You can choose one, or combine to soften, smooth, fill, or tighten to improve appearance comfortably, safely, and without surgery.
Juvederm is a filler made up of hyaluronic acid. A substance naturally found in your body, hyaluronic acid absorbs water and acts like a cushioning agent, filling in the gaps. It also delivers nutrients, makes skin elastic, and helps retain moisture. When you have Juvederm injected into your skin, it fills in areas beneath the surface of your skin, leaving you with a smooth complexion.
Juvéderm Volbella XC contains hyaluronic acid mixed in a smooth gel that flows smoothly into your skin. It’s specially designed to augment lips and correct perioral lines, which are the fine lines and wrinkles around your mouth, including:
The hyaluronic acid gel restores volume at the injection area. As a result, it effectively plumps lips and diminishes fine lines and wrinkles, creating results that can last up to one year.*
As you age, you may notice that your cheeks have lost volume and definition. This change occurs as your skin loses tone and the cushioning layer of fat thins. Juvéderm Voluma XC was specially developed to treat this problem, which is called age-related midface volume loss.
When this injectable is placed into the cheek area, it restores a more youthful appearance by adding volume, providing lift, and improving the contour of your cheeks. Juvéderm Voluma XC produces natural-looking results that can last up to two years.*
Juvéderm Vollure XC is the first dermal filler to be FDA approved for the correction of moderate to severe wrinkles and folds, specifically nasolabial folds. Like all the Juvéderm products, it contains a long-lasting hyaluronic acid in a gel base, but in this injectable, the gel was created with the firmness needed to correct deep wrinkles and folds.
You may need a touch-up at one month for optimal results, but about 80% of people in a clinical trial were satisfied with the results at six months, and over two-thirds were still satisfied at 18 months.*
Juvéderm® XC targets moderate to severe wrinkles and folds, primarily parentheses lines or smile lines around your nose and mouth. When it’s injected, Juvéderm® XC adds enough volume to lift and diminish the wrinkles and give your skin’s surface a smoother appearance. The results you achieve may last up to one year.*
Yes. Juvederm helps to improve multiple areas of concern. Juvederm is beneficial for lifting and contouring your cheeks, filling in wrinkles, fine lines, and folds, plumping lips and smoothing vertical lip lines.
No. Prior to receiving Juvederm injections, a numbing cream with lidocaine is applied to the area being treated. Once the topical cream is applied, your areas of concern will react to the numbing agent, and help to reduce any discomfort you may experience.
You should start seeing an improvement in your skin almost instantly. Because you might have some swelling or redness in the area, it may take a couple days to see optimal results. Exactly how long Juvederm injections last, does, however, depend on the area you are having treated and the severity of your blemishes or wrinkles. Most patients report having smooth skin with Juvederm for 1-2 years.
Probably not. Appointments tend to last between 15-60 minutes, depending on whether you are having a same-day consultation. Your dedicated skincare expert will go over your expectations and needs, prior to injections.
*Individual Results May Vary
**The Patient and any other persons responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or treatment that is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted free, or reduced service, examination, or treatment.