Juvederm® VOLUMA XC
Introducing Juvederm VOLUMA XC! We are proud to be amongst the first to carry this revolutionary new product! It is the first and only filler that is FDA-approved for deep injection in the cheek area! Why is this so exciting? It is the ideal product for correcting age-related facial volume loss of the cheeks.
Juvederm Voluma instantly adds volume where age and gravity have depleted your face. When you lose volume in your cheeks, you can see flatter cheeks and sagging of skin at your jawline. By adding filler to your cheeks, you restore a more youthful look, appearance, and profile! Results are dramatic, yet natural! Product metabolism varies from patients to patients but studies have shown Voluma works for up to two years! For patients 21 years and older.
TWO great products:
Juvederm is ideal for correction of moderate to severe wrinkles and folds around the nose and mouth – the parenthesis lines.
Juvederm VOLUMA, however, is perfect for volumizing the cheeks!
Juvederm VOLUMA is made with a proprietary VYCROSSÔ technology. The result is the smoothest and most consistent gel filler. In addition, Voluma is formulated with lidocaine (numbing medication) to increase your comfort.
WHEN WILL I SEE RESULTS?
Immediately. You may also see some additional swelling due to the injections for the first 2-3 days.
HOW LONG WILL RESULTS LAST?
Juvederm Voluma has been clinically proven to last up to two years with optimal correction and treatment of facial volume.
Discomfort is minimal to moderate. May use numbing cream, local anesthetic injections, or ice packs with treatment. Many of the fillers also come mixed with numbing medication (lidocaine) for enhanced patient comfort.
As needed or 24 months.
MEDICATIONS TO AVOID
Discuss with us and your primary physician your exact medication list prior to stopping, but typically avoid for 3-5 days prior to your treatment your blood thinners (such as aspirin, ibuprofen, alcohol, omegas, flaxseed oil, fish oil, vitamin D3, and vitamin E).
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS
Localized redness, tenderness, swelling; firmness, bumps; discoloration, bruising; very rare possibility of infection.