Like other dermal fillers, Juvederm is injected into the skin of the face, jawline, and neck. Our talented doctor uses a fine needle to increase volume under the skin, resulting in the removal of fine lines, wrinkles, and skin laxity. Shaun Patel treats a 52-year-old patient with Juvederm filler injection into the lower part of the face using microcannula and needle techniques. 2 ml of Juvederm UltraPlus was injected to soften nasolabial folds and puppet lines and to re-volume the pre-jowl groove.
Juvéderm gel consists of hyaluronic acid, which is a natural substance that draws fluid to the injection site. It works to moisturize and add volume to the area, causing a filling effect that fills in wrinkles and lines. Results last at least six months after treatment. The cost of a Juvederm treatment may vary depending on your doctor's experience, geographical location, and the number of syringes used.
He uses most FDA-approved fillers on his patients in Miami, including Juvederm, Restylane, Voluma, Volbella, Sculptra, Radiesse, Restylane Lyft and Restylane Silk. As the name suggests, the main purpose of Juvederm Voluma XC is to add volume and, at the same time, provide smoothing effects. Before a treatment with Juvederm, talk to a medical professional about your goals and aesthetic expectations. Combination treatments with neuromodulators (Botox, Dysport) and dermal fillers (Juvederm, Voluma, Restylane, Sculptra) are excellent for addressing these signs of aging and rejuvenating the face.
Juvederm procedures are minimally invasive, so they are often performed on the same day of your appointment. More serious side effects are usually associated with unprofessional handling, such as inadvertent injection of Juvederm into a blood vessel.